The UK’s system of accountability isn’t keeping up with the realities of modern government.
Parliament’s ‘meaningful vote’ on the Brexit deal will be more than a yes-or-no choice.
All four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must go back to the drawing board to redefine their relationships.
While the EU27 are likely to remain united in their approach to the Brexit negotiations, it is essential for the UK to understand the differences in their views.
In the six government departments most affected by Brexit, preparations for leaving the EU will cost at least £400m in the 2017/18 financial year.
How competing needs and perspectives can be balanced to improve three vital aspects of infrastructure policy: time, quality and cost.
The turnover of ministers is impeding the Government's progress on Brexit, major projects and the challenges for public services.
The IfG provides opportunities for professional development for ministers, MPs and peers.
Ministers are hampering progress towards their own objective of increasing private investment in UK infrastructure at a good price.