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Revealed: The inner London schools where children breathe toxic air

Revealed: The inner London schools where children breathe toxic air

The Evening Standard covers Policy Exchange’s new Up In the Air report, which reveals the extent of air pollution in London. The report shows that 12.5% of London suffers from NO2 levels above legal limits, an area which includes 25% of London’s schoolchildren and 44% of its workforce.

Gas prices to stay low for the rest of the decade, Government forecasts

Gas prices to stay low for the rest of the decade, Government forecasts

Richard Howard, Policy Exchange’s Head of Environment & Energy, is quoted by The Telegraph commenting on government forecasts that wholesale gas and electricity prices will remain low for the next few years. He warned that low prices will undermine investment in new gas power stations.

Whitehall spends more than £1bn on contractors

Whitehall spends more than £1bn on contractors

The Financial Times covers Whitehall Rules!, Policy Exchange’s new report looking at how to improve pay and performance in the Civil Service. The report shows that the cost of government contractors has ballooned to £1bn in 2014/15, money that could be better spent on hiring talented new permanent staff.

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