IfG in the news

25th May 2018
Dr Catherine Haddon, Senior Fellow, discusses reforming the House of Lords on the BBC's The Week in Parliament.
24th May 2018
Coverage of the IfG's 'The World's Biggest Quango: the first five years of NHS England' report, written in partnership with The King's Fund. 
24th May 2018
Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, is quoted in this article about the potential cost of customs after Brexit. 
23rd May 2018
The Guardian live coverage quotes Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, on the potential costs of customs declarations for UK business after Brexit. 
23rd May 2018
New Statesman article on the Grenfell inquiry. References findings from the IfG's public inquiries report. 
23rd May 2018
Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, discusses the potential costs of custom declarations for UK business after Brexit (listen from 30:04).
22nd May 2018
Evening Standard piece on gender balance in the civil service. Uses figures from the IfG's Whitehall Monitor. 
22nd May 2018
Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow, warns that the Prime Minister could inadvertently break up the Union if she ignores Scotland's demands on the EU Withdrawal Bill. 
22nd May 2018
The Mirror references the IfG's comment on why Andrew Tyrie can't be an independent regulator and take the Tory whip. 
22nd May 2018
The Sun quotes the IfG's comment on why Andrew Tyrie can't be an independent regulator and take the Tory whip. 
20th May 2018
Financial Times piece on the opening of the Grenfell inquiry. Quotes Marcus Shepheard, IfG Researcher. 
18th May 2018
Dr Hannah White appears on the Daily Politics to discuss the procedure for calling witnesses in front of parliamentary select committees.
18th May 2018
Dr Hannah White, IfG Director of Research, says that a formal summons to compel people before MPs remains an option of last resort, and carries with it serious risks if they are ignored.
17th May 2018
Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, is quoted in this Politico article about the new cross-government Brexit team. 
17th May 2018
Dr Hannah White, IfG Director of Research, is quoted in this article about MPs powers to compel witnesses to face committees.
17th May 2018
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, discusses the categories for contempt of Parliament in this New Statesman article. 
16th May 2018
Wall Street Journal article on how the rules of origin could complicate trade after Brexit. References findings from the IfG's Frictionless Trade report. 
16th May 2018
Article on the Scottish Parliament refusing to give consent to the EU Withdrawal Bill. Quotes Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow. 
15th May 2018
Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow, discusses the legislative consent motion vote in the Scottish Parliament and the devolution deadlock on the EU Withdrawal Bill. 
15th May 2018
Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow, says the Government might feel it has no alternative but to press ahead with the EU Withdrawal Bill without consent from the Scottish Parliament.
15th May 2018
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, writes that Amber Rudd’s decision to resign comes as no surprise, but the full picture of accountability for Windrush is much more complex. 
14th May 2018
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, writes about the parliamentary pile-up of Brexit legislation. 
11th May 2018
Maddy Thimont Jack appears on the BBC's The Week in Parliament to discuss the parliamentary progress of Brexit legislation (watch from 04:00). 
11th May 2018
Financial Times piece on Brexit preparations for the UK's container ports. Quotes findings from the IfG's report on implementing customs after Brexit. 
9th May 2018
New Statesman article on the Lords' vote on remaining in the Single Market. Quotes Dr Hannah White, IfG Director of Research. 

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