Publications

How confidence and supply agreements between minority governments and smaller parties work
Cover IfG Insight Confidence and Supply
Published: 9th June 2017
How can minority government be made to work effectively?
Authors: Akash Paun, Ashley Hibben
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. 
Authors: Julian McCrae
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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.
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How to cut spending while maintaining quality
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Published: 15th September 2016
What are the options for the Chancellor to cut spend & maintain quality public services? 
Authors: Julian McCrae
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.  
Authors: Dr Hannah White , Robyn Munro
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.
Authors: Robyn Munro, Dr Hannah White , Louise Borjes
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.

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