Monthly Archives: March 2018

By Joe Owen; Lewis Lloyd

The vote to leave the European Union (EU) is leaving a lasting impression on the shape and size of Whitehall.…

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By Nicholas Boys Smith; Danny Kruger

The tragic fire in Grenfell Tower on 14th June 2017 killed 71 people and saw 376 households from the Tower…

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By John Blake

High-quality textbooks and teaching methods are needed to ensure children from all backgrounds receive the rigorous education they deserve. According…

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By Dr Julia Rushchenko

Separating Islamist extremists from the rest of the prison population is the only viable solution to prevent the spread of…

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By Daniel Mahoney; Robert Colvile

On the eve of the Spring Statement, Philip Hammond finds himself in a much happier position than last time he…

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By Ian Bond

In foreign policy terms, Brexit has the potential to make the UK more autonomous but less influential, and the European…

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By John Twigg; Irina Mosel

Informal actors and organisations often play a large role in crisis response in urban areas, but are often ill-integrated (if…

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