Blogs in:

18 July 2016 | Preparing for Brexit: PX announces four major new workstreams

  • Policy Exchange announces a series of events and publications focusing on trade, immigration, foreign policy and judicial power in post-Brexit UK.

  • 18 July 2016 | Is Sadiq Khan’s air pollution plan fair and proportionate?

  • Richard Howard, Head of Policy Exchange’s Environment & Energy Unit, provides a critique of the Mayor of London’s new plan of measures to tackle air pollution in the capital.

  • 15 July 2016 | Theresa May’s first speech as prime minister: the ‘life chances’ challenge

  • Rebecca Lowe Coulson examines Theresa May’s first speech as prime minister and its '‘life chances agenda'.

  • 15 July 2016 | Green groups should embrace, not bemoan, the merger of DECC and BIS

  • Richard Howard, Head of Policy Exchange’s Environment & Energy Unit, discusses the Prime Minister’s decision to merge DECC into the new department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy.

  • 15 July 2016 | A vote against the mass immigration society

  • David Goodhart, head of the Demography, immigration and integration unit at Policy Exchange, writes for Prospect about mass immigration and the consequences of the referendum.

  • 05 July 2016 | The role of intervention in future UK foreign policy,

  • Dr John Bew, head of our new National Security unit, discusses Intervention in UK foreign policy, a Policy Exchange project by Tom Tugendhat MP and the late Jo Cox MP

  • 01 July 2016 | The Implications of Brexit on energy and environmental policy – Part 2

  • Policy Exchange continues to explore how the nature of the UK’s relationship with the EU could impact on energy and environment policy.

  • 24 June 2016 | The implications of Brexit on energy and environmental policy

  • In this blog, Richard Howard discusses the implications of the vote to leave the EU on energy and environmental policy, identifying the key questions, uncertainties and next steps.

  • 20 June 2016 | The Cultural Roots of Crime

  • Policy Exchange Chairman David Frum discusses the rise and fall of violence in America with criminal-justice scholar Barry Latzer.

  • 08 June 2016 | The Future Outlook for Primary Schools

  • Jonathan Simons considers what opportunities the growth of MATs means for primary schools and primary teachers.

  • blogs