Working to make government more effective

James Kane


James joined the Institute in March 2020 as an associate working on trade policy.

He was previously a civil servant in the Cabinet Office trade secretariat. He joined the civil service in 2013 and worked in a number of EU and trade-focused roles in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; the Cabinet Office and on secondment to the European Commission. He was educated at Oxford and the College of Europe (Bruges).

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15 MAR 2022 Report

Agriculture after Brexit

The government risks its reforms being seen as a failure by some (if not all) of farmers, environmentalists, taxpayers and consumers.