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24 Mar 2020
The system is too rigid to respond rapidly. We must make sure that the sacrifices staff are making now aren’t in vain.
03 Mar 2020
Bad process is less risky in the short-term. But it won’t deliver real change. Matthew Taylor and the Policy Innovation Unit’s Dr Andrea Siodmok explore what makes a process good.
07 Feb 2020
One of the most famous experiments in social psychology took place in Robbers Cave state park, Oklahoma, in the early 1950s.
28 Jan 2020
Ed Cox on the opening of the International Week of Democratic Innovation at the People's History Museum in Manchester.
07 Jan 2020
With both of the main Westminster parties recognising the need for a new focus on England’s regions, it is important they learn from past mistakes and adopt a long-term, principled approach.
17 Nov 2019
The way we vote means the ‘Brexit election’ may not be decisive.
29 Mar 2019
Over the last thousand years our society has evolved how we honour individuals. Is it that time again? FRSA Martin Matthews explores current perceptions of the honours system and suggests why reform is long overdue.
01 Mar 2019
Devolution would be good for Britain. But some of the arguments for it are pretty bad.
25 Feb 2019
As the UK moves into the reality of a post-Brexit state, what should that mean - if anything - for the Constitution?
08 Feb 2019
The idea of a citizens’ assembly on Brexit is moving up the agenda. High-profile advocates such as Gordon Brown and Stella Creasy insist that it could help to break the Brexit deadlock, but widespread scepticism remains.
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