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Hannah Stuart, Policy Exchange Co-Head of Security and Extremism, discusses police counter-terroirism operations on BBC Radio 5 Live
A shortlist of five finalists for the 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize, the second largest economics prize in the world after Nobel, has been unveiled today, 27th April 2017
The shortlist for the 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize will be announced on Thursday 27 April. The prize closed on 2 March 2017, with over 120 entries from 7 countries competing for the £250,000 award to tackle issues facing Britain’s road network
Writing for CapX, Professor John Bew, Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World Project, concludes that Britain was right to bet on America
John Blake, Policy Exchange’s new Head of Education and Social Reform and a former teacher, responds to today’s speech by the Education Secretary, in which she outlined the Government’s approach to school reform
Policy Exchange is delighted to announce the appointment of Hannah Stuart as the new Co-Head of our Security and Extremism Unit alongside Martyn Frampton
Policy Exchange launches a call for evidence on the implications of the possibility of Britain leaving the EU without a comprehensive deal. Published initially on ConservativeHome, Policy Exchange’s Director Dean Godson sets out our belief that we need to consider what will happen if we don’t get a deal. We are asking for assessments of the immediate effects of Brexit on a wide range of policy issues, from trade and migration, to fisheries and air traffic control
Policy Exchange’s Head of Arts and Culture, Lindsay Johns, responds to a David Aaronovitch column, setting out his thoughts on the topic of ‘decolonising the canon’
Following the publication of the White Paper in advance of the Government’s Great Repeal Bill, Richard Ekins — Head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project — explains that ‘the Bill is at least as much about continuity as it is about change’.