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War and Justice

War and Justice

Richard Ekins, head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project, responds to The Times on the topic of the ECHR.

May Promises a Bit More State and a Little Less ‘Anything Goes’

May Promises a Bit More State and a Little Less ‘Anything Goes’

David Goodhart, Policy Exchange’s Head of Demography, Immigration, and Integration, and Director of the Integration Hub website, discusses the Prime Minister’s ‘pitch to working-class voters’. He concludes that ‘the condescending liberal graduates will no longer set the political tone’.

What the PM gets right about the Brexit litigation

What the PM gets right about the Brexit litigation

The Government’s legal authority to invoke Art 50 is being challenged in the courts. In her speech on Sunday, the Prime Minister stated in strong terms that it is up to the Government – not the Commons or Lords – to invoke Art 50. Those who argue the contrary are not...
Andrew Gimson’s report from the fringe

Andrew Gimson’s report from the fringe

Andrew Gimson reviews Policy Exchange and Conservative Home’s “What will the government’s social reform agenda mean in practice?”conference event.

What Lessons From History Keep Being Forgotten?

What Lessons From History Keep Being Forgotten?

John Bew, Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project, responds to the World Policy Journal’s question. He explains why ‘a training in history remains the best education for those who aspire to change the world’.

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