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  • The Elephant in the Room: Why UK living standards may be lower in 2030 than they were in 2019 or even 2007 and what we can do to stop this happening

    Covid-19 has forced the UK into an economic crisis, generating the deep recession with which we are now faced. To bounce back, this book argues, we need a fundamental…

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  • Conflicting estimates of the benefits of freer trade with the United States: the European Commission (2017) vs the Department for International Trade (2020)

    The Trade Secretary is reported to be prepared to rip up the Trade Department’s rulebooks on assessing deals in an attempt to improve how it measures the economic benefits…

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  • A Long March through the Institutions: Understanding and responding to China’s influence in international organisations

    The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a reassessment among Western powers of their approach to China. This report by Radomir Tylecote and Robert Clark analyses China’s strategy towards international…

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  • ‘The New Syria?’: Critical perspectives on the deradicalisation and reintegration of Islamist offenders

    Following the recent terror attacks on London Bridge and Streatham by Islamist terror offenders – who had been released from prison half-way through their sentences via the automatic release scheme…

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  • Fallen through the cracks: Unregistered Islamic marriages in England and Wales, and the future of legislative reform

    A significant number of Muslim women in the United Kingdom are in unregistered religious-only marriages, many of whom will be unaware that they lack legal protections and access to…

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The Elephant in the Room
Conflicting estimates of the benefits of freer trade with the United States
A Long March through the Institutions
‘The New Syria?’
Fallen through the cracks

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The Elephant in the Room

The Elephant in the Room: Why UK living standards may be lower in 2030 than they were in 2019 or…

Covid-19 has forced the UK into an economic crisis, generating the deep recession with…

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A Long March through the Institutions

A Long March through the Institutions: Understanding and responding to China’s influence in international organisations

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a reassessment among Western powers of their approach to…

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‘The New Syria?’

‘The New Syria?’: Critical perspectives on the deradicalisation and reintegration of Islamist offenders

Following the recent terror attacks on London Bridge and Streatham by Islamist terror offenders – who…

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Fallen through the cracks

Fallen through the cracks: Unregistered Islamic marriages in England and Wales, and the future of legislative reform

A significant number of Muslim women in the United Kingdom are in unregistered religious-only…

Read More
The Need For Nations

The Need For Nations

"The greatest political decisions now confronting us concern the nation and its future. These decisions…

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