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Recent Press Releases
The UK Supreme Court’s decision today that it lacks jurisdiction to hear an appeal from Wightman means, regrettably, that it will not be able to consider and correct the Court of Session’s unconstitutional judgment, which referred which referred the question whether an Article 50 notification is unilaterally revocable to the Court of Justice of the European Union. The CJEU is now due to hear argument in this case on Tuesday 27th November.
Policy Exchange welcomes the updated National Planning Policy Framework’s focus on design announced by Secretary of State James Brokenshire today (24th July), as recommended in our recent report, Building More, Building Beautiful. The UK needs more homes but there is often strong local resistance to development – building attractive homes is key to overcoming Nimbyism. Policy Exchange polling found that most people prefer traditional design like Georgian and Victorian terraces, Edwardian mansion blocks.
As Policy Exchange hosts a major conference on the future of the Union, exclusive new polling reveals that popular support for Union remains strong and British identification is robust’.
A post Brexit immigration system should clamp down on low skilled EU immigration but adopt a lighter touch approach for professionals, argues Policy Exchange’s Head of Demography, Immigration and Integration, David Goodhart, in a new paper Immigration After Brexit.
The UK should double the proportion of its international aid budget spent on research and development in order to solve the most pressing global challenges and support the Government’s Industrial Strategy, says Policy Exchange in Global Britain, Global Solutions, a new report with a Foreword by George Freeman MP. In 2015, British aid for R&D amounted to £419 million; over the medium term we should increase this both to help the poorest people in the world and to support the UK’s world leading scientists.