Andrew Tyrie, former chairman of the Competition & Markets Authority, is calling for the establishment of a new research body based in and answerable to Parliament, to beef up select committees’ ability to hold quangos to account.
A new report by Julie Marson MP shows how Social Impact Bonds, and other outcomes-based approaches, could deliver better services for less money.
A landmark collection of essays by leading Conservative politicians to make the case for a stronger United Kingdom.
Britain has made impressive progress on decarbonisation – but the most painful part of the process lies ahead.
New CPS briefing note urges the Chancellor to avoid raising fuel and alcohol duties or risk aggravating the cost of living crisis
The welfare state in Britain has become uniquely unpopular. A major three-year research programme, including polling and focus groups by the Centre for Policy Studies and Public First investigating public attitudes to the welfare state, has concl