As Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects writes, future pandemics are inevitable if governments continue to pursue nationalistic prevention policies.
The 2021 G7 summit, three days of meetings between leaders of the world’s richest democracies, wrapped up on 13 June. With pandemic preparedness and vaccine development playing central priorities in policy discussions.
While many may feel that ‘normal service’ has been resumed in the white house, there are still unprecedented challenges facing the still young administration.
Cummings’ mudslinging reveals a dysfunctional culture within the central government that has them unprepared for crisis.
Public Policy Projects has opened its latest infrastructure inquiry ‘The Future of UK Rail’ in partnership with Trainline.com, CPMS Group and Hitachi Rail. Chaired by Former Transport Minister and PPP Deputy Chair Stephen Hammond MP, the launch was an ambitious discussion on how the UK can radically
Bailiff enforced evictions banned until 31st May while the commercial evictions ban has been extended for a further three months, to 30th June.
A team of research and development engineers, doctors and mathematicians have created the MassVentil system, a ventilator that is able to ventilate up to 5 people at the same time
A new report found that global infrastructure could require at least seven trillion dollars of spending every year to address the growing climate emergency and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ONS has revealed that construction output in December 2020 was down 2.9 per cent from November, falling to its lowest level since August.
Scientists at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover have conditioned dogs to sniff out people with Covid-19 in crowds
The vaccine provides around 92 per cent protection against the coronavirus, according to findings in The Lancet
The global initiative, led by WHO, Gavi, and CEPI, expect to start shipping vaccines to the continent this month