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David Goodhart – Policy Exchange’s Head of the Demography, Immigration, and Integration Unit – appeared before the Select Committee for Exiting the European Union to discuss the immigration aspects of ‘The UK’s negotiating objectives for its withdrawal from the EU’.
In an article for CapX, Policy Exchange’s John Bew discusses British foreign policy and the Prime Minister’s Philadelphia speech
John Bew — Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project — contends that ‘a dose of realism is something that British foreign policy has needed for a while; and by being the first leader to visit the new American president, Theresa May has delivered a bucket full to her counterparts in European capitals’
Policy Exchange’s John Bew discusses ‘the eclipse of the West’ in his cover story for the New Statesman
John Bew — Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project — argues that it is time to ‘end the fin de siecle angst’ about Western decline, and that Britain must be ‘present at the creation’ of any new international order
Watch former Prime Minister Rt Hon Gordon Brown launch ‘The Cost of Doing Nothing’ report with MPs Alison McGovern and Tom Tugendhat.
Watch the Rt Hon Lord Hague of Richmond address the launch, which took place on 26 January
This event took place on 23 January
This talk took place at Policy Exchange on 25 January 2017
Policy Exchange’s Richard Ekins in The Spectator: ‘What the Supreme Court got right and wrong in today’s judgment’
Richard Ekins — Head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project — reflects on the judgment, concluding that while it is ‘perhaps less important than once assumed’, its wider significance ‘remains to be seen’
David Goodhart — Head of Policy Exchange’s Demography, Immigration & Integration unit — appeared before the committee last Tuesday, to talk about the possible positive and negative effects on Londoners and the London economy of ending EU freedom of movement
The head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project argues that, despite the “America first” rhetoric in the Trump campaign, we will not see an isolationist American foreign policy under the next President