Monthly Archives: November 2018

By Brendan Guy

Following the failure of the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP 15) in Copenhagen in 2009, there was a step…

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By Various authors

This report from the UK think tank IISS examines the EU’s military level of ambition in the context of Brexit. The…

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By Thiemo Fetzer

The UK vote to leave the European Union is widely seen as a watershed moment in UK History and European…

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By Various authors

This report uses the new Longitudinal Educational Outcomes (LEO) administrative dataset to provide the latest estimates of the impact of…

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By Guy Opperman MP; Laura Farris

Businesses and employers should do more to help close Britain’s productivity gap, says Guy Opperman MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State…

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By Jill Duggan

The corporate sector has traditionally engaged governments at national rather than international level in lobbying for action related to climate…

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By Ruth Callander; Russell Gunson; Chris Murray

This report marks the third in a series of three reports looking at what a 21st century skills system should…

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By Emma Webb

Extremism on the Airwaves examines the current policy challenges in tackling extremist abuse of broadcast media. The report includes: an…

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By Sacha Hilhorst

This research looks at the emotional impact of retirement decision-making on people’s lives, and whether the choices we make at…

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