Monthly Archives: July 2017

By James Dobson; Ryan Shorthouse

Britain is the home of human rights and a global force for good. After Brexit, Britain should not just be…

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By Andrew Sabisky

Andrew Sabisky discusses the increasing difficulty that young couples are having in having children when they want to and having…

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By Various Authors

In this report we provide the first comprehensive look at the living standards of UK households in the year leading…

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By Various Authors

Launched on 14 July, ResPublica’s new report A National Housing Fund to Build Homes We Need offers a radical way…

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By Michael Johnson

Ahead of the DWP review on Automatic Enrolment (AE), leading pensions expert Michael Johnson details 12 specific pension reforms in…

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By Timothy Stafford

Iran’s destabilising actions since 2015 have undermined any hope that the country has changed course. That’s the conclusion of “Beyond…

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By Daniel Mahoney

Recent weeks have seen the issue of the public sector pay cap re-surface and several Cabinet members have suggested they…

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By Various Authors

Launched on 12th July, ResPublica’s new report Britain’s Global Future: Harnessing the soft power capital of UK institutions provides a…

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By Nigel Keohane; Scott Corfe

This report, supported by Zurich Municipal, sets out to understand what factors could affect the future of local public services…

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