The Telegraph cites findings from Policy Exchange's A Rising Tide report which show that new free schools, rather than sucking talent from and undermining nearby schools, actually help drag up results in neighbouring schools.
Jonathan Simons, Policy Exchange's Head of Education, is quoted by BBC News arguing that pilot studies show that universal free school meals don't have a direct impact on improving BMI or childhood obesity, and are not the best use of money in tight financial circumstances.
Comments made by Policy Exchange's Head of Housing & Planning Chris Walker that, should the ONS reclassify housing associations as public bodies, the government's most obvious reaction would be to privatise them, are covered Inside Housing.
Comments made by Eddie Copeland, Policy Exchange's Head of Technology Policy, at a recent workshop event are covered by Government Computing. Eddie argued that due to the isolated way in which local government IT has organically developed, councils are a long way from being able to adopt open standards and share services.
Police Professional covers Low Crime for All, the latest report from Policy Exchange's London-focussed Capital City Foundation unit, calling for 2,400 more police officers to be 'visible and available' on foot patrol throughout London.
In a THE article on what the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader could mean for higher education policy, Policy Exchange's Head of Education Jonathan Simons is quoted questioning how Corbyn's plans to scrap tuition fees would be funded.
Writing on 24dash.com, housing expert Colin Wiles reports that Goldman Sachs have been appointed by the government to consider how proposals from Policy Exchange Freeing Housing Associations report might be implemented.