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Institute for Gov 13h
Sajid Javid has started to spell out the principles that will guide his tax plans, but the chancellor still has much to explain and many difficult questions to answer. New comment from :
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Institute for Gov 15h
The government's plans to pull British diplomats out of EU meetings will damage the UK's post-Brexit interests, argues
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Institute for Gov 17h
EXPLAINER: Boris Johnson's backstop letter to Donald Tusk. What it says and... what it means.
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Institute for Gov 19h
Work with us! We are looking for a Programme Director to be part of our senior team. Find out more and apply by 9 September
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Institute for Gov 19h
New comment: As the government announces plans to pull British diplomats out of EU meetings, argues that the UK's non-attendance could damage its post-Brexit interests
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nicole valentinuzzi 19h
Boris Johnson heads to Europe today - but he sent a letter first. What did he say v what did he mean?
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Georgina Wright 20h
My latest for on why pulling British diplomats out of EU meetings is really not a good idea:
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Institute for Gov 20h
New explainer: Boris Johnson's backstop letter to Donald Tusk. What it says and... what it means.
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Institute for Gov 21h
There is not much time left for Parliament to change the government's approach to before 31 October. What are the possible options available to MPs and how long might they take?
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Joe Marshall Aug 20
Great new blog from . It's great that the Chancellor is talking about tax reform, but more needs to be done to address the inefficiency and unsustainability of the UK tax system...
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Hannah White Aug 20
The chancellor’s tax strategy leaves many questions unanswered argues ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Joe Owen Aug 20
Boris Johnson's opening gambit for negotiations with the EU: What does he say and what does it mean - explained by
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Graham Atkins Aug 20
The week in public services: changing prison sentences; a no-deal Brexit for schools and social care; and *that* £1bn for hospitals: 👇
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Bronwen Maddox Aug 19
Very clear statement from about the problems with the govt’s new immigration plan under
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Nick Davies Aug 20
"On a practical level the [govt's immigration plan] plan is so close to impossible – if not entirely impossible – that one wonders whether the government is serious about making it work" - not pulling any punches
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Joe Marshall Aug 19
1.With MPs calling for Parliament to be recalled early from Summer Recess and clear signs that MPs are poised to try and stop no deal, I’ve been trying to understand the options and challenges ahead. A quick thread.
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Institute for Gov Aug 20
Join our team! We're looking for a Programme Director to lead our work on policy making and the civil service. Applications close on 9 September – find out more
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Hannah White Aug 19
Fancy joining the fantastic team at ⁦ (the ⁩ Think tank of the Year)? We are looking for a new Programme Director... do get in touch for a chat if you are interested...
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Raphael Hogarth Aug 19
The government has committed to a no deal immigration policy without the legal basis, political consensus or practical ability to deliver it, says .
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Jill Rutter Aug 19
Didn't need the Tusk letter to work out Boris Johnson chucked the Chequers compromise from last week via
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