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School Enterprise Zones would turbo-charge Free School Programme

School Enterprise Zones would turbo-charge Free School Programme

Writing in the Sunday Times, Sean Worth, Senior Consultant to Policy Exchange, proposes ideas to turbo-charge the Government’s plans to free up the supply of schools in poorer urban areas by removing restrictions on who could provide schools, as well as lengthy planning requirements.

Want to get out of recession? Start building houses

Want to get out of recession? Start building houses

Alex Morton, Policy Exchange’s Senior Research Fellow for Housing & Planning and author of new report Ending Expensive Social Tenancies, calls for the government to show that it is serious about housing by creating a Secretary of State for Housing & Planning.

“Expensive” social housing is unfair for everyone in the system

“Expensive” social housing is unfair for everyone in the system

Alex Morton, Senior Research Fellow for Housing & Planning and author of Policy Exchange’s latest report Ending Expensive Social Tenancies makes proposals from the report that could see hundreds of thousands of new homes built and highlights the unfairness of housing social tenants in accommodation many hard-working people may never be able to afford.

Raise a glass to students’ success but we need to talk about A-levels

Raise a glass to students’ success but we need to talk about A-levels

David Skelton, Deputy Director at Policy Exchange, argues that A-levels should be judged on the esteem in which they are held by employers and businesses. He argues that schools should use autonomy over their curriculum to teach subjects that are academically rigorous, with real world application, potentially working in conjunction with local universities and businesses.

Don’t let apathy rob you of a say on how you are policed

Don’t let apathy rob you of a say on how you are policed

Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, Blair Gibbs, explains the importance of new Police & Crime Commissioners and introduces our new website – PoliceElections.com – which is designed to raise public awareness about the elections and those who are standing in them.

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