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The Prime Minister
Our Director of the Legatum Institute Special Trade Commsission Shanker Singham was praised by Michael Gove (listen) for his expertise in the field of trade negotiation. Here is what he made of the Prime Ministers speech on the UK Government's plans for the negotiations to exit the EU once Article 50 is triggered.
Baroness Stroud: "On the rise of Populism and Nationalism": A House of Lords debate.
Friday, 20 January 2017
In the House of Lords Our CEO Baroness Stroud contributed to a debate on the "challenges to the liberal international order posed by the development of populism and nationalism around the world". This is the speech she gave
Shanker Singham: speaking on what the UK Government needs to do to get the best Brexit deal
Tuesday, 17 January 2017
On BBC's Newsnight, and Today Programme Our Director of the Legatum Institute Special trade Commsission Shanker Singham was praised by Michael Gove (listen) Contributed to a report on the chances of US/UK trade deal being done, in Donald Trump's words "quickly and properly" (watch at 25:52) and laid out how the Prime Minister should tackle the Brexit negotiations and Free Trade deals with other countries (listen)
Shanker Singham: Why we must leave the Customs Union
Saturday, 7 January 2017
In an article for Brexit Central the Legatum Institute's Shanker Singham explains why leaving the Customs Union is the only sensible way to restore the ability of the UK to set its own trade policy.
The Tyranny of Orthodoxy: Identity Politics and the Culture of Victimhood
Economic Model for Britain post Brexit: The Innovation Economy
The Opportunities and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs: The case for Zambia
A Tide that Lifts All Boats? Response to the Schools Green Paper
Prosperity Without Borders
Special Trade Commission: Cost of EEA Membership for UK Briefing
Shanker Singham: Reaction to the Prime Ministers Speech on the UK Government's strategy for Brexit Negotiations
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