- General Election 2017
- Performance Tracker
- Whitehall Monitor
- Parliament and the political process
- Better policy making
- Connecting Policy with Practice: People Powered Change
- Leadership for government
- New models of governance and public services
- Ministers Reflect
- A more effective Whitehall
How confidence and supply agreements between minority governments and smaller parties work
Published: 9th June 2017
How can minority government be made to work effectively?
Published: 23rd February 2017
The situation in Northern Ireland following the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Getting out of a spending jam
Published: 21st November 2016
The Government faces a huge spending challenge - this is the Chancellor's chance to show he's up to it.
Published: 19th September 2016
New Institute for Government polling shows more people believe politicians try to make government work well than they did in 2014.
How to cut spending while maintaining quality
Published: 15th September 2016
What are the options for the Chancellor to cut spend & maintain quality public services?
Published: 26th June 2016
The UK has voted to leave the European Union. The Institute for Government is looking at the political, parliamentary and constitutional implications for the country.
Published: 16th May 2016
This paper looks at the pressures the Government faces in Parliament, public services and spending.
Lessons from other European countries
Published: 10th March 2016
In this report, we look at how seven national parliaments across Europe – from countries inside and outside the EU – scrutinise EU legislation.
Published: 8th July 2015
Who can tell you what makes the difference between being a really effective member of a select committee and simply making up the numbers?
The impact of parliamentary committee inquiries on government
Published: 9th June 2015
The research in this report examines the relationship between select committee inquiries and their impact on government during the last parliament.