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by Edward Boyd | Feb 29, 2012Read Publication Police Officer Pensions: Affordability of current schemes reveals that the cost of police pensions has risen significantly over the past 15 years – from less than £1billion a year in 1995/6 to almost £2.5billion a year in 2009/10, or a 79% increase in...
by Edward Boyd | Sep 5, 2011Read Publication Since 2001 police funding has surged by a quarter in real terms but this investment has not transformed police performance. Taxpayers have spent at least £500m since 2006 in extra employment costs for over 7,000 police officers who have a uniform, but...
by Edward Boyd | Jun 13, 2011Read Publication By Rory Geoghegan & Edward Boyd. Edited by Blair Gibbs. Steps to improve the employability of offenders are part of the government’s aim to drive a ‘Rehabilitation Revolution’ to create more purposeful regimes that help reduce reoffending and the...
by Edward Boyd | Nov 16, 2012There are many advantages to the introduction of Police and Crime Commissioners that the public has missed. It would be difficult to blame them however, as this good policy has not been well communicated. The Home Office only launched their website showcasing the...
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A clearer vision of India’s place as a leader has helped to move India towards climate action but requires action from the West to keep it there, argues Mihir S Sharma in our new journal, Environmental Affairs. policyexchange.org.u…
In our new journal, Environmental Affairs, @MacaesBruno highlights the increasing age of competition between economic blocs and spheres of influence, which is being accelerated by climate policies. policyexchange.org.u…
RT @ed_birkett 📖Energy Security Gets Local My new article for The Geopolitics of Climate Change, the first edition of the new @Policy_Exchange journal, Environmental Affairs. I argue that move to 'electrifying everything' makes energy security increasingly local & regional rather than global twitter.com/Policy_E…
The move to ‘electrify everything’ will reduce reliance on global oil and gas markets but brings new risks in energy security, writes @ed_birkett in our new journal, Environmental Affairs. policyexchange.org.u…