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Tullett Prebon's Strategy Insights research programme, under the direction of Dr Tim Morgan released its final publication on the 8th June 2013.

On these pages you will find an archive of all Strategy Insights reports, Strategy Notes, Occasional Papers and Tullett Prebon Research blog posts produced as part of this research programme.

10 May 13 Issue 44: What Happens Next
20 Feb 13 Issue 43: measuring the real cost of living - launching the Tullett Prebon UK essentials index
24 Aug 12 Issue 42: building a road to recovery? - why Britain must re-think housing policy
26 Jul 12 Issue 41: tail spin - why the British economy is nose-diving
11 Jun 12 Issue 40: here be monsters - the anatomy of the Eurozone debt disaster
14 May 12 Issue 39: blowing the whistle on UK 'austerity' - how Britain is using spin to con the bond markets
26 Apr 12 Issue 38: what's the big idea? - the imperative need for a new ideology
19 Apr 12 Issue 37: taxing times - time to simplify the world's most obtuse tax system
16 Mar 12 Issue 36: superbudgethitstherich(andisn'tallmendacious) - Mary Poppins economics and the fairness delusion
16 Feb 12 Issue 35: where angels fear to tread - the quest for real and responsible capitalism
15 Feb 12 Issue 34: how healthy? productivity and health-care reform
26 Jan 12 Issue 33: wrong questions give wrong answers - the need to re-think the British economy
04 Jan 12 Issue 32: the right time for a snap? - why David Cameron might call an election in 2012
21 Dec 11 Issue 31: deux hommes chauves se disputant un peign - there is no place for shadenfreude in troubled Europe
09 Dec 11 Issue 30: making your mind up - the implications of tackling British indecision
29 Nov 11 Issue 29: jam the day after tomorrow? - the autumn statement
28 Nov 11 Issue 28: handing it back - how to lift the tax burden on working people (The Reform Trilogy: Part Three)
23 Nov 11 Issue 27: where's the money? - how to fund tax cuts for working people (The Reform Trilogy: Part Two)
16 Nov 11 Issue 26: challenging the denial con-senus (The Reform Trilogy: Part One)
07 Oct 11 Issue 25: the sound of roosting chickens - a reality-check on the UK outlook
22 Aug 11 Issue 24: "I buy, therefore I am" - the economic meaning of the riots
26 May 11 Issue 23: no way out? why the British economy is in very deep trouble
05 Apr 11 Issue 22: Libyan lessons for Britain
22 Dec 10 Issue 21: bring me sunshine
14 Dec 10 Issue 20: in defence of clarity
03 Dec 10 Issue 19: the will of people? - why the real price of Eurozone bail-outs is political
23 Nov 10 Issue 18: in search of national efficiency
16 Nov 10 Issue 17: money is energy
26 Oct 10 Issue 16: this time IS different
21 Oct 10 Issue 15: the numbers game
07 Oct 10 Issue 14: mortgages - the case for restraint
28 Sep 10 Issue 13: wanted - a new left economics
20 Sep 10 Issue 12: storm in a spend-cut
12 Aug 10 Issue 11: a very british honeymoon
06 Jul 10 Issue 10: towards the new normal
23 Jun 10 Issue nine: avoiding waterloo
15 Jun 10 Issue eight: exponential debt
11 Jun 10 Issue seven: time for action - not words
12 May 10 Issue six: out of control
07 May 10 Issue five: questions, when answers were vital
05 May 10 Issue four: back to the seventies?
16 Apr 10 Issue three: the high price of envy
26 Mar 10 Issue two: don't you know there's a (deficit) war on?
18 Mar 10 Issue one: the Dick Turpin generation: an examination of 'generational theft'
10 May 13 What happens next to the global economy
25 Apr 13 Unsteady as she goes the back-story to flat GDP
18 Apr 13 Revenge of the bottom-scourers
09 Apr 13 Margaret Thatcher and the importance of belief
08 Apr 13 The Japanese gamble rising sun or sunset strip
02 Apr 13 Living on tick some stark warnings
21 Mar 13 Stimulus and risk why the Keynesian borrowers are wrong
20 Mar 13 The budget too little too
19 Mar 13 The budget smoke, mirrors and plus ça change
19 Mar 13 Prices of essentials rose 3.1 in February 2013
18 Mar 13 When states steal
12 Mar 13 Why the bishops should render unto Caesar
01 Mar 13 Whither the Conservatives When continuity politics is simply not enough
25 Feb 13 Waning faith and credit
20 Feb 13 The big squeeze retail, the economy and the surging cost of essentials
14 Feb 13 The menace of the Vampire Squid
04 Feb 13 Jeremy and Jeremiah reactions to Perfect Storm
21 Jan 13 Perfect Storm report now live
11 Jan 13 Dont they get it
20 Dec 12 The economy at the cliff-edge our new report
10 Dec 12 The gift that keeps on taking Germany and the euro
05 Dec 12 A real Autumn Statement, part 1 lemmings in denial
23 Nov 12 Hot air
14 Nov 12 George and the black hole
01 Nov 12 Is globalisation the culprit The real story behind the slump
26 Oct 12 About time why the clocks should not go back
25 Oct 12 Back to black
10 Oct 12 Is Britain facing the Armageddon reckoning
09 Oct 12 The IMF and the Emperors new clothes
02 Oct 12 Way off Target settlement imbalances in the Eurozone
28 Sep 12 Spain in the eye of the storm
25 Sep 12 Cable gets the point
18 Sep 12 Who benefits
17 Sep 12 Education the neglected second purpose
05 Sep 12 The Tullett Prebon UK Economic and Fiscal Database 2012
28 Aug 12 Of mice and men
24 Aug 12 Less bad, but still grim
24 Aug 12 Betting the house
21 Aug 12 The Treasury loses its trousers as the public finances slump
17 Aug 12 The Assange fiasco why heads should roll
06 Aug 12 The long-run causes of the Great Immoderation (1)
02 Aug 12 Database 2012 contributing to the Transparency Agenda
26 Jul 12 Why the British economy is nose-diving
25 Jul 12 GDP time travel and little green men
20 Jul 12 Divide (the deficit) and prosper
18 Jul 12 The generation game
01 Jul 12 Of pots, kettles and the tax on Carrs
21 Jun 12 The Grand Larceny of generational theft
12 Jun 12 Here be monsters the anatomy of the Eurozone debt disaster
08 Jun 12 CPS The ideology gap
06 Mar 12 Superbudgethitstherich
06 Mar 12 Welcome

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