26th November 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

Prospect: Autumn Statement: “Octopus Osborne” triumphs, for now

18th November 2015 – Rebecca Coulson

ConservativeHome: The prison reforms that cannot wait

16th November 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse and James Dobson

ConservativeHome: Reversing the decline in part-time higher education

16th November 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse and James Dobson

Wonkhe: Understanding and reversing the decline in PT students

16th November 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse and James Dobson

Higher Education Policy Institute: New evidence on part-time study from Bright Blue confirms ‘It’s the finance, stupid!’

16th November 2015 – Ben Caldecott and Nick Hurd MP

ConservativeHome: Why coal-fired power stations have to go

13th October 2015 – David Kirkby

How the Conservatives can become the workers’ party

7th October 2015 – Tim Stanley

The Daily Telegraph: Conservative party conference: no jubilation, just serious thinking about what to do next

21st September 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

The Daily Telegraph: The baby boomers are not selfish

21st September 2015 – George Freeman MP

ConservativeHome: New technology can save the NHS

15th September 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

The Daily Telegraph: Current limits on immigration are anti-family and un-Conservative

3rd July 2015 – Ben Caldecott

The Green Alliance Blog: Most climate action has little to do with the UN process

3rd July 2015 – Ben Caldecott

ConservativeHome: How to build Green and Responsible Conservatism in next week’s budget – and more widely

30th June 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

The Spectator: The quality, not quantity, of childcare needs improving

13th June 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse and David Kirkby

The New Statesman: What do ethnic minority voters think about immigration?

13th March 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

The Independent: If I were Prime Minister: I wouldn’t let anyone leave school without meeting the minimum standards

12th March 2015 – David Kirkby

Centre for Cities Blog: Why should the Conservatives care about city devolution?

4th March 2015 –Ryan Shorthouse

Economia: Do shared parental leave reforms need further changes?

2nd March 2015 –Ryan Shorthouse

ConservativeHome: How to form a future without poverty

2nd March 2015 – Kate Green MP

New Statesman: The market, not just the state, needs to up its game to tackle child poverty

2nd March 2015 – Andrew Harrop

Left Foot Forward: Poverty is a structural economic problem that any future government must address

16th February 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse

The Guardian: How the Conservatives can embrace immigration

30th January 2015 – David Kirkby

The Independent: In defence of Westminster – why we should go easier on our politicians

19th January 2015 – Ryan Shorthouse and David Kirkby

The Daily Telegraph: Instead of aping UKIP, Conservatives should be positive about immigration

8th January 2015 – David Kirkby

Yorkshire Post: Ensuring more pay into benefits ‘club’