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The Rwanda bill is not the new Brexit


Onward’s Director Sebastian Payne highlights the differences between the Rwanda Bill and Brexit.  He writes:

“With not a single Conservative MP ultimately voting against the Rwanda legislation, here was the proof that this was not like Brexit after all. It might be unfair to disturb these festive times with memories of those days when parliament appeared to be on the precipice, but there are fewer similarities between then and now than appearances suggest.”

Read the full article here.

Back to Basics

How neighbourhood policing can make streets and communities safer

Giving Back Better

Giving Back Better looks at how the UK could unlock greater philanthropy in the UK.

Reality Check

What voters really think about immigration

Blueprint for Success: Empowering businesses in the UK through access to Standard Essential Patents

Summary report of an Onward and the Fair Standards Alliance roundtable, exploring how to empower UK businesses through access to Standard Essential Patents.

Greener Pastures

Securing the economic and environmental future of Britain’s farms

Pension Power

Unlocking the UK’s pensions for science and tech growth.


Onward Director Sebastian Payne wrote in the i about what should be in the Budget next week.


Tories pray for a miracle after a lackluster budget

Onward's Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee is quoted in Politico discussing the budget and praising Hunt's prioritisation of working families.

The New Statesmen

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee made the case for more neighbourhood policing in The New Statesman.