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What the JCHR Gets Wrong about Fundamental Rights

What the JCHR Gets Wrong about Fundamental Rights

Head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power project, Richard Ekins — along with Gunnar Beck, John Finnis, Christopher Forsyth, Graham Gee, and John Tasioulas — responds to the Joint Committee on Human Rights report, ‘The Human Rights Implications of Brexit’

It is High Time for a Fundamental Discussion on British Grand Strategy

It is High Time for a Fundamental Discussion on British Grand Strategy

Gabriel Elefteriu — Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World Research Fellow — and Professor John Bew — Head of the Britain in the World project — consider the Government’s first annual report on the 2015 National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence & Security Review (SDSR), concluding that, ‘ultimately, being “global” is not simply about being “open”, but also being “strategic”, self-confident, and bold’

Economics is a Serious Subject

Economics is a Serious Subject

Warwick Lightfoot — Policy Exchange’s Director of Research, and Head of Economics and Social Policy — reflects on Policy Exchange’s successful Keynes conference, and other recent and upcoming initiatives exploring the ‘big questions in economics’

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

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