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ArticlesSam Robinson
December 9, 2021

Sam Robinson: Sunak’s tax policy is trying to straddle two worlds and failing on both fronts

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 3, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: The early years development gap. Is it time to make pre-school education compulsory?

ArticlesJoseph Silke
December 2, 2021

Joseph Silke: However well intentioned, Harper’s Law is a mistake

ArticlesJoseph Silke
November 30, 2021

Joseph Silke: London’s transport system must not be sacrificed on the altar of ‘levelling up’

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
November 2, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: The age of Brexit Blairism: Rishi Sunak bet his budget on New Labour’s success

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
September 22, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: Times letters: Blended learning

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
September 9, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: How many lives does Boris Johnson the promise-breaker have left?

Articles
September 6, 2021

Tobias Ellwood MP: Our shrinking military leaves us vulnerable

ArticlesJoseph Silke
August 24, 2021

Joseph Silke: Scotland should press ahead with safe consumption rooms after failure of ‘prohibition’

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
August 18, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: Times letters: Afghan refugees

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
August 17, 2021

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Abortion numbers are at an all-time high – it means reforms are working

ArticlesJoseph Silke
August 3, 2021

Joseph Silke: Scotland’s drug deaths are a national disgrace – but there is a clear way forward

Articles
July 30, 2021

Josh Buckland: How a new carbon pricing system can provide a credible path to Net Zero

Articles
July 29, 2021

Sarah Sands: Education makes girls an economic asset and offers them agency

ArticlesPatrick Hall
July 22, 2021

Patrick Hall: Blitz spirit now needed to save planet

Andrew LemingArticles
July 6, 2021

Andrew Leming: The G7 missed a chance on greening export finance

Articles
July 1, 2021

Diane Banks: The social media influencers are just getting started

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
June 29, 2021

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: The Government must give EU nationals the security they deserve

ArticlesSam Robinson
June 28, 2021

Sam Robinson: The government must get serious with environmental taxes

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 25, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: Now cut school holidays to help children catch up

Articles
June 11, 2021

Sarah Sands: G7 leaders must pledge to do better for women: we aren’t taking no for an answer

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 3, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: Times letters: Extended school

ArticlesPatrick Hall
June 2, 2021

Patrick Hall: Plugging the gap? Different approaches to road pricing

Articles
June 1, 2021

Kieran Cooke: Levelling up cannot be all things to all people. Here are some of the challenges of turning soundbite into reality.

Andrew LemingArticles
May 31, 2021

Andrew Leming: North Sea oil and gas support is flawed in climate change era

ArticlesSam Robinson
May 21, 2021

Sam Robinson: It’s time to deliver a progressive alternative to Council Tax and Stamp Duty

ArticlesSam Robinson
May 7, 2021

Sam Robinson: Could the Government be doing more to address the potential impacts of youth unemployment?

Articles
May 4, 2021

Sarah Sands: Here comes Hong Kong

ArticlesJoseph Silke
May 3, 2021

Joseph Silke: Climate crisis and putting history before culture wars

ArticlesPatrick Hall
April 23, 2021

Patrick Hall: We need to acknowledge that our climate and conservation goals are not always aligned

ArticlesPatrick Hall
April 22, 2021

Patrick Hall: Why do some countries succeed with electric vehicles?

ArticlesNikita Malik
April 19, 2021

Nikita Malik: Pulling out of Afghanistan risks more terrorism

ArticlesPatrick Hall
April 14, 2021

Patrick Hall: Scrapping the Green Homes Grant could have disastrous consequences for UK energy targets

ArticlesNikita Malik
April 8, 2021

Nikita Malik: Britain’s Immigration Overhaul Is Shortsighted

Articles
April 7, 2021

Diane Banks: The arts are addicted to public money. Set them free

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 26, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: Kids will thank us for shortening the school summer holidays

Andrew LemingArticles
March 23, 2021

Andrew Leming: Green export finance: How UKEF should lead on climate change

ArticlesNikita Malik
March 18, 2021

Nikita Malik: Why is it so difficult to prosecute female terrorists?

