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‘How to Prepare for the future’, by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP

Politeia’s Winter Address by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

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‘What Next? The Shape of the UK-EU Financial Services Deal’, by Barnabas Reynolds

The Government’s Brexit aims can be fashioned to enhance the City’s world lead in financial services, says Barnabas Reynolds, a leading UK and EU regulatory lawyer.

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Established in 1995, Politeia is a forum for discussing economic, constitutional and social policy. It focuses on the role of the state in people’s lives. Politeia aims to encourage the best policies for a free society under the rule of law, a prosperous economy based on free markets and competition, and excellent systems for education, health care and pensions.

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‘How to Prepare for the future’, by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP

Politeia’s Winter Address by The Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Read More

‘What Next? The Shape of the UK-EU Financial Services Deal’, by Barnabas Reynolds

The Government’s Brexit aims can be fashioned to enhance the City’s world lead in financial services, says Barnabas Reynolds, a leading UK and EU regulatory lawyer.

Read More

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  • ‘Time for a Truce on Grammars, Mr Corbyn!’, by Sheila Lawlor

    March 24, 2017

    Grammar Schools have a part to play in raising the bar for all, says Politeia’s Director, Sheila Lawlor.

    The mowing down of innocent pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and the fatal knifing of a police officer guarding Parliament has overshadowed other – and what may seem – more prosaic matters. Just hours before the attack in Parliament itself, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s leader, had challenged the prime minister over education. He is hostile to the proposals for new grammar schools and their funding. And, a report issued the same day by the universities’ clearing house, UCAS, was taken to mean schools faced greater than ever teacher shortages, since the numbers applying for teacher training fell in 2016.

    Mrs May did not refer to that report or to other data on retention in the profession when responding to Mr Corbyn in parliament: instead she reminded him that his was a… read on

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  • The Rt Hon David Gauke MPThe Rt Hon David Gauke MPChief Secretary to the Treasury

    For over two decades now, Politeia has carved out an important role for itself in our political life – not only facilitating public debate on the big questions we face, but helping to shape it too.

  • Rt Hon Sir Vince CableRt Hon Sir Vince Cable

    Politeia has been, in my experience, a very good forum for discussing important policy issues from first principle.

  • Rt Hon Frank Field MPRt Hon Frank Field MP

    Politeia's generosity in opening up its forum to a wide range of views makes it for me a very attractive think tank.

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    Politeia is ... an important part ... of what keeps the intellectual arguments in British politics alive. It has a distinguished past and a bright future.

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