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- Thursday, 12 March, 2020
12:00 - 13:00
In this lecture, John Larkin QC will reflect on the state of the United Kingdom’s constitution by discussing an aspect of an important provision of the European Convention on Human Rights — the procedural obligations under the Article 2 provision on the right to life, and its implications for how policy on the legacy of the Northern Ireland Troubles is to be made.
- Tuesday, 25 February, 2020
11:00 - 12:00
Policy Exchange invites you to a panel discussion with: Rt Hon Lord Tyrie, Dr Andrea Coscelli CBE, Professor William E. Kovacic, James Plunkett, chaired by Juliet Samuel
- Wednesday, 5 February, 2020
10:00 - 11:00
One of the great pleasures of being Secretary of State at DCMS is having an insight into the remarkable and unprecedented change that is taking place within our media sector. And there’s one recent example that spells this out plainly. When Netflix launched in 1997, Blockbuster was the heavyweight of video rentals, with almost 3,000 stores around the globe.
- Thursday, 30 January, 2020
18:00 - 19:30
We were delighted to welcome William Schneider Jr, former Chairman of the US Defense Science Board and a leading authority on strategic innovation and tech R&D, to speak at Policy Exchange on “Delivering National Scientific & Technological Advantage: The American Approach”.
- Thursday, 30 January, 2020
11:00 - 12:25
Policy Exchange was delighted to welcome Hon Michael R. Pompeo, United States Secretary of State, to speak on “The Future of the Special Relationship” in conversation with Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP, United Kingdom Foreign Secretary, moderated by Dean Godson, Director of Policy Exchange.
- Wednesday, 18 December, 2019
10:00 - 11:00
Policy Exchange welcome the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP for the first major ministerial speech following the General Election. His address coincides with the launch of Policy Exchange’s new Health and Social Care Research unit, led by Senior Fellow Richard Sloggett, former Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.
- Wednesday, 30 October, 2019
9:00 - 10:15
Much energy has been devoted to debating what impact Britain’s departure from the European Union will have for trade and the economy but there has been far less scrutiny of what this will mean for national security. The impact of Brexit on UK-EU cooperation on intelligence, border security, cyber security, and serious crime remains unclear. Yet, with the challenges of adapting to the post-Brexit reality, leaving the European Union may see Britain chart a new course in our national security strategy.
- Wednesday, 23 October, 2019
8:50 - 9:45
When I walk into my office at the Ministry of Housing each morning, there is a wall of portraits of some of the great reforming ministers who’ve held my office in the post-war era. From Harold McMillan, Sir Keith Joseph to Michael Heseltine. I think that some of them have set out to build more homes, some to reform our undoubtedly complex and convoluted housing and planning system and some have used this office to breath new life into communities. Whether that’s London’s Docklands or inner city Liverpool.
- Monday, 14 October, 2019
18:00 - 19:00
The Supreme Court’s judgment in Cherry/Miller, quashing the Prime Minister’s advice to Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament and therefore the prorogation that followed, is momentous. It raises important questions about the nature of the constitution and the role of the courts therein. This event brings together leading jurists to debate the judgment’s merits and implications.
- Monday, 7 October, 2019
19:00 - 21:00
Based on unrestricted access to all Lady Thatcher’s papers, unpublished interviews with her and all her major colleagues, this third volume covers the final years of her premiership, from the 1987 General Election through to the “coup” against her within the Conservative Party that led to her resignation in 1990. It then takes the story to her death in 2013.