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This new report — by Dr Martyn Frampton, David Goodhart, and Khalid Mahmood — involves the most extensive research of British Muslims ever conducted, and ‘finds they broadly share the same views as the rest of the population’.
This new commentary, written by Jonathan Dupont — Policy Exchange Economic and Social Policy Research Fellow — contends that ‘given the current stability of the economy, there is no need for dramatic policy interventions, and the Chancellor should be unafraid to deliver a steady-as-it-goes Autumn Statement’
Bittersweet Success? Glass Ceilings for Britain’s Ethnic Minorities at the Top of Business and the Professions
This major new Policy Exchange report on ethnic minority progression at the top of business and the professions is a story of glass half full and glass half empty
In this new report, Richard Howard — Policy Exchange’s Head of Energy and Environment — urges the government to provide clarity about the future of the Carbon Price Support in the forthcoming Autumn Statement
New Policy Exchange report sets out the economic and environmental case for creating a smarter power system, using clean technologies such as battery storage and demand response.
This briefing note gives an overview of the current evidence on the impact of development spending in R&D, with a particular focus on life sciences — the jewel in the crown of the UK economy.
In this new report for Policy Exchange’s Capital City Foundation, Nick Ferrari argues that Uber should pay more tax and operate more safely, but that black cabs need change, too.
Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project new paper by Richard Ekins commenting on ‘Brexit and Judicial Power’ coincides with a panel event on the same theme, chaired by Lord Judge, former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.
Policy Exchange argues that Housing Associations should be given more freedoms to build so that the Government can meet its housing target.