Monthly Archives: September 2017

By Sir Philip Lowe

Brexit means the UK faces some hard choices between economics and sovereignty with regard to its future energy policy. Splitting…

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By John Bew; Gabriel Elefteriu

In Foreign Policy in the New Parliament, Policy Exchange stresses the vital role of Parliament in debates about Britain’s place…

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By Rebecca Johnes

The state of arts subjects in England’s schools has been a highly contested topic in recent years – with claims…

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By Luke Murphy; Darren Baxter

London’s housing market is increasingly unaffordable for those on low to middle incomes. While it has always been more expensive…

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By Joshua Emden; Hywel Lloyd

Energy prices are once again in the news, with manifesto commitments and potential government action being considered as some energy…

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By Lindsay Judge; Adam Corlett

In this, our 9th report for the Intergenerational Commission, we take on the hugely important topic of housing. We compare…

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By Kathryn Petrie

This report assesses how the current account market is performing for vulnerable consumers. Policy measures have typically focussed on the…

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By Various Authors

In this major new report, Policy Exchange provides a comprehensive analysis of the struggle against online extremism – the ’new…

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By Nicholas Finney

Strikes in the essential services are banned in most major Western economies – but not in the UK. With co-ordinated…

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