We publish research, hold events and run campaigns to support the policy debate and develop new thinking for the next generation of centre right thinkers and leaders.
Our work on the UK’s changing electoral geography led us to identify the importance of the Red Wall and Workington Man ahead of the 2019 election. This programme is focused on the changing values and voting patterns of the electorate and the future of the Union.
Established a year before COP26, this programme is dedicated to developing practical and politically possible ways for the UK to meet its net zero ambitions and lead the world in decarbonisation. It is supported by ECF and Purpose Foundation.
A landmark programme to understand the changing nature of community in different parts of the UK, and explore ways to repair the social fabric of different places in meaningful and practical ways. Our Social Fabric programme is currently supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Shelter and Power to Change.
Our work on the UK’s regional disparities has been the engine behind the levelling up agenda. This programme focuses on bridging the UK’s longstanding spatial inequalities and bringing economic opportunity to places which have lagged behind for too long.