February 2012

Pensions World, 'Lib Dems move on higher rate tax relief', Ceri Jones, 29 February 2012

The Guardian, 'Postgrads - at last you're on the horizon', Harriet Swain, 28 February 2012

The Guardian, 'Nick Clegg vows amendments to health bill - but No 10 says it won't change', Juliette Jowit, Nick Watt and Denis Campbell, 28 February 2012

Total Politics, 'Nick Clegg's NHS letter is a hit with Lib Dems', Ben Duckworth, 27 February 2012

Coventry Telegraph, 'The benefits of employee share ownership', John Dormer, 27 February 2012

Sky News, 'What has the Bank of England really been targeting?', Ed Conway, 27 February 2012

The Guardian, 'Mary Portas's big plans for smalls', Vicky Frost, 25 February 2012

Telegraph Blogs, 'The Lib Dems are fighting the wrong battle over Andrew Lansley's health bill', Chris Nicholson, 24 February 2012

ConservativeHome, 'Building a Conservative majority: shock-and-awe tax cuts', Tim Montgomerie, 23 February 2012

Times Higher, 'Early student repayments a 'gift to the government'', Jack Grove, 23 February 2012

The Times, 'Be radical, George. Tax wealth, not income', Tim Montgomerie, 23 February 2012

The Times, 'Think tank proposes 'John Lewis' style schools for profit', Greg Hurst, 22 February 2012

Prospect Magazine, 'Winning the welfare war', Tim Leunig, 22 February 2012

The Sunday Times, 'Schools slump after teachers rebranded as 'progress leaders'', Jack Grimston, 19 February 2012

The Sunday Times, 'The key to creating jobs is firing people', Dominic Lawson, 19 February 2012

ConservativeHome, 'Including student migrants in the drive to cut immigration is harming economic growth', Chris Nicholson, 17 February 2012

Liberal Democrat Voice, 'Vince Cable right to abandon penalties on early student loan repayments', Tim Leunig, 17 February 2012


Press release | Government heeds CentreForum's call to abandon early repayment penalties | 16 February 2012


Channel 4 News, 'Student loan penalty likely to be ditched', 16 February 2012

BBC China, '學生提前償貸將不必因此受罰', 16 February 2012

Public Finance, 'U-turn likely on charges for early student loan repayments', Vivienne Russell, 16 February 2012

The Guardian, 'Student loans pay off charge scrapped, but debt-averse could still be penalised', Jessica Shepherd, 16 February 2012

Press Association, 'Student loan penalty plan 'ditched'', Sam Lister, 16 February 2012 [carried by the Independent among others]

New Statesman, 'The Tory-Lib Dem university battle isn't over yet', George Eaton, 16 February 2012

Spectator, Coffee House Blog: 'At least it won't go to penalties...', Peter Hoskin, 16 February 2012

BBC News, 'Student loan early repayment penalty 'abandoned'', 16 February 2012

Yellow Advertiser, 'Borough's schools in good state of health', 16 February 2012

BBC Radio 2, CentreForum's chief economist Tim Leunig talks to Jeremy Vine about quantitative easing, 10 February 2012 [starts 01:11:45 on iPlayer]

The Financial Times, 'Letter: The cost of expanding higher education is - zero', Tim Leunig and Neil Shepherd, 8 February 2012


Press release | Changing course on the Work Programme would be "a grave mistake", think tank warns | 7 February 2012


BBC Two, David Ruffley MP cites CentreForum report 'More than we bargained for: the social and economic costs of national wage bargaining' on the Daily Politics, 7 February 2012

The Stag, 'Student visa control causes devastation to private HE colleges', Jyoti Rambhai, 7 February 2012

The Beaver, 'LSE applications drop by 8.2 percent', Nona Buckley-Irvine, 7 February 2012

The Cambridge Student, 'HE colleges hit by immigration crackdown', Loughlin Sweeney, 2 February 2012

Liberal Democrat Voice, 'Opinion: 29 days to save the UK', Bill le Breton, 1 February 2012

BBC UK China, '英伦随笔:福利封顶道德吗?', 1 February 2012

The Guardian, Local Government Network - 'Live discussion: Will HS2 boost local economies?', 1 February 2012 (CentreForum chief economist Tim Leunig was on the panel)

The Guardian, Higher Education Network - 'Give students the right to switch university', Gill Wyness, 1 February 2012

Chemistry World, 'Profiting from privatisation', Quentin Maxwell-Jackson, 1 February 2012 [a shorter version of this article appeared in Ethos Journal on 16 February 2012]

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