Policy Exchange launched “Britain in the World”, examining the long-term future of British national security policy. The project will be launched by the Secretary of State for Defence, Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP.
Policy Exchange invites you to a book launch with Ruth Dudley Edwards, winner of the James Tait Black Prize, to launch her new book The Seven: The Lives and Legacies of the Founding Fathers of the Irish Republic.
Policy Exchange is delighted to host an event that will bring together speakers who have contrasting views on the freedom of speech. Our panelists include: Munira Mirza, Jess Phillips MP, Kitty Parker Brooks, and Douglas Murray.
Policy Exchange was delighted to host the Rt Hon David Cameron’s speech on prison reform - the first time in over 20 years that a Prime Minister has made a speech solely on the subject. His address contained a number of announcements, many of which stemmed from Policy Exchange reports, including replacing old run-down jails with modern prisons.
Policy Exchange was delighted to launch the new Demography, Immigration and Integration Unit. New unit head David Goodhart, founding Editor of Prospect magazine and former Director of Demos, will be joined by a small panel of experts including Louise Casey and Trevor Phillips, former Head of the Equalities Commission, with the introduction of an original piece of research on the best and worst integrated areas in the country.
Policy Exchange was to host the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt Hon Alistair Darling; Lord Hoffmann, former Law Lord; and Lord Justice Bean to discuss Policy Exchange's Judicial Power Project's new report Judging the Public Interest. The discussion was chaired by Baroness O’Neill of Bengarve, and also included the report authors Professor Christopher Forsyth and Professor Richard Ekins.
For the launch of our forthcoming Governing Power report, Policy Exchange is hosting a discussion on how our energy industry are markets are run. With more than 20 bodies involved in the administration of the energy industry, this event considers ways to rationalise energy institutions to reduce cost and complexity.
With the announced closure of the flagship Green Deal scheme this Summer, there is now uncertainty about the future of household energy efficiency policy in the UK. New policy thinking is needed in this area. This ‘Dragon’s Den’ style event will see a number of experts pitch their policy ideas on how to incentivise households to adopt energy efficiency measures, to be critiqued by our panel of Policy Dragons.