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 | Feb 10, 2010Read Publication Saving money in the good times gives security against the bad times. It also helps to generate a pool of capital that can be drawn on when expensive things, like the university education of a child, need to be paid for. A high savings rate should also...
by Natalie Evans | Jan 7, 2010Read Publication By Henry Featherstone. Edited by Natalie Evans. Our research, which included a roundtable discussion with a number of senior academics and business leaders with expertise in the NHS, considers some of the options for the NHS in a period of tight...
by Natalie Evans | Nov 12, 2009Read Publication Contributions from Ian Barnes Home Office micromanagement has undermined public confidence in the service and weakened the historic bonds between the policy and the communities they serve. Partners in Crime calls for the introduction of elected police...
by Natalie Evans | Oct 29, 2009Read Publication By Peter Saunders; Edited by Natalie Evans In 1999, Tony Blair committed the Government to abolishing child poverty by 2020. In 2006, the Conservative opposition endorsed this aim, and in 2009 the Government introduced a Child Poverty Bill which...
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