Posts Tagged “institute for government”

‘One Hundred Days for Early Action’. Why evidence-based policy is a ‘Yes, but…’ way forward

by Stephen Tall on April 13, 2015

Alongside folk like Polly Toynbee, Gus O’Donnell and Richard Layard, I have a chapter in One Hundred Days for Early Action: Time for Government to put prevention first, published this weekend by the Early Action Task Force. Here’s how the (…)

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On the Lib Dem conference polling bump (lack thereof) and what it means for the party

by Stephen Tall on October 2, 2013

The Labour party’s been enjoying a post-conference bump in the polls on the back of Ed Miliband’s bit of unexpected populism of promising a 20-month energy price freeze. At the weekend, Labour opened up an 11-point lead over the Tories, hitting 42%, its highest level since June. Of course party conferences frequently distort the polls. […]

Can I out-Orange Book Jeremy Browne? Find out on 22nd September…

by Stephen Tall on August 20, 2012

So this is how my visit to Lib Dem conference this year will begin… by appearing on the panel for one of CentreForum’s 27 (count ’em) fringe events, catchily titled Half-Time Oranges (and Blues): How to renew the Coalition while (…)

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