01 December 2017

Dr Emily Andrews tracks the state of key policies and legislation after the Chancellor's Budget. 

24 November 2017

Of the key issues to be covered in the EU withdrawal agreement, the gritty negotiation is happening on citizens’ rights. The UK is making all the concessions, and they may need to make more before sufficient progress is made, argues Joe Owen.

22 November 2017

In the Budget, the Chancellor gave money to Brexit, the NHS and housing. Bronwen Maddox looks at how the announcements stack up, saying he cannot afford to be this generous for long.

17 November 2017

Caroline Nokes says digital government is making progress. But the focus needs to be on getting standards applied more widely across government and the public sector, argues Lewis Lloyd.

16 November 2017

In the upcoming Budget, the Chancellor must address the potential loss of access to cheap European Investment Bank finance for vital infrastructure, argues Nick Davies.

16 November 2017

As the Chancellor Philip Hammond prepares to deliver the Budget on the 22 November, Dr Emily Andrews looks at how the Government's major legislation and policy priorities are shaping up.

15 November 2017

Michael Gove’s proposal of a new environment watchdog after Brexit will allay some fears but he needs to be clear about its remit if it is going to fill the 'governance gap', argues Jill Rutter.

15 November 2017

This May, metro mayors were elected in six English city-regions, but Yorkshire missed out on this latest wave of devolution. Jack Kellam and Akash Paun say that next time round, devolution in the county needs to take a step forward.

13 November 2017

The Chancellor may break the pay cap for more public sector workers in the upcoming Budget. But he shouldn’t channel money into wages at the expense of solving the real public service pressures, argues Dr Emily Andrews.

13 November 2017

The delayed EU Withdrawal Bill finally returns to the Commons this week. Jill Rutter argues that the Government needs to engage with Parliament properly if the timetable for scrutiny is not to be compressed further.

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