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RT @Robert_WH_Ede @SeanPhillips91 has provided our assessment of this week’s GP access plan. 1️⃣The scale of the crisis is undeniable 2️⃣But we need to find a way of being guided by evidence not emotion 3️⃣In this regard, the plan contains some sensible steps forward policyexchange.org.u…
NEW REPORT: Author @FrancisAlun, the new Deputy Chair of the Social Mobility Commission, writes that for social mobility to be fit for the levelling up era it needs to be relevant to a much more broader group of people. policyexchange.org.u…
With energy policy rising up the political agenda, does the UK need a dedicated Government Department for Net Zero? Here's what four former UK Energy Secretaries had to say during a recent @Policy_Exchange event. ▶️ @AmberRuddUK ▶️ @EdwardJDavey ▶️ @Ed_Miliband ▶️ @andrealeadsom