23rd November 2017

James Dobson: Huffington Post: Theresa May Must Demonstrate Her Liberal Credentials With Increased Rights For Transgender People

22nd November 2017

Ryan Shotthouse: the i: The key to young peoples’ votes lies in housing

21st November 2017

Sam Hall: Reaction: Hammond must think big on housing

21st November 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: Evening Standard: This is Philip Hammond's chance to show he is a champion of a fair society

20th November 2017

Ben Caldecott: The Telegraph: Combine ecology with market forces for a greener and pleasanter post-Brexit Britain

20th November 2017

Eamonn Ives: Brexit Central: How to reform rural payments and make a ‘green Brexit’ a reality

10th November 2017

Sam Hall: Green Alliance: Conservatives need new climate policies to attract young voters

9th November 2017

Laura Round: CityAM: Should Phillip Hammond put the Universal Credit roll-out on hold?

1st November 2017

Sam Hall: ConservativeHome: Environmental policy can help Conservatives win over younger voters

29th October 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Sunday Times: Universal credit can work, but it needs tweaks  

26th October 2017

James Dobson: Huffington Post: Tackling Racial Disparities Through Name-Blind Recruitment

13th October 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: The Times: Vice-chancellor pay and a link to performance

11th October 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: ConservativeHome: Localism is not illiberal 

11th October 2017

Alexandra Jezeph: Part of Labour's appeal is simply the offer of change

4th October 2017

Laura Round: The Times: Climate change is the issue young voters most want to hear about

3rd October 2017

Kate Maltby: CapX: Faded memories are what make socialism so dangerous

3rd October 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Research*: Reforms not revolution

2nd October 2017

Laura Round: Channel 4: Tory activists mull over lost majority

1st October 2017

Kate Maltby: The Guardian: The Tories need to find ways to engage younger voters, or risk extinction

30th September 2017

Sam Hall: The Telegraph: Winning the youth vote needn't be hard for the Tories – there are plenty of good policies available

21st September 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: ConservativeHome: Universities have enjoyed a leap in funding – vice-chancellors must act responsibly in return

20th September 2017

Sam Hall: The Daily Telegraph: True cost of fossil fuels

18th September 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: BBC Radio 4: Westminster Hour

12th September 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: London Evening Standard: Raise the threshold for loan repayment

12th September 2017

Eamonn Ives: ConservativeHome: An offshore wind of change is blowing

12th September 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Times: If student loan reform led to a tax cut, the Tories could be onto something

6th September 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: BBC Radio 4: The Today Programme

6th September 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: The Times: Vice-chancellor pay

25th August 2017

james Dobson: CapX: Why the Tories should become the party of human rights

23rd August 2017

Sir Michael Tugendhat: The Telegraph: Conservatives should respect the rule of law by protecting European human rights laws post-Brexit

17th August 2017

Kate Maltby: The Guardian: You can be a Tory moderniser without stealing ideas from Labour

17th August 2017

Antoinette Sandbach MP: ConservativeHome: We won’t make a success of Brexit if we don’t boost productivity

17th August 2017

Chris Green MP: Reaction: Be prepared for the world of work to change

17th August 2017

Ed Vaizey MP: CapX: For its future prosperity, Britain must get creative

17th August 2017

Lord Maude: The Telegraph: Tories must embrace capitalism to prepare Britain for Brexit and reconnect with the young

17th July 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: 25 years on- reflections on social justice

17th July 2017

James Dobson: ConservativeHome: How Conservatives can lead the fight against discrimination

17th July 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Telegraph: Brexit is Britain's chance to become a human rights superpower

17th July 2017

Kate Maltby: The Guardian: My Tory party has gambled away its reputation. It needs more than a new leader

7th July 2017

Sam Hall: The Telegraph: France's grandstanding on petrol cars belies the revolution that is already underway

5th July 2017

Sam Hall: CapX: The Tories must modernise or face defeat

5th July 2017

Sam Hall: The Guardian: Public sector pay

4th July 2017

James Dobson: The Times: Tuition fees are a success story and the Tories should keep them

3rd July 2017

Matthew d'Ancona: The Guardian: What do the Tories do now? One question, three solutions

14th June 2017

Sam Hall: The Times: Focus on issues that the young care about and the Tories can earn their vote

4th June 2017 

Kate Maltby: CNN: Murderers came to my city tonight

31st May 2017

Sam Hall: The Telegraph: The world doesn't need the US to lead climate change action – China will do it instead

26th May 2017

Laura Round: Fubar Radio: Who has the best manifesto for Britain?

