Trust in Government

Total 10 Posts

The legacy and future of Brexit.

4 min read
On how voters reacted to the Brexit process and what post-Brexit policies they want pursued.

Will increasing fines make people comply with coronavirus rules?

5 min read
What makes us comply with the rules? Behavioural economics holds some clues for how to enforce coronavirus measures. To really get everyone involved in preventing coronavirus, the government needs to communicate better and try to restore trust.

Johnson’s smirk of the union address.

6 min read
What happens when you elect someone like Boris Johnson Prime Minister? You get lies, deflection, a willingness to trash conventions and break the laws, broken promises and an undermined devolution settlement. You get a PM who blames everyone else for his own failures.

We are nowhere near the worst yet.

5 min read
A brutally honest piece by Russell Jones that perfectly captures the current situation in Britain. Dark times ahead.

Why the press is right to be suspicious of the UK government’s new lobby arrangements.

4 min read
The government’s decision to televise daily briefings from Downing Street may not be as much of a commitment to transparency as it is claimed to be.

Complying with lockdown does become harder over time – Here is why.

4 min read
Was the government correct to think that adherence would fall over time? Perhaps.

Coronavirus: Are psychological biases causing politicians to make bad choices?

5 min read
The only way around psychological biases is more transparency.
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