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 | Jun 9, 2009Read Publication By Peter Saunders; Edited by Natalie Evans Reforming the UK Family Tax and Benefits System reveals that the average middle-income family today pays £6,016 in tax and National Insurance contributions, but gets back £5,383 as social security and family...
by Natalie Evans | Apr 21, 2009Read Publication By Natalie Evans, Sarah Jenkins and Isabella Pereira. In Britain today, both the public and politicians agree that families matter. Four out of five people say that ‘my family are more important to me than my friends’, and families currently ride high...
by Natalie Evans | Mar 23, 2009Read Publication This publication sets out a blueprint for creating real school choice in the UK. It also looks at the lessons from the introduction of school choice reforms in Sweden and the USA. A Guide to School Choice Reforms concludes that successful reform will...
by Natalie Evans | Oct 23, 2008Read Publication By Lawrence Kay, Nicholas Boys Smith, David Martin; Edited by Natalie Evans The credit crunch is clearly the most serious and urgent of our current economic problems. However, once stability returns the Government must make the UK tax system...
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