Monthly Archives: October 2017

By Various Authors

The issue of trade has returned to the frontline of British policy making and politics for the first time in…

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By Phillip Blond; Dr James Noyes

As the Government prepares a review of the gambling industry in Britain today, this report makes the case for better…

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By Gabriele Piazza

The economic performance of UK cities is increasingly dependent on the skills of their workforce. Cities across the UK face…

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By Conor D'arcy

This is our seventh annual report on the prevalence of low pay in Britain. It uses the latest data available…

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By Nigel Keohane

The ‘fair markets’ agenda forms a major truss of the Government’s domestic policy programme. And, rightly so: too many people…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Posted workers are temporarily sent from one member state to another, usually for projects of short duration. There were 1.1.…

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By Dr Patricia Lewis; Dr Beyza Unal

States possessing nuclear weapons should be called upon to consider and publish the risks posed to cultural heritage, and their…

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By Nikita Malik

Terrorists are using sexual violence, including rape, sexual slavery, and forced marriage, to bolster recruits, galvanize fighters, and, in the…

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By Dr Paul Goldsmith

The NHS' liabilities for medico-legal claims now total £65bn, draining the NHS of much-needed funds and putting patients at risk…

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