IfG in the news

15th August 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, discusses Jeremy Corbyn's plans to block a no deal Brexit and how it could work (listen from 51:50).
15th August 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, discusses Jeremy Corbyn's plans to block a no deal Brexit on BBC News. 
15th August 2019
Al Jazeera mentions the IfG's report of Parliament's role before 31 October in this article on Labour's plan to stop a no deal Brexit. 
14th August 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher, explains what options are available to MPs to try to stop a no-deal Brexit. 
14th August 2019
Bloomberg piece on how a possible early election could be called. Quotes Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher. 
13th August 2019
The Guardian quotes Jill Rutter's comment piece warning that the focus should not be on Dominic Cummings. 
12th August 2019
Bloomberg report on Parliament's options to stop a no-deal Brexit. Quotes Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher. 
12th August 2019
Coverage of the IfG's report on Parliament's role before the 31 October – the date the UK is set to leave the EU.
12th August 2019
The IfG warns that MPs will have far fewer opportunities to prevent no deal than they did in the run-up to the end of March this year.
12th August 2019
Coverage of the IfG's report on Parliament's role before the 31 October – the date the UK is set to leave the EU.
12th August 2019
The IfG's latest report warns MPs will have almost no way to prevent the government from pushing ahead with a no-deal Brexit when they return from their summer recess in September.
11th August 2019
CNN report on why the threat of no deal will not change the EU's mind over Brexit. Quotes Georgina Wright, IfG Senior Researcher.
11th August 2019
The IfG says MPs attempting to block a no-deal Brexit may have run out of time and options to prevent Britain leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October. 
11th August 2019
Coverage of the IfG's report on Parliament's role before the 31 October Brexit deadline. 
11th August 2019
Dr Gemma Tetlow, IfG Chief Economist, say Boris Johnson’s spending strategy doesn’t appear to be tackling underlying economic problems, such as Britain’s persistently weak productivity and an aging population.
9th August 2019
Dr Gemma Tetlow, IfG Chief Economist, discusses the prime minister's approach to public spending and tax. 
9th August 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, discusses the constitutional conventions around a vote of no confidence and the Fixed-term Parliaments Act (listen from 53:00).
9th August 2019
Huffington Post quotes the IfG's Dr Catherine Haddon and Maddy Thimont Jack in this article on what would happen if the prime minister loses a vote of no confidence. 
8th August 2019
 Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, says it is not clear under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act whether the prime minister must resign if he loses a vote of no confidence.
8th August 2019
Sarah Nickson, IfG Researcher, explains how the Queen was once dragged into politics in Australia in 1975.
8th August 2019
Huffington Post piece on how the UK has ended up with a default no-deal Brexit on 31 October. Quotes Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher. 
7th August 2019
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, says there is nothing in the Fixed-term Parliaments Act that requires a prime minister to resign on losing a vote of no confidence.
7th August 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher, says Britain is heading for a war of attrition between the government and Parliament with unpredictable consequences.
6th August 2019
Georgina Wright, IfG Senior Researcher, discusses the EU's negotiating strategy with the UK over Brexit. 
6th August 2019
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, says, technically, under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act, the prime minister is not required to resign if he loses a vote of confidence.

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