Monthly Archives: August 2017

By Denis James

With the right oversight and a balanced approach, defence engagement can help to deliver prosperity and increase private-sector involvement in…

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By Natalie Perera; Jon Andrews; Dr John Jerrim

On 24th August 2017, pupils received their GCSE results – which included the first set of results for English and…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

On 28 September 2017, the European Parliament Employment and Social Affairs Committee (EMPL) will vote on an initiative by Spanish…

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By Sir Michael Tugendhat

Conservative writers and politicians have been influential in the development of human rights in the UK for centuries. Sir Winston…

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By Duncan Sim

In Making Young Minds Matter: reshaping support services for young people in the new Parliament, ResPublica argues that the politics…

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By Clare McNeil; Carys Roberts; Charlotte Snelling

A new generation of young women is ready and willing to participate in politics. The UK general election in June…

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By Various Authors

For a number of years, New Zealand has topped the Legatum Prosperity Index™ largely in part due to its high…

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By Kevin Dowd

A new report from the Institute of Economic Affairs calls for unilateral free trade following Brexit, complemented by free trade…

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By Kyle Orton

A new report from The Henry Jackson Society, “The Forgotten Foreign Fighters: The PKK in Syria”, has highlighted the urgent…

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