IfG in the news

20th October 2017
The IfG's Nicholas Timmins is quoted in this Economist article on Universal Credit. 
20th October 2017
The IfG's Dr Emily Andrews is quoted in Public Finance on the latest Performance Tracker. 
19th October 2017
Coverage of the IfG's latest edition of Performance Tracker. 
19th October 2017
The IfG's latest Performance Tracker finds that plugging funding gaps in critical public services will cost £10 billion over the next five years without fixing deep-seated problems.
19th October 2017
Dr Alice Lilly writes in the Guardian about the IfG's latest edition of Performance Tracker.
18th October 2017
Express reports on Michel Barnier's briefing paper in the Brexit talks. References the IfG's chart on options for post-Brexit trade. 
18th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, reveals the results from the IfG's survey of some of the UK's 400-plus public bodies asking them how ready they felt for Brexit.
17th October 2017
The IfG calculated earlier this year that the Home Office would need up to 5,000 additional staff just to process EU residence applications if made under existing eligibility rules and levels of scrutiny
14th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, discusses Philip Hammond and Brexit. Listen from 20:57.
14th October 2017
Piece in the Guardian on disability in the civil service. References the IfG's latest Whitehall Monitor analysis on disabled civil servants.
13th October 2017
The IfG's Catherine Haddon appears on the Daily Politics discussing the new Board of Trade. 
13th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, discusses the lack of publication of the Brexit impact reports. Listen from 24:50. 
12th October 2017
Economist piece about how ready the Home Office is for Brexit. References the IfG's Whitehall Monitor FoI analysis. 
12th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, says that the civil service must hire some trade negotiators with directly relevant experience.
12th October 2017
The IfG says the Home Office alone could need 5,000 extra border staff if the UK fails to strike any deal at all.
11th October 2017
The IfG's Joe Owen features on the BBC's World at One discussing the preperations for a possible Brexit no deal.  Listen from 19:00 minutes in to the show. 
10th October 2017
Jill Rutter discusses the possibility of a no deal outcome on Brexit and suggests that a quick fix, like simply extending the Brexit deadline, could be a struggle because there are so many rules.
10th October 2017
Financial Times piece on preparations for customs after Brexit. Quotes comment piece by Joe Owen, IfG Senior Researcher. 
9th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, appears on BBC's Newsnight to discuss the possibility of no deal on Brexit and the difficulties of extending the Article 50 deadline. (15:10)
9th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, on what a no deal Brexit would mean for the UK. (2:15:00) 
6th October 2017
The IfG's new report Dispute resolution after Brexit is reported in the Mail Online. 
6th October 2017
Jill Rutter, IfG Brexit Programme Director, writes in The Times Red Box about the Brexit deadlock over the European Court of Justice. 
6th October 2017
The IfG's latest Brexit report finds that the UK only really has two ways to break the stalemate over the European Court of Justice: sign up to a European Free Trade Association-type court model, or come up with an innovative solution.
6th October 2017
Coverage of the IfG's report on dispute resolution after Brexit. 
2nd October 2017
The IfG's debate at Conservative conference 2017 on immigration after Brexit is reported

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