Think tanks need to improve outreach, change perceptions of the sector and adapt their recruitment to improve their diversity.
As the Conservative leadership election draws to a close and a new prime minister takes office, the IfG's team of experts follow the latest.
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The British royal family has wealth and receives income from several different sources, some with very long histories.
In the 2022 Queen’s Speech, the government laid out what it called a "Brexit bills bonanza".
Debate continues about whether the government has delivered ‘benefits of Brexit’.
The government risks its reforms being seen as a failure by some (if not all) of farmers, environmentalists, taxpayers and consumers.
The UK–EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement has a mechanism for settling disputes. But how does it work?
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