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Britain must not accept Germany’s proposed EU court in disguise

Britain must not accept Germany’s proposed EU court in disguise

Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project warns that the latest German proposal for a joint EU-UK court is merely an extension of the CJEU by other means, ahead of the UK presenting formal proposals for the future of EU citizens in Britain next week. Having shown why continuing CJEU jurisdiction over post-Brexit Britain will not work, Visiting Scholar Gunnar Beck now says that Germany’s proposal for an EU-UK court which follows the CJEU will not be impartial

Going Round in Circles: Developing a new approach to waste policy following Brexit

Going Round in Circles: Developing a new approach to waste policy following Brexit

In a major new report, Going Round in Circles, Policy Exchange says that Brexit presents a huge opportunity for the UK Government to develop a new approach to waste and resources policy. The report highlights significant shortcomings in the EU’s approach to waste and recycling: the objectives are increasingly unclear, the targets are badly designed, and the policies are not in the UK’s interest.

Policy Exchange announces new education and social reform team

Policy Exchange announces new education and social reform team

Policy Exchange is delighted to announce the appointment of a new education and social reform team to continue their agenda setting work in this area. All three new team members are practising teachers, who will bring a quarter of a century of frontline experience to...
Move 25,000 civil servants out of London to turbo charge devolution

Move 25,000 civil servants out of London to turbo charge devolution

Policy Exchange’s new report ‘Delivering Differently’ argues as many as one third (25,000) of London-based civil servants should be relocated to city regions and local authorities if the new government wants to boost productivity and innovation in public service delivery.

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