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The Lessons of 1976 and Relevance for Now

The Lessons of 1976 and Relevance for Now

Gerard Lyons — Policy Exchange’s Chief Economic Adviser — reflects upon a discussion hosted by HM Treasury, which examined the UK’s IMF crisis and the economic background that resulted in the 1976 abandonment of the post-war Keynesian consensus

US-UK Relations: Reasons for Optimism

US-UK Relations: Reasons for Optimism

Professor John Bew — head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project — contends that, ‘as 2016 draws to a close, there is good reason to believe that Trump’s victory may provide unexpected opportunities for the UK in what remains by far its more important relationship’

Forging a New Industrial Strategy for Britain

Forging a New Industrial Strategy for Britain

Richard Howard — Policy Exchange’s Head of Energy and Environment — and Jonathan Dupont — Economic and Social Policy Research Fellow — argue that a new industrial strategy is ‘about creating a British economy which is innovative and competitive, which benefits everyone’. This piece first appeared on CapX

Ted Cantle on the Casey Review

Ted Cantle on the Casey Review

Ted Cantle — founder of the Institute of Community Cohesion — writes for Policy Exchange’s Integration Hub website on the topic of the Casey Review, which he says ‘has firmly put community cohesion and integration back on the agenda’

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