Head of Technology Policy
Benjamin Barnard, Head of Technology Policy at Policy Exchange. Benjamin leads Policy Exchange’s research into Government Reform, Technology Policy and the Digital Economy. He joined Policy Exchange in July 2019 after graduating from Christ Church, Oxford with a First Class degree in History.
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by Benjamin Barnard | Feb 2, 2022Related Content The Levelling Up White Paper includes a series of new research, development and innovation investments to strengthen the UK’s science base and to boost economic growth across the whole of the UK. As Professor Richard Jones (who is speaking at Policy...
by Benjamin Barnard | Feb 1, 2022Related Content There are over 830 public bodies; it is time to establish a new reform programme. The Coronavirus pandemic exposed and exacerbated many of the long-term weaknesses of the British government, drawing particular attention to the complexity of the UK’s...
by Benjamin Barnard | Jan 20, 2022Related Content Lord Hennessy spent his entire journalistic career writing about the machinery of government in Britain. His classic 1996 work “The Hidden Wiring: Unearthing The British Constitution” set out how the British Constitution operated in practice and...
by Benjamin Barnard | Nov 8, 2021Related Content Reforming Civil Service Appointments Featuring a Foreword by Lord Macpherson of Earls Court, Open, Meritocratic and Transparent calls for an urgent overhaul of Civil Service appointments in light of recent revelations about the appointment of Lex...
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