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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

WW1 heritage brings Leicester communities together

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 03:18:52 PM BFTemp
Avaes Mohammed reports from Leicester workshops telling the shared WW1 stories of Muslim, Hindu and Sikh soldiers fighting for Britain The post WW1 heritage brings Leicester communities together appeared first on British Future.

Ten things you did’t know about St George and the English

Friday April 22nd, 2016 04:56:51 PM BFTemp
Steve Ballinger lists his Top Ten Things you didn't know about St George and the English The post Ten things you did’t know about St George and the English appeared first on British Future.

St George’s Day belongs to all of us – new poll

Friday April 22nd, 2016 08:07:52 AM BFTemp
New research finds that most people – including most ethnic minorities – agree the St George’s Day party is a symbol of England that we can all share – but we just don’t do enough to celebrate it. The post St George’s Day belongs to all of us – new poll appeared first on British Future.

Centre for European Reform

Video of CER/Real Instituto Elcano seminar on 'The geopolitics of TTIP', Madrid

Friday April 29th, 2016 09:22:11 AM Kate
With a keynote speech by Jaime Garcia Legaz, Deputy Minister for International Trade, Spain 21 April 2016

Press release: Gordon Brown speech to the Centre for European Reform; launch of 'The economic consequences of leaving the EU'

Thursday April 21st, 2016 12:56:39 PM Kate
Email subject  Press release: Gordon Brown speech to the Centre for European Reform; launch of 'The economic consequences of leaving the EU' Email preview addresses  kate@cer.org.uk Email teaser  Press release: Gordon Brown speech to the Centre for European ...

\n Reminder: \n Economists on Brexit conference \n 21 April 2016

Wednesday April 20th, 2016 06:34:15 PM jordan
Email subject  Reminder: Economists on Brexit conference tomorrow, 21 April 2016, London Email preview addresses  jordan@cer.org.uk Email teaser  Reminder: Economists on Brexit conference, 21 April 2016, London Email body  Dear [Salutation],We ...

Centre for Policy Studies

The Lingering Travails of the Loi du Travail

Tuesday April 26th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Stringent labour laws are causing France’s labour market to underperform compared to European competitors – reform is now desperately...

The Workplace ISA

Thursday April 21st, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Michael Johnson urges the government to introduce a Workplace ISA to complement the recently announced Lifetime ISA. Auto-enrolment’s reach should then be expanded, and both the Lifetime and Workplace ISAs included within its legislative...

Who will fix London's housing crisis?

Thursday April 14th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Ahead of the London mayoral elections both Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith have pledged to boost housing supply. However, it is likely that building over the next four years will fall far short of the 50,000 new homes needed annually in the...

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Civitas


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Fabian Society

Labour, England and the northern powerhouse

Friday April 29th, 2016 01:41:41 PM EdWallis
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Learning to change

Thursday April 28th, 2016 02:45:18 PM EdWallis
When the Labour Representation Committee was formed by the Fabians, the trade unions and others in 1900, it set out to use democratic politics to tackle the inequalities thrown up by the industrial age. Exploitation and social decay were exploding in the new cities, as new combinations of technology and labour bred a new generation... Read more »

Seven steps for Labour to win in England

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 11:19:58 AM EdWallis
Six months before the 2015 general election, some of us identified the question of “how can Labour win in England?” as an existential challenge. MPs like John Denham, Jon Cruddas and Steve Reed, PPCs including Polly Billington and Rowenna Davis, local government leaders and key Labour organisers, were actively advocating a proactive strategy for Labour in... ...

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Institute for Government

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 ...

Response to NAO report on devolution

Tuesday April 19th, 2016 06:49:57 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
Joe Randall, IfG researcher, said: “Today’s NAO report argues that the Government must clarify the ‘destination’ for English devolution. They are right that significant challenges and uncertainties remain with the current process for negotiating and agreeing devolution deals.

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IEA

We need a new kind of trade unionism

Friday April 29th, 2016 11:52:21 AM Kristian Niemietz
I’d ask at this point whether we need trade unions as much as in the past – or rather, do we need the type of unions we have inherited from that past. Nowadays we have employment rights which go way beyond anything which unions ever secured directly ...

BBC bias by presentation: a case study of think tanks

Thursday April 28th, 2016 11:10:07 AM Kristian Niemietz
Today, the IEA published ‘In Focus: The Case for Privatising the BBC’. My chapter sets out case studies of relative bias by omission, by selection and by presentation. Academic economists have noted how a common form of media bias is ‘put ...

Broadcasting is a club good, not a public good. BBC channels should become subscription channels

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 03:34:01 PM Kristian Niemietz
When television broadcasting first appeared in the 1920s, it was clearly non-rivalrous, and anyone who had access to a television receiver could enjoy broadcasts without paying for them. Television programmes and signals were public goods because they were both non-rivalrous ...

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Policy Exchange


Progress

Labour’s M1 test

Friday April 29th, 2016 03:43:19 PM Alison McGovern MP
‘Say no to pessimism’ – what UK Labour can learn from its local counterparts Almost a year on from the general election, many of the images of that night will be fading from the minds of Labour activists as we turn to face the future. This is largely a good thing – to win again we must …

The Last Word: The end of meaning

Friday April 29th, 2016 12:34:07 PM Jamie Reed MP
Good politicians are capable communicators. Without the ability to effectively communicate, political ideas cannot be properly expressed or understood; political arguments cannot be fought and won. The ability to communicate well is fundamental to political success. It follows then, that language – political language, how it is used and the context in which ...

Your party needs you

Friday April 29th, 2016 12:01:21 PM Rowan Ree
Last time I wrote an article on defence it started ‘the first duty of government is to protect its citizens’. This may sound like a statement of the obvious until you consider how low a priority defence has become in British politics. Ipsos MORI’s Issue Index tracks how important voters consider different issues. Defence is usually …

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