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21 July 2016 | Brexit and Judicial Power

  • Policy Exchange host a panel discussion of what Brexit means for judicial power in our constitution chaired by Lord Judge, formerly Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.

  • 18 July 2016 | How should Britain negotiate trade deals post-Brexit?

  • Policy Exchange hosts Dr Geoff Raby, former Australian Ambassador to China and to the World Trade Organisation, to discuss how a post-Brexit UK can negotiate trade deals around world.

  • 13 July 2016 | Housing: what do we want from the new Government?

  • Policy Exchange discusses the challenges facing the housing sector and what do we want from the new Government.

  • 11 July 2016 | Brexit - Bringing Britain together after the vote

  • Policy Exchange invites an expert panel to discuss what the referendum tells us about the fault lines in modern Britain and what politics can do to mend them.

  • 28 June 2016 | Science, the State, and the City: Britain’s Struggle to Succeed in Biotechnology

  • Policy Exchange hosts Sir Geoffrey Owen. Matt Ridley and George Freeman MP, Life Sciences Minister to discuss science, the state, and the city.

  • 07 June 2016 | 'Rethinking CO2: how can we put it to use?’

  • Policy Exchange hosts the Rt Hon Lord Deben PC and others to discuss the potential of Carbon Capture and Use technologies.

  • 26 May 2016 | "Staying the course: managing challenges to UK energy policy"

  • Policy Exchange host a discuss on the scale and pace of change needed for the UK to achieve its future decarbonisation goals.

  • 18 May 2016 | City And the Citizen: Building for Community

  • Policy Exchange's Capital City Foundation hosts a panel discussion on how to build cities as durable settlement?

  • 10 May 2016 | Creating a 'powerful knowledge' curriculum in schools

  • Policy Exchange's Education Unit and ASCL host a panel discussion on the role of 'powerful knowledge' in schools today.

  • 27 April 2016 | London: An Integration Success Story?

  • London is widely hailed as one of the places where integration has been a success and where immigrant communities blend into the mainstream. But is this true? What is the actual state of London integration beyond the headline claims?

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