26th May 2017

Sam Hall: Prospect: Theresa May’s artful balance of populism and globalism

26th May 2017

Rupert Myers: City AM: Following a series of leaks, were UK police forces right to stop sharing key intelligence with US authorities?

12th May 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Guardian: Drop the Tories’ migration target, Theresa May. It’s unrealistic and ineffective

9th May 2017

Rupert Myers: The Times: We should not shut our doors to foreign students

9th May 2017

James Dobson: iNews: Ditch the 100,000 target – we need different caps for different types of migrants

7th May 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Observer: What should be in the Tory manifesto? 

6th May 2017

Sam Hall: The Independent: Brexit is an opportunity to reinvigorate our woodland – the Conservatives should seize it

3rd May 2017

Alan Mak: CapX: How Britain can lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution

2nd May 2017

Sunder Katwala: Reaction: Time to work together on making a success of Brexit 

2nd May 2017

Matthew Elliot: ConservativeHome: Leavers? Remainers? Forget it. Most of us are Brexiteers now 

27th April 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse: ConservativeHome: The Tory manifesto should offer loans for childcare and retraining, and better pay for teachers 

24th April 2017

Sam Hall: CapX: Give cities the power to clean up their air 

20th April 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Guardian: Why the election could make Theresa May more liberal

6th April 2017

James Dobson: Huffington Post: Theresa May Must Commit To The ECHR

5th April 2017

Sam Hall: The Times: Hardliners beware: Tory voters want a green Brexit

4th April 2017

Sam Hall: Conservative Home: Conservative voters are more green than stereotype would suggest

31st March 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Prospect: The right-wing case against populism

24th March 2017

Sam Hall: Bsuiness Green: An opportunity to cut harmful air pollution from coal

22nd March 2017 

Ryan Shorthouse & Sunder Katwala: The Telegraph: A quick agreement on EU nationals in the UK can pave the way for a good Brexit deal

18th March 2017

James Dobson: Conservative Home: Leaving the EU – but not Europe – must include remaining a proud signatory of the ECHR

15th March 2017

Laura Round: The Telegraph: Brexiteers should pray Geert Wilders doesn't get anywhere near power today

10th March 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Times: The self-employed should pay the same as everyone else

3rd March 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Conservative Home: Balancing the budget. Make private schools pay VAT. End ring-fencing. Charge for missed GP appointments

24th February 2017

James Dobson: The Times: The government should scrap its immigration target

23rd February 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: City AM: Scrap the utopian net migration target (among other things) to reconcile traditionalists and liberals on immigration

9th February 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Guardian: The housing crisis, the Brexit bill and the French election

5th February 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: The Times: The Donald Effect

31st January 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Scotland Tonight

29th January 2017

Sam Hall: The Big Questions

27th January 2017

James Dobson: Reaction: Donald Trump is wrong: torture is illegal, immoral and ineffective

19th January 2017

Laura Round: Tip TV: Politics Show

19th January 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: Prospect: Lucky us

18th January 2017

Sam Hall: The Independent: The right in America may deny climate change but conservatives in the UK are taking action

9th January 2017

Ryan Shorthouse: i news: Theresa May has shown that conservatism can be about social responsibility, not just individual success

22nd December 2016

Anne Mulder. IB Times: Theresa May has no negotiation strategy for Brexit – the UK is heading for a lose-lose

22nd December 2016

John Curtice. New Statesman: Brexit will be the biggest challenge to the two-party system

22nd December 2016

Tim Bale. ConservativeHome: Are elections won by members or money?

22nd December 2016

Jonathan Grant. CapX: Why we experts must learn a different language

22nd December 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Guardian: Don’t blame the elite – that’s the politics of nihilism and envy

16th December 2016

Jon Yates. Huffington Post: Why We Must Take The Building Of A ‘Common Life’ Seriously

16th December 2016

Charles Clover. Insidetrack: We should use Brexit to put things right for our fishermen and for fish

16th December 2016

Suella Fernandes. ConservativeHome: We need a clear, comprehensive integration strategy to fight social segregation

