IfG in the news

19th September 2018
Bloomberg piece on how Brexit is taking up the Government's time. Mentions findings from the IfG's Parliamentary Monitor report. 
18th September 2018
The Times piece on leadership and political initiative. Mentions the IfG's findings on the cost of Brexit. 
17th September 2018
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, assesses the UK's readiness for delivering Brexit (listen from 04:30).
17th September 2018
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, discusses the findings from the IfG's Brexit: six months to go report (watch from 05:00). 
17th September 2018
Evening Standard piece on the IMF's assessment of the UK's economy after Brexit. References the IfG's Brexit: six months to go report.
17th September 2018
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, assesses the UK's readiness for a deal or no deal Brexit (listen from 1:33:30).
17th September 2018
The IfG's latest report warns that – deal or no deal – the Government is running short of time to implement a successful Brexit.
14th September 2018
Tim Durrant, IfG Senior Researcher, says that the Government's no deal Brexit papers have so far been very descriptive.
13th September 2018
Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, discusses some of the implications of a no deal Brexit on BBC Newsnight (watch from 16:00). 
13th September 2018
Evening Standard piece on Boris Johnson and financing infrastructure. References findings from the IfG's explainer on public procurement. 
13th September 2018
Coverage of the IfG's report on how to run the 2019 Spending Review. 
13th September 2018
The IfG's latest report urges the Treasury to ditch its dependency on “generalists” and to professionalise staff, even if it meant raising pay. 
13th September 2018
Coverage of the IfG's report on how to run the 2019 Spending Review.
10th September 2018
The IfG says the first technical notes on a no-deal Brexit warning of huge finance disruption were the least frightening.
7th September 2018
Dr Alice Lilly, IfG Senior Research, discusses how voting takes up Parliament's time (watch from 21:44). 
6th September 2018
The IfG's latest Brexit report argues that failure to secure a new agreement on policing and criminal justice will make it harder to extradite dangerous criminals from the UK.
6th September 2018
Article on proposed boundary changes. References findings from the IfG on civil service staff numbers. 
6th September 2018
Tim Durrant, IfG Senior Researcher, says the UK won’t be able to keep using the Euroepan Arrest Warrant after Brexit – and that any deal we do get will be inevitably less effective. 
5th September 2018
Coverage of the IfG's Parliamentary Monitor 2018.
3rd September 2018
Coverage of the IfG's Parliamentary Monitor 2018 report. 
3rd September 2018
Coverage of the IfG's Parliamentary Monitor 2018 report. 
3rd September 2018
Financial Times piece on Mark Carney's position as Governor of the Bank of England. Quotes Gemma Tetlow, IfG Chief Economist.
3rd September 2018
The Guardian blog on public trust in scientists and science communication. Quotes findings from the IfG's poll on trust in government. 
2nd September 2018
The Independent article on staff turnover in the Department for Exiting the European Union. References Jill Rutter's comment piece.  
2nd September 2018
The Guardian references findings from the IfG's Who's afraid of the ECJ? report in this article on the UK's environment watchdog after Brexit. 

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