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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

Can Labour voices engage sceptical voters on Europe?

Friday February 5th, 2016 02:35:28 PM BFTemp
Advocates on all sides of the EU debate, including Labour voices, will need to do much more to reach the undecided voters who will determine the outcome of the referendum, says Sunder Katwala The post Can Labour voices engage sceptical voters on Europe? appeared first on British Future.

New refugee poll shows a humane but anxious nation

Thursday February 4th, 2016 05:00:42 AM BFTemp
A new ComRes poll for the BBC shows a conflicting picture of British public attitudes to the refugee crisis. Can people be sympathetic to those fleeing war and abuse in Syria, while still being worried about how we handle the numbers? The answer, writes Steve Ballinger, is that they can – and they are. The post New refugee poll shows a humane but anxious nation ...

Steven Woolfe – Reaching Out: the referendum challenge

Tuesday January 26th, 2016 11:30:25 AM BFTemp
In the run-up to the public vote, British Future will engage leading voices on all sides of the debate, asking them to set out the competing visions of the future which they believe can win the confidence and support of modern Britain. In this speech Steven Woolfe, UKIP immigration spokesman, sets out his view of the positive vision with which the Leave campaign ...

Centre for European Reform

ABC News - Russia's looming role in Syrian peace talks

Thursday February 4th, 2016 11:13:04 AM Kate
Syrian peace talks aimed at ending the country's five year war are struggling to get off the ground amid continued air strikes from Russia. Ian Bond, the director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform, discusses Russia's role in the UN-brokered talks. View multimedia Ian Bond ...

BBC 2 - World War Three: Inside the war room

Thursday February 4th, 2016 10:51:36 AM Kate
Following the crisis in Ukraine and Russia's involvement in Syria, the world is closer to superpower confrontation than at any time since the end of the Cold War. Now, a war room of senior former British military and diplomatic figures [including Ian Bond of the CER] come together to war-game a hypothetical 'hot war' in eastern Europe, including ...

Daily Politics - Cameron's Brussels renegotiations

Friday January 29th, 2016 04:50:03 PM Kate
John Springford joins the Daily Politics show to discuss David Cameron's renegotiation efforts in Brussels (from 7.43 mins). View multimedia John Springford 29 January 2016

Centre for Policy Studies

The Price of Law

Thursday February 4th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
At £1000 per hour, the rates charged by top London corporate law firms are now so high they risk restricting access to...

99p petrol will not last forever

Monday January 25th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
The current low price of oil is unsustainable for oil producing nations. The government must act now to ensure shale gas can fill the UK energy...

The Abolition of Deposit Insurance

Thursday January 14th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Andreas Wesemann argues that the government must stop insuring bank deposits � a practice that has only resulted in an increase in the probability and severity of banking...

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Civitas


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Fabian Society

Credibility now

Wednesday February 10th, 2016 11:15:35 AM EdWallis
Labour’s new leadership intends to reset its economic policy. However, Labour needs to do much more than find the right policies. It needs to fundamentally rethink the basis for its economic platform, making sure it is relevant to today’s economy and reflects progressive values. The economic approach of the New Labour years no longer applies... Read more ...

Powering ahead?

Monday February 8th, 2016 06:26:22 PM EdWallis
On 5th November 2004, the result of the referendum on the introduction of a regional assembly for the north east was announced: 77.93 per cent against. With that resounding defeat, the New Labour project to ensure symmetric devolution in the UK was dead. The introduction of regional assemblies for the non-London regions of England had... Read more »

True north

Thursday February 4th, 2016 12:48:40 PM EdWallis
There’s a popular belief that the Chinese word for crisis is made up of the symbols for both danger and opportunity. The Labour party has a similar relationship with the word devolution, though sadly we don’t seem to be focusing on the opportunity, just the threat. Right now, the Labour party is losing the battle... Read more »

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Institute for Government

UK governments must work together to make devolution a success

Tuesday February 2nd, 2016 05:43:36 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
Further devolution of powers to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will not only radically reshape the British state, but will offer all four governments a unique chance to work together for meaningful reform – this is according to a new report launched today by the Alliance for Useful Evidence and the Institute for Government, in partnership with Carnegie ...

How to make the 'devolution revolution' work

Wednesday January 27th, 2016 10:50:15 AM nicole.valentinuzzi
Up and down the country, cities and counties are pitching, negotiating and agreeing their ‘devolution deals’. A new guide aims to help turn the Chancellor’s devolution promises into reality. ‘Making Devolution Deals Work’, published today by the Institute for Government, is designed to help people in all levels of government ensure their deals are a ...

Response to Strathclyde review

Thursday December 17th, 2015 11:17:43 AM IFG_Admin
We welcome the fact that the Strathclyde review has not proposed radical constitutional change

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IEA

Why Mobile Money transformed Kenya, but failed to take off in Nigeria

Wednesday February 10th, 2016 01:44:00 PM Kristian Niemietz
The main blame for the slow take up of Mobile Money falls on the Nigerian Central Bank (NCB). The NCB has followed a ‘bank-led’ model where they have licenced banks to operate Mobile Money rather than the telecommunication companies. The reason for the ...

Conspicuous consumption in the twenty-first century

Wednesday February 10th, 2016 08:47:05 AM Kristian Niemietz
A yacht is said to be a positional good and owning the yacht is conspicuous consumption, a form of status signaling. But does this model at all correspond to reality in the 21st century? Your immediate reaction may be in the affirmative, but consider: ...

Self-employment: entrepreneurship or casualised labour?

Monday February 8th, 2016 05:30:37 PM Kristian Niemietz
Self-employment jobs have grown faster than employee jobs since the recession. This has led some commentators to argue that many of the self-employed are not in ‘real’ jobs, but are forced to scrabble around for freelance work. but a look at ...

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Policy Exchange


Progress

The truth about trade unions

Thursday February 11th, 2016 04:50:20 PM Paul Nowak
It is hardly uncommon for trade unions to get bad press. Some within government and the media are keen to paint us as constantly at being at odds with employers and the public. They focus on the inconvenience of strikes and portray us as antagonistic. This is the toxic narrative they have built up to …

What can Labour learn from local government?

Thursday February 11th, 2016 03:20:57 PM Steve Reed MP
Labour in local government is credible, relevant, and wins elections. Those are the words of Leeds city council’s deputy leader James Lewis, and I could not put it better myself. When we can describe Labour nationally in the same way, we will know we have got it right. The lesson of the 2010 and 2015 …

Time for a citizen’s income?

Thursday February 11th, 2016 03:00:34 PM Anthony Painter
Anthony Painter and Karen Buck debate the merits of a basic income for all Photo: TaxBrackets.org

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