Monthly Archives: