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Japan’s PM Shinzō Abe confirms Policy Exchange research

Japan’s PM Shinzō Abe confirms Policy Exchange research

Japan would welcome Britain to the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal “with open arms”, Prime Minister Shinzō Abe told the Financial Times. His remarks confirm Policy Exchange’s recent findings in Trading Tigers, which argued that “UK membership would be attractive to Japan in view of the substantial Japanese investment flows to the UK and the addition of a sizeable market.”

Sajid Javid praises Policy Exchange’s ‘hugely important’ work

Sajid Javid praises Policy Exchange’s ‘hugely important’ work

Speaking at Policy Exchange’s annual reception at Conservative Party Conference, the Home Secretary said: “If I think about the policies regarding all the different roles I’ve had in Government – in every different role I’ve had there’s always been something from Policy Exchange that has helped us shape policy and have a real impact.

Policy Exchange at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018

Policy Exchange at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018

Policy Exchange hosted four events in the Politics tent at the Big Ideas Festival, looking at some of today’s most contentious issues. A top range of speakers debated how to raise the tone of public discourse; building a new national consensus; beating NIMBYism by building beautiful homes; and using great thinkers and leaders of the past to solve today’s problems.

Policy Exchange research referenced in Government’s Social Housing Green Paper

Policy Exchange research referenced in Government’s Social Housing Green Paper

Policy Exchange’s latest report on tackling the housing crisis, Building More, Building Beautiful, has been referenced in the Government’s recently published Social Housing Green Paper. As called for in our report, the Green Paper highlights the importance of good design to social housing. It references our research which shows how better quality buildings and public spaces improve people’s quality of life and happiness.

William Shawcross to join Policy Exchange as Senior Fellow

William Shawcross to join Policy Exchange as Senior Fellow

Former Chair of the Charity Commission, William Shawcross CVO, is to join Policy Exchange as a Senior Fellow. He will be examining new forms of extremism in public life, including anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim prejudice, as part of a new book project he is working on.

Policy Exchange union polling quoted in Parliament

Policy Exchange union polling quoted in Parliament

Speaking in a debate on Strengthening the Union, Conservative MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk John Lamont cited Policy Exchange’s recent polling on the strength of the Union, saying “We should strengthen our Union because it is the will of the people of our land. Recent polling by Policy Exchange clearly demonstrates that the majority of people across the United Kingdom are in favour of the Union in its current form. Some 68% of people in England, 52% of people in Scotland, 66% of people in Wales and 59% of people in Northern Ireland want a continuation of the Union.”

Policy Exchange welcomes Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia

Policy Exchange welcomes Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia

Policy Exchange welcomed Zoran Zaev, the Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia on Tuesday 10 July for a private breakfast discussion about his country’s current challenges and its planned accession to both the EU and NATO. Mr Zaev was in London for the Western Balkan Summit and will also be attending the NATO summit in Brussels later this week.

Will Heaven to join Policy Exchange as Director of Policy

Will Heaven to join Policy Exchange as Director of Policy

Will Heaven, Managing Editor of The Spectator, will join Policy Exchange as Director of Policy later this summer. He will play a leading role in our domestic research programme, notably on two of our new work streams – Place and Prosperity.

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