Institute For Government ‘Hope’ Rebel Bill Passes

A freudian slip from the Institute For Government’s Maddy Thimont Jack on BBC Breakfast this morning pointed to the less than impartial views of the organisation. It usually gets away with being presented as an “impartial” body…

“So what we’re hoping is, what we’re expecting in fact is that MPs will pass the motion today.”

It’s worth remembering that they are entirely funded by the fanatical billionaire Remainer Lord Sainsbury. Guido can’t track a single employee who voted to Leave. Director Bronwen Maddox is the former editor of Blairite mag Prospect. When listening to the IFG it’s worth remembering where they’re coming from…

WTF is Happening Next Week

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If you are confused as to what is going on, this handy guide to next week courtesy of the Institute for Government is handy. Bear in mind this is subject to change and terms and conditions apply. Try not to read the papers this weekend and get some fresh air… you will feel much better!

Institute For Government Slap Down “Wrong” Times Splash

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After their front page yesterday unravelled, the Times have doubled down by reporting that the Institute for Government says Brexit is causing “chaos” and an “existential threat” to some departments in Whitehall. Well, the Institute for Government are not happy with the Times. Their head of research Dr Hannah White says:

“To be clear – this article is wrong to say Institute for Government has warned of an ‘existential threat’ – we reported this as the view of a source.”

The IFG researcher who is quoted in the article, Joe Owen, has retweeted Dr White’s statement that the Times article is “wrong“. Two Brexit doom-mongering Times splashes in two days fall apart – this ‘fake news’ problem is getting worse…

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