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Policy Exchange launches a call for evidence on the implications of the possibility of Britain leaving the EU without a comprehensive deal. Published initially on ConservativeHome, Policy Exchange’s Director Dean Godson sets out our belief that we need to consider what will happen if we don’t get a deal. We are asking for assessments of the immediate effects of Brexit on a wide range of policy issues, from trade and migration, to fisheries and air traffic control
Policy Exchange’s Head of Arts and Culture, Lindsay Johns, responds to a David Aaronovitch column, setting out his thoughts on the topic of ‘decolonising the canon’
Following the publication of the White Paper in advance of the Government’s Great Repeal Bill, Richard Ekins — Head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project — explains that ‘the Bill is at least as much about continuity as it is about change’.
Warwick Lightfoot — Policy Exchange’s Director of Research, and Head of Economic and Social Policy — appareared on BBC News to discuss Brexit on the day the UK triggers Article 50
The Financial Times has referenced Policy Exchange’s report ’Going Round in Circles: Developing a new approach to waste policy following Brexit’ in an article entitled ‘Recycling industry looks to claw best from Brexit’
David Goodhart — Policy Exchange’s Head of Demography, Immigration, and Integration — appeared on Newsnight to discuss diversity, in the wake of the Westminster terrorist attack, and in light of his latest book, ‘The Road to Somewhere’. During the interview, he also made reference to his recent Policy Exchange work on integration, and specifically the ICM polling undertaken to inform the ‘Unsettled Belonging’ report, which he cowrote with Martyn Frampton and Khalid Mahmood MP.
This Sunday Times article by Mark Macaskill discusses the views of Warwick Lightfoot, Policy Exchange’s Head of Economics and Social Policy, and Research Director. Referring to a recent blog piece Lightfoot wrote on Scottish independence, Macaskill reports that ‘a proposal by the SNP for tackling Scotland’s multibillion-pound budget deficit in the event of independence has been described as “implausible” by a leading economist.’
Watch The Rt. Hon. Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy deliver a speech and answer questions at Policy Exchange’s ‘Developing a Modern Industrial Strategy’ conference