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26 March 2015 | Alan Milburn: Education’s role in promoting social mobility – a focus for the next five years and beyond

  • Rt Hon Alan Milburn, Chair of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, will deliver a keynote speech on the topic of education and social mobility. The speech will examine what actions the next government will need to take to ensure that education, especially technical and vocational education, can play in maximising opportunities for social mobility.

  • 24 March 2015 | Energy Debate: The Return of the State, with Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP and Professor Dieter Helm

  • Policy Exchange is hosting a half-day conference looking into the increasing role of the government in the UK's energy market, with keynote speeches from Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP, and Professor Dieter Helm.

  • 23 March 2015 | The Future of Housing Associations: What Next for Affordable Housing?

  • This event is a follow up to our Freeing Housing Associations report and will consider the following questions what the future is for affordable housing. It will ask if we actually need social housing grant to deliver the affordable housing we need, if it is realistic or fair to expect housing associations to do more and look at the implications of welfare reform for building affordable homes.

  • 17 March 2015 | Is childhood obesity as bad as we think?

  • This talk will examine if there really is a childhood obesity epidemic. It will also question how we can tackle it - should we put resources into prevention or intervention? And can we focus on children's weight without damaging them in the process?

  • 11 March 2015 | Uncharted Waters: A Forward Look at Managing Change in the Water Sector

  • Ofwat Chairman Jonson Cox will consider the future of the water and wastewater sector, and how it is regulated in order to ensure that essential public services are provided effectively.

  • 03 March 2015 | Rt Hon David Lammy MP - Taking its Toll: The regressive impact of property crime in Britain

  • Policy Exchange, invites you to the launch of its latest report, Taking its toll: the regressive impact of property crime in Britain. The paper, authored by the Rt Hon David Lammy, MP for Tottenham and Labour Primary Candidate for Mayor of London, examines the impact that burglary, theft and shoplifting is having on people across Britain.

  • 25 February 2015 | Powering Ahead: a keynote speech from Matthew Hancock

  • Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP, Minister of State for Energy, Business and Enterprise, will deliver a speech setting out his vision of energy policy going forward. He will argue for an approach based on harnessing the power of markets to deliver cleaner, more sustainable energy – finding cost-effective solutions to persuade people to go green.

  • 24 February 2015 | Where Next for the UK Economy? with Stewart Wood, Jesse Norman, Jeremy Browne and Stephanie Flanders

  • Policy Exchange is delighted to be hosting a cross-party panel on the big questions that will shape the economy over the next five years and beyond. The event will examine how to spread growth throughout the country, how we finish closing the deficit and how we can take advantage of Britain's unique opportunities on an international level.

  • 10 February 2015 | Fish Tank, presented by Jon Cruddas MP

  • For the second screening from Policy Exchange and the Crossbench Film Society, Jon Cruddas MP will present Fish Tank (2009), an unflinching account of one girl’s tower-block life in Mr Cruddas’s own constituency.

  • 04 February 2015 | Where Next for Welfare?

  • To mark the launch of Policy Exchange's Welfare Manifesto, we are delighted to welcome The Rt Hon David Blunkett MP. Mr Blunkett will outline what he thinks a welfare state fit for the 21st century should look like, and what principles should underpin it.