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Professor John Bew, writing for Save the Children, discusses Britain’s humanitarian traditions and how they can be continued into the 21st century.
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’.
Together, a decade of loose public spending, fiscal stimulus and the aftermath of the financial crisis left Britain with the highest deficit in its post war history at 10.2% of GDP. Even half a decade later, that deficit is only half closed, and remains high internationally. Budgeting for Balance looks at the experience of fiscal consolidation so far, and how to approach the remainder of the task.
Policy Exchange’s David Goodhart writes for the Daily telegraph on how to reform Britain’s immigration system to improve training and skills.
One in four would take a pay cut to curb migration: Poll reveals EU population movement is voters’ priority
The Daily Mail reports on Policy Exchange’s new poll on Brexit and attitudes towards immigration.
The Evening Standard names Policy Exchange’s Director, Dean Godson, one of the most influential figures in London
Policy Exchange’s Director, Dean Godson, has been recognised as one of the most influential figures in London. The Evening Standard’s ‘Top 1000’ list references Godson’s work in their annual index.
Policy Exchange’s ‘Higher, Further, Faster, More’ report on higher education is discussed in the observer.
Following Policy Exchange’s briefing paper Immigration and Integration After Brexit Max Hastings’ describes the report as “required reading for our new government”.
Philip Johnston, writes for The Daily Telegraph on judges making political decisions and the work of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project.