Publications

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Published: 19th September 2016
New Institute for Government polling shows more people believe politicians try to make government work well than they did in 2014.
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How to cut spending while maintaining quality
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Published: 15th September 2016
Examining the options that the Government has for reducing spending while maintaining the quality of public services.
Authors: Julian McCrae
Universal Credit: From disaster to recovery?
Published: 6th September 2016
Analysing the failure and potential recovery of Universal Credit, the ambitious government project to simplify the welfare system by creating one single working-age benefit.
Published: 6th September 2016
Universal Credit: From disaster to recovery looked at the failure and potential recovery of Universal Credit. In this separate commentary, we look at the wider lessons for government projects.
Supporting learning to integrate services and improve outcomes
Published: 2nd August 2016
Providing much-needed clarity on what would help people involved in integrating public services locally to share experiences and improve outcomes on the ground. 
Insights on dealing with failure and turnaround from four critical areas of public service delivery
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Published: 27th July 2016
Analysing the experiences of four different organisations that endured serious failures, but managed to successfully return to providing good services for citizens.
Negotiating Brexit
Published: 19th July 2016
Exploring the two key sets of negotiations the UK must complete as part of its exit from the European Union.
Authors: Robyn Munro
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Published: 11th July 2016
Preparing for, negotiating and implementing Britain’s exit from the European Union will preoccupy Whitehall and government in the coming months and years.
Published: 6th July 2016
This table summarises five existing international trading models and sets out what they entail in several key areas. 
Published: 1st July 2016
Since Britain’s vote to leave the EU, the focus has been on the economic impact and the ensuing political turmoil. But a series of major government projects, urgent decisions and on-going policy priorities have been thrown into uncertainty.
Authors: Emma Norris

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