Deputy Director, 2008-2011
Natalie is now Head of Operations at the New Schools Network.Whilst at Policy Exchange Natalie was responsible for the output and strategic direction of the research team.Prior to joining Policy Exchange, Natalie was Head of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce. She has also previously been Deputy Director at the Conservative Research Department specialising in welfare and economic issues.She has a degree in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University.
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by Natalie Evans | Dec 10, 2010Read Publication By Robert McIlveen. Edited by Natalie Evans. Local Seats for Local People? finds that the Boundary Review process in the UK is inefficient and produces undemocratic results. The last Boundary Review took seven years, whereas countries such as New...
by Natalie Evans | Sep 22, 2010Read Publication By Natalie Elphicke. Edited by Natalie Evans. Housing People; Financing Housing recommends that housing associations should be set free to raise money through methods like equity investment. This so-called “equitisation” could raise £30 billion and...
by Natalie Evans | Aug 7, 2010Read Publication By Peter Saunders, edited by Natalie Evans Beware False Prophets is Policy Exchange’s critique of The Spirit Level, a book published last year by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, which argued that income inequality harms almost everybody in...
by Natalie Evans | Mar 23, 2010Read Publication By Corin Taylor; Edited by Natalie Evans Something has clearly gone wrong with health and safety. Micro-businesses, employing fewer than ten people, are spending one person-day a month complying with health and safety rules. The health and safety...
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