Monthly Archives: February 2018

By Anthony J. Evans

Conventional monetary policy has serious flaws and contributed to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Since then, emergency monetary policy has…

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By Najah Al-Otaibi

The British Government must extend and deepen its relationship with Gulf states in order to tackle the root causes of…

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By Dr Bastian Giegerich; Dr Christian Moelling

Defence and security can potentially be positive elements in the story of the British exit from the EU. Brexit will…

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By Lindsay Judge

In December 2017 we commissioned ComRes to survey 500 human resources decision makers in UK private sector firms that hire…

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By Matthew Whittaker

Standing at nearly £1.9 trillion, UK household debt remains a big issue. It is one that has very real and…

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By Meia Nouwens; Helena Legarda

During the 19th Party Congress in October 2017, China’s President Xi Jinping outlined a bold set of reforms designed to…

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By Frank Young

The Family Stability Network (FASTN) and Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) are jointly calling for new guidance on Relationships and…

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By Jo Hutchinson

Recent GCSE results have shown that on average, pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) outperformed children whose first…

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By Professor Malcolm Chalmers

This report looks at the implications of the UK government's decision to take the defence elements out of the National…

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