IfG in the news

4th April 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, speaks to BBC News about how the main parties are dealing with Brexit.
3rd April 2019
The BBC features the IfG's chart on ministerial resignations under Theresa May compared to resignations under John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and David Cameron. 
3rd April 2019
Piece on how much of Parliament's time has been spent debating Brexit. Quotes Gavin Freeguard, IfG Programme Director. 
3rd April 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, co-writes a letter to The Times arguing that the notion of involving the Queen in vetoing a Brexit bill ought to be regarded as inconceivable.
3rd April 2019
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, appears on The Times podcast to discuss what the Prime Minister could have done differently to avoid the current Brexit deadlock.
3rd April 2019
Gavin Freeguard, IfG Programme Director, discusses the unprecedented rate of ministerial turnover in the current government on All Out Politics.
3rd April 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, talks through the risks of Theresa May's decision to reach out to the Labour leader in an attempt to resolve the Brexit deadlock.
3rd April 2019
Once admired as an exemplar of national stability, the UK is now a figure of fun, writes Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director. 
3rd April 2019
The Guardian features the IfG's chart on ministerial resignations under Theresa May compared to resignations under John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and David Cameron. 
3rd April 2019
According to the IfG's data, 30 ministers have quit under Theresa May – and there are currently 19 government vacancies waiting to be filled.
3rd April 2019
According to IfG, Theresa May has had more resignations than any other Prime Minister in the past four decades.
3rd April 2019
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, discusses the latest developments on Brexit, including the Prime Minister's move away from no deal. 
2nd April 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, on the options open to the Government and Parliament after MPs again failed to find a majority for a way forward on Brexit (listen from 51:00).
2nd April 2019
Georgina Wright, IfG Senior Researcher, says the key question for Number 10 will be whether to hold more indicative votes or go for another meaningful vote on the Prime Minister's deal.
2nd April 2019
Government in the UK has rarely appeared so indecisive or incapable of rising to the challenges it faces, writes Elliot Christensen, IfG Intern. 
2nd April 2019
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, says Mark Sedwill’s letter on what a no deal Brexit means would be an effort to make sure ministers have the full facts.
2nd April 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, talks to the BBC's Simon McCoy about whether the Prime Minister can ignore Parliament, no deal Brexit, the Irish backstop and the possibility of a general election. 
2nd April 2019
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director. says it was unlikely that Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill would have written to ministers about the risks of no deal without receiving the green light from the Prime Minister. 
2nd April 2019
Piece on the time spent in Parliament debating Brexit. Quotes Gavin Freeguard, IfG Programme Director. 
1st April 2019
The Times references the IfG's general election timeline in its piece on what is happening in Parliament this week. 
1st April 2019
The Financial Times highlights the IfG's charts on how MPs voted on the third meaningful vote and on the options in the indicative voting rounds.
1st April 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, says it will be interesting to see if Labour whips its MPs to vote in favour of the Common Market 2.0 option. 
1st April 2019
The Evening Standard references the IfG's indicative votes explainer. 
1st April 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, discusses the options that could be put forward in the second round of indicative votes on Brexit and the implications of a customs union. 

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