16th December 2016

Louise Casey. The Times: What’s bad for white women is bad for all women

16th December 2016

James O'Shaughnessy. Reaction: Education as a force for integration

16th December 2016

Chuka Umunna. Prospect: Harnessing the power of patriotism

14th December 2016

Sam Hall. Reaction: Going green doesn’t cost the earth

9th December 2016

Kate Maltby. Financial Times: Integration of UK immigrants is a two-way process

8th December 2016

Sam Hall. The Independent: 145 MPs pledge to make UK greenest country in world after Brexit

7th December 2016 

James Dobson. The Independent: After Brexit, the Government's record on human rights needs closer scrutiny

21st November 2016

Nigel Fletcher. The Telegraph: The Chancellor should show the good a Tory government can do

21st November 2016

Nigel Fletcher. Unlock Democracy: Taking Back Control: Putting our own (upper) house in order

18th November 2016

Will Humphries. Huffington Post: Elections Likely To Be Won Or Lost On Housing

11th November 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. ConservativeHome: Don’t bend to this anti-establishment rage. Challenge and confront it

11th November 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: Conservatives should reform welfare on a simple principle: you get out what you put in

2nd November 2016

James Dobson. Public Finance: Grammar schools: selective memory

31st October 2016

Sam Hall. Huffington Post: We Need A More Ambitious Plan To Clean Up Our Air

21st October 2016

James Dobson. CapX: Foreign students are one of Britain’s greatest exports 

14th October 2016 

Alexandra Jezeph. Inside Housing: Market guidance

11th October 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: Yes, I am part of the liberal metropolitan elite, and I'm bloody proud of it 

7th October 2016

Sam Hall. Reaction: Green shoots are appearing for Theresa May’s new government

5th October 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Times: Fairer education

4th October 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Guardian: Amber Rudd pledges to prevent migrants 'taking jobs British people could do' 

3rd October 2016

Nigel Fletcher. The Times: May’s ‘nasty party’ speech proved she’s always been a moderniser

3rd October 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: Is Theresa May holding back Conservative modernisation – or driving it forward?

1st October 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Guardian: 100 days after the Brexit vote: what should Theresa May do next?

25th September 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Times: Good nurseries create level playing field

15th September 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Guardian: Grammar schools and boundary reform – Politics Weekly podcast

9th September 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. Radio 4: May's plans for new grammar schools under fire 

31st August 2016

Sam Hall. Conservative Home: Home improvements could give consumers control over their energy bills

31st August 2016

Sam Hall. Business Green: We need a new Green Deal

28th August 2016

Sam Hall. Yorkshire Post: Clean up our act and drive dirty cars off the road

3rd August 2016

Sam Hall. The Times: Breathing easily: how to tackle the blight of dirty air in our cities

29th July 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: Building a good pre-school education for all

26th July 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Spectator: Brexit provides the perfect opportunity to crack the immigration question

22nd July 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. Prospect: Big question: Does Britain need a new political party?

22nd July 2016

James Dobson & Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: The pervasive myth that grammar schools promote social mobility

8th July 2016

Sam Hall. The Guardian: Liberal Tories support Sadiq Khan on air pollution

1st July 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Telegraph: No matter who wins the Tory leadership, we are entering the world of Cameronism 2.0

20th June 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Times: A message for the Tory modernisers: Remain and reform

7th June 2016

Ben Caldecott. ConservativeHome: Ignore the scaremongering – phasing out coal won’t make the lights go out

2nd June 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. The Independent: Even we Conservatives know that welfare is in trouble, but Universal Basic Income isn’t the answer

10th May 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. Prospect: What should Stephen Crabb do?

8th April 2016

Ben Caldecott and Sam Hall. ConservativeHome: It's time for green conservatism to flourish

2nd April 2016

David Kirkby. ConservativeHome: The National Living Wage could undermine the Northern Powerhouse – so let’s vary it by region

29th March 2016

Timothy Stanley. The Spectator: British Christian must start to act and think like a minority

22nd March 2016

Trevor Phillips OBE. The New Statesman: What can the Conservatives do for ethnic minority Britons

22nd March 2016

Damian Green MP. ConservativeHome: What should be in the British Bill of Rights

27th February 2016

David Kirkby. ConservativeHome: How to help the self-employed

26th February 2016

David Kirkby. ERSA: On the impact of Universal Credit on self-employed people on a low income

15th January 2016

David Kirkby. Prospect: Big question: Is the government right about “sink estates”?

13th January 2016

Ryan Shorthouse. New Statesman: "The "Big Society" is alive and well in David Cameron's latest speech"


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