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Latest news and publications from the following 22 leading think-tanks… CentreForum, Adam Smith Institute, Alliance for Useful Evidence, British Future, Centre for European Reform, Centre for Policy Studies, Compass, Civitas, Democratic Audit, Demos, Fabian Society, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Institute for Government, IPPR, IEA, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Policy Exchange, Progress, Resolution Foundation, Social Market Foundation, Sutton Trust and The Work Foundation.

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British Future

London election poll shows party colours matter more than skin colour in British elections

Friday May 27th, 2016 03:23:40 PM BFTemp
Sadiq Khan’s victory in London's mayoral election was achieved by securing a strong swing from the Conservatives among white British voters, according to new analysis of YouGov's London polling. The post London election poll shows party colours matter more than skin colour in British elections appeared first on British Future.

ONS statistics – net migration target surely dead if UK votes ‘Remain’ in June

Thursday May 26th, 2016 09:35:37 AM BFTemp
Responding to May's ONS migration figures, Sunder Katwala says the net migration target is surely dead if the UK votes on 23 June to remain in the EU. The post ONS statistics – net migration target surely dead if UK votes ‘Remain’ in June appeared first on British Future.

Why refugees want to learn English

Wednesday May 25th, 2016 09:55:16 AM BFTemp
“Now I can say what I want to say; I'm not frightened to make mistakes and even when I do make mistakes, people are very helpful with us. They help me to say what I want.” A new refugee action study calls for the barriers to learning to be broken down. The post Why refugees want to learn English appeared first on British Future.

Centre for European Reform

Notes from the Netherlands, May 2016

Thursday May 26th, 2016 11:31:38 AM Sophie
Email subject  For friends of the CER: Notes from the Netherlands, May 2016 Email preview addresses  sophie@cer.org.uk Email teaser  For friends of the CER: Notes from the Netherlands, May 2016 Email body  Charles Grant, the CER’s ...

Tok FM: Jaka przyszłość czeka Unię Europejską, jeśli Brytyjczycy zdecydują się ją opuścić? Agata Gostyńska w rozmowie z Jakubem Janiszewskim

Wednesday May 4th, 2016 02:06:26 PM Kate
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska talks to Jakub Janiszewski of Tok FM about the future of the European Union, if the British decide to leave. View multimedia Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska 04 May 2016

Video of CER/DIW Berlin roundtable on 'Britain's role in Europe' with Josckha Fischer and David Lidington

Wednesday May 4th, 2016 12:05:11 PM Kate
Josckha Fischer and David Lidington discuss the role of Britain in Europe at a CER/DIW roundtable held in Berlin. 28 April 2016

Centre for Policy Studies

A Convergence of Interests

Thursday May 19th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Britain must build more houses. Last year, only 136,000 homes were completed in England. But 250,000 new homes a year are required if the Government is to meet its targets of 1 million new homes by...

What of DB, in a TEE World?

Wednesday May 18th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
The UK pensions and savings arena must be simplified in order to secure Britain’s long term savings future. We could gravitate to a purely TEE framework, which would require the accommodation of today’s EET-based defined benefit (DB)...

How to Sell the Family Silver: Ignore the Banks

Sunday May 8th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
John Chown explains how the Government can fairly and efficiently sell the remaining bank shares – without losing millions of pounds in the process....

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Civitas


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Fabian Society

Five things I’ve learnt during the referendum campaign

Friday May 27th, 2016 04:52:31 PM EdWallis
1)      Project fear is really Project Common Sense.  And it will probably work. I have run out of patience with pro-Europeans complaining that the ‘in’ campaign doesn’t ‘make the visionary case for Europe’. I am someone who would indeed respond to passionately pro-European messages. But I am also one of the vanishingly tiny number of... Read ...

Drifting apart?

Friday May 27th, 2016 10:10:16 AM EdWallis
We in Wales understandably feel annoyed when people lump us in together with England. We have come a long way since the days when an entries in the encyclopaedias read ‘for Wales, see England,’ particularly now that our Labour government in Wales is pursuing very distinct policies from the Conservatives at Westminster. But when it... Read more »

A battle to be won

Wednesday May 25th, 2016 11:24:36 AM EdWallis
As with the referendum on membership of the then European Economic Community (EEC) 41 years ago, the economic context is once again important this year, though I believe that the instinctive economic argument is often overlooked as each side throws different facts at the public. Back then, like with the Conservatives now, it was a... Read more »

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Institute for Government

Queen’s Speech risks adding more pressure onto Government, new report warns

Thursday May 12th, 2016 03:38:44 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
The Queen’s Speech may help the PM demonstrate momentum, but a new paper by the Institute for Government warns that the Government is already under intense pressure and must focus on delivering existing commitments. Government under pressure: the 2016 Queen’s Speech examines stresses on the NHS, justice system, schools, and Whitehall itself. The paper argues ...

Statement in response to the Review of the Classification of Public Bodies

Thursday April 28th, 2016 10:46:24 AM nicole.valentinuzzi
The Classification Review of Public Bodies report, published yesterday by the Cabinet Office, is a positive step towards making sense of the jumbled and complex landscape of public bodies in the UK. 

New project on tax policy-making

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 03:34:40 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
The Institute for Government (IfG), Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) are launching a project to look at how we can improve the process around budgets and tax policy-making. The IfG will contribute its understanding of policy-making and Whitehall processes, the CIOT its extensive practitioner expertise and the ...

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IEA

An alternative history: what ‘democratic socialism’ would have looked like

Thursday May 26th, 2016 04:22:30 PM Kristian Niemietz
I’ve got an idea for an alternative history novel, an alternate timeline in which the fall of the Berlin Wall never happens. The alternative-historical backdrop looks, roughly, like this: East Germany, spring 1989. The socialist regime is in meltdown. A ...

The case against the BBC licence fee

Thursday May 26th, 2016 12:01:39 PM Kristian Niemietz
Technological innovation means many of the previous justifications for intervention simply no longer exist. Many proponents of a public service broadcaster are really simply making a paternalistic argument for providing the public with content that social elites believe ...

Is envy of the super-rich by the rest of the rich driving the inequality debate?

Wednesday May 25th, 2016 11:20:46 AM Kristian Niemietz
Since the fall of the Berlin wall, an alliance of left-wingers and environmentalists have found a way of making a virtue of socialism’s vices. Marxist leaders have often dragged their countries towards economic decline – most recently in Venezuela – ...

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Policy Exchange


Progress

Small businesses need more support

Friday May 27th, 2016 11:43:04 AM Karin Smyth MP
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The Last Word: Flagging

Friday May 27th, 2016 10:12:25 AM Jamie Reed MP
The vivid memory of fear is enough to terrify the human soul. Memories of mortal terror – like watching ‘The Exorcist’ for the first time through the fingers of your hand as a twelve year old – are capable of firing the adrenal medulla and provoking our most basic evolutionary response: fight or flight? It …

The cost of inaction is too high

Thursday May 26th, 2016 03:02:41 PM Gabriel Gavin
When someone is imprisoned, it is usually the single greatest investment we as a society have ever made in them. It costs around £65,000 to send someone to prison, and an additional £40,000 annually after that. For many prisoners, this far exceeds the amount spent on educating them at school, treating them in hospitals and …

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