Non-Graduate Routes into Law

One of my campaigns up in Parliament is promoting non-graduate routes into the professions. Law is a good example. Strengthening non-graduate routes would promote competition for the provision of high street legal services – such as conveyancing and probate – which would help cut the exorbitant price of such services for the consumer. But, it […]

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Unleashing the Great British Underdog

On Monday, I am publishing a new report with the Centre for Policy Studies called Unleashing the British Underdog – 10 Bets on the Little Guy. It is a mini-manifesto on social mobility, setting out a meritocratic rather than egalitarian vision of fairness. The report is trailed with an article I have written for the […]

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