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23 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Education Policy Institute executive director (and former civil servant) Natalie Perera considers what’s in line for schools

22 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, David Henig looks at how the government can realise its post-Brexit ambitions for international trade

21 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Tom Forth calls for transparency in government spending decisions

17 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, the Institute for Government director of research’s Emma Norris considers plans for civil service reform, and their history

17 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Jon Rouse explores the impetus to expand public health initiatives in 2020

16 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Policy Exchange’s Iain Mansfield considers plans for civil service reform

15 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Darren Shirley of Campaign for Better Transport looks at what Conservative pledges mean for connectivity

13 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this entry, Dan Corry discusses how prime minister Boris Johnson can use his majority to boost the effectiveness of charities

13 January 2020

In our January issue, CSW asks experts to give their thoughts on the new government’s policy priorities. In this first entry, Andrew Mitchell MP sets out why the government must keep the Department for International Development in the looming machinery of government changes