Analysis

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Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and abroad, presented by distinguished writers, journalists and academics.

How political forces in other countries will shape any future UK-EU deal.
The story, and lessons, of the international effort to end ozone-destroying chemicals.
The story, and lessons, of the international effort to end ozone-destroying chemicals.
Trusting Inmates Oct. 31, 2016
Should we place more trust in prisoners to help them change their lives?
Trusting Inmates Oct. 31, 2016
Should we place more trust in prisoners to help them change their lives?
The Myth of Mobs Oct. 24, 2016
David Edmonds asks social psychologists about the psychology of crowds.
The Myth of Mobs Oct. 24, 2016
David Edmonds asks social psychologists about the psychology of crowds.
Edward Stourton asks if the island of Ireland is where Brexit will matter most.
Edward Stourton asks if the island of Ireland is where Brexit will matter most.
Gentrification Oct. 10, 2016
David Baker asks if too much gentrification is a bad thing?
Gentrification Oct. 10, 2016
David Baker asks if too much gentrification is a bad thing?
Breaking Promises Oct. 3, 2016
Paul Johnson asks if the government should break pledges made to pensioners.
Breaking Promises Oct. 3, 2016
Paul Johnson asks if the government should break pledges made to pensioners.
Is it time for British politics professors to bin their old lecture notes and start again?
Is it time for British politics professors to bin their old lecture notes and start again?
How Low Can Rates Go? July 25, 2016
Martin Wolf examines how the search to revive growth is testing the norms of economics.
How Low Can Rates Go? July 25, 2016
Martin Wolf examines how the search to revive growth is testing the norms of economics.
Professor Alison Wolf on the surprising story of postwar school reform in England.
Professor Alison Wolf on the surprising story of postwar school reform in England.
Money for Nothing July 11, 2016
Should the state pay everyone a universal basic income? Sonia Sodha investigates.