ConservativeHome covers Steve Hilton's recent talk at Policy Exchange discussing his book More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First. Steve made the case for massive decentralisation of government, arguing that it is easier to reinvent the whole system than it is to implement incremental tinkering to a broken system.
Jonathan Simons, Policy Exchange's Head of Education, appears on the Schools Week podcast alongside Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan looking at a Conservative government will mean for education.
Times Higher Education report comments made by Jonathan Simons, Head of Education at Policy Exchange, at a recent Pearson seminar that the true essence of a government comes through in its second term. If there is such a thing as 'Cameronism', Jonathan argues, we may see it now.
Inside Housing's Colin Wiles highlight's Policy Exchange's significant influence on housing policy in a piece listing 8 of our policy recommendations that he believes could be in the government's pipeline for implementation over the next 12 months.
Thomas Cawston, Policy Exchange's Head of Health, is quoted in The Economist pointing out that the NHS's Five Year Forward View and its commitment to patient choice points towards further privatisation of the NHS.
Telegraph Defence Editor Con Coughlin cites figures from Policy Exchange's Clearing the Fog of Law report that nearly 2,000 lawsuits are pending against the MoD and individuals who have participated in recent military campaigns in an article calling for soldiers to be protected from dubious lawsuits.
Writing in The Guardian Tim Bale, Professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, cites the significant impact that Policy Exchange has had on the policies adopted by the three main parties in their 2015 election manifestos.