ArticlesNikita Malik
March 12, 2021

Nikita Malik: Pandemic Policing: How Has COVID-19 Compromised Our Liberty?

Articles
March 8, 2021

Sarah Sands: The G7 is a chance for women to take their seat at the top table

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 8, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse: How Boris Johnson can go back to the future to make levelling up work

ArticlesSam Robinson
March 3, 2021

Sam Robinson: Round the houses? The Tories and Labour are having the wrong debate about property taxes

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
March 1, 2021

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Why is becoming a British citizen such a rip-off?

Articles
February 27, 2021

Dehenna Davison MP: Levelling up means nobody should be forced to leave their home town

Articles
February 26, 2021

Kwasi Kwarteng MP: How the UK can level up with climate leadership

Articles
February 26, 2021

Baroness Finn: Success of ‘levelling-up’ depends on Civil Service drawing on talent from across UK

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-WakefieldRyan Shorthouse
February 12, 2021

Ryan Shorthouse and Phoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield: Domestic abuse is everyone’s business

ArticlesJoseph Silke
February 10, 2021

Joseph Silke: The government is in danger of fumbling universal credit again

Andrew LemingArticlesCentre Write
February 9, 2021

Andrew Leming: Toward Green Export Finance? Investigating the views of UK exporting firms towards UKEF

Summary This analysis presents the results of polling of a reflective sample of UK exporting firms on three broad areas: their general experiences and views of UK Export Finance (UKEF),…
ArticlesPatrick Hall
February 4, 2021

Patrick Hall: A demand-led on-street chargepoint scheme will be essential to the electric vehicle revolution

ArticlesSam Robinson
December 31, 2020

Sam Robinson: The case for comprehensive property tax reform is long-standing and crystal clear

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 18, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Here’s what Liz Truss should really be calling for

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
December 16, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Why we should grant foreign key workers free British citizenship

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 7, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Unfair rules punish asylum seekers and foreign key workers – it’s time for an overhaul

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
December 2, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Ministers should add legal aid to the ‘levelling up’ agenda

ArticlesSam Robinson
December 1, 2020

Sam Robinson: The best medicine for the Covid economy? Tax reform

ArticlesPatrick Hall
November 16, 2020

Patrick Hall: An electric car revolution is welcome – here’s how they can be affordable for everyone

ArticlesCentre WritePhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
November 12, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield: A better reward? Public attitudes to citizenship

Summary This analysis tests public attitudes on the importance of, benefits of and criteria for citizenship. The findings provide policy ideas for — and a strong case to — this…
ArticlesSam Robinson
November 5, 2020

Sam Robinson: If Sunak is planning a future tax raid he must support the self-employed now

Articles
November 1, 2020

Sarah Sands: Books, the Beeb and our Tolstoyan times

Andrew LemingArticles
October 26, 2020

Andrew Leming: Powering into the Future? UK nuclear strategy after Hitachi

ArticlesSam Robinson
October 5, 2020

Anvar Sarygulov: British public consensus on reaching net zero must be preserved

ArticlesSam Robinson
October 1, 2020

Sam Robinson: Sunak’s jobs support scheme needs fine-tuning

Alexander GriffithsArticles
September 7, 2020

Alexander Griffiths: The Government’s export credit agency needs to clean up its act

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
August 14, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: University is still the safest bet to a good life

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
August 8, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: No, family values are not in decline

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
July 15, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: The office is a force for good, but partial home-working could be the future

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
July 1, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: What right and left alike fail to see: life is filled with randomness

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 9, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: White people should not be shut out from the discussion we need on racial inequality

ArticlesJoseph Silke
May 26, 2020

Joseph Silke: Why £23,000 a day to run York Minster is worth every penny