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26 August 2015 | Could 'subsidy-free' CfDs solve UK's renewables policy dilemma?

  • BusinessGreen cites a forthcoming Policy Exchange report - Powering Up - which will discuss subsidgy free CfDs.

  • 25 August 2015 | Natasha Porter discusses Crossing the Line on the Today programme

  • Natasha Porter, Policy Exchange's Deputy Head of Education, appears on the Today programme to discuss Crossing the Line and its calls to charge schools a 'resit levy' for some students that do not attain a C-grade in GSCE English or maths.

  • 25 August 2015 | Natasha Porter discusses Crossing the Line on Victoria Derbyshire

  • Natasha Porter, Policy Exchange's Deputy Head of Education, discusses Crossing the Line on Victoria Derbyshire. The report calls for schools to pay a 'resit levy' for students not achieving a C-grade GCSE in English or Maths, and for this money to be passed on to Further Education colleges where the majority of the required resits for these subjects are held.

  • 25 August 2015 | Schools should be fined for their students' GCSE fails, argues think tank

  • Policy Exchange's latest report, Crossing the Line, is looked at by the Telegraph. The report's author, Policy Exchange Deputy Head of Education Natasha Porter, argues that schools should be forced to pay a 'resit levy' for each pupil that fails to gain at least a C grade in English and Maths GCSEs.

  • 25 August 2015 | Call for school exam failure levy to aid FE colleges

  • BBC News reports on the latest Policy Exchange publication, Crossing the Line. The report argues that funds should be re-allocated from schools to further education colleges if pupils at the school fail to achieve at least a C grade in English and Maths at GCSE.

  • 25 August 2015 | Fine schools whose pupils fail to pass GCSE maths and English, says thinktank

  • The Guardian covers Policy Exchange's new report Crossing the Line. The report suggests that some schools whose pupils fail to gain a C in GCSE English or Maths should have to pay a 'resit levy' to fund the Further Education colleges where most of the required resits for these subjects will take place.

  • 17 August 2015 | Steve Hughes discusses On the Move on BBC Radio 2

  • Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange's Head of Economics & Social Policy, sets out calls from our recent report On the Move for tax concessions for ride sharers.

  • 17 August 2015 | Tax concessions urged to help commuters go the extra mile

  • The Times covers Policy Exchange's new report On the Move. As part of the report's recommendations to improve labour mobility, it calls for tax concessions for ride-share schemes to help bring down the cost of commuting.

  • 17 August 2015 | Ministers must help commuters travel further to get better jobs, says Policy Exchange

  • The Telegraph covers Policy Exchange's new report On the Move, which shows how the Government can do more to help commuters travel further, thereby increasing job opportunities.

  • 17 August 2015 | Tax break call for car sharers: Report says making commuting cheaper could boost employment in smaller towns

  • The Daily Mail covers On The Move, Policy Exchange's new report on improving labour mobility in the workforce. The report shows how decreasing commuter costs would create wider access to major cities and significantly boost employment.