17 October 2017

As new plans for measuring ‘knowledge exchange’ between academia and business are announced, Tom Sasse argues the Government should also focus on how civil servants make use of academics.

16 October 2017

Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer and the Conservatives’ Ken Clarke both say that Parliament should reject a ‘no deal’ outcome on Brexit. Raphael Hogarth argues that this is an issue on which parliamentarians are less powerful than they might hope.

13 October 2017

Today’s publication of the interim national infrastructure assessment by the National Infrastructure Commission is welcome, but it is only the first step to improving the country’s infrastructure decision making, argues Daniel Slade.

13 October 2017

Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman spoke at the IfG about the challenges facing governments preparing for future wars. He argued that only way to be prepared is to be ready for the unexpected. Chris McNulty highlights the key points.

12 October 2017

David Davis and Michel Barnier agree that citizens’ rights should have “direct effect” after Brexit, but Raphael Hogarth argues that it is still far from clear that the UK has found a way to break the deadlock on enforcement.

10 October 2017

Headlines on public services pressures are piling up, and pre-Budget calls for more cash are beginning in earnest. Dr Emily Andrews says the Chancellor faces serious constraints – and that spending more money can't be the only answer.

10 October 2017

The new Brexit white papers are being interpreted by some as showing the Government is ready for no deal. But Joe Owen argues that they just underline how far from ready we are.

10 October 2017

Gavin Freeguard argues that the Prime Minister’s race disparity audit shows how data and transparency can help achieve political goals.

04 October 2017

While the policies announced in the Prime Minister's speech today present a coherent vision, they offer piecemeal answers to big problems, argues Bronwen Maddox.

28 September 2017

Theresa May’s Florence speech has given a new impetus to the Brexit talks. Jill Rutter looks at what we know after round four of the negotiations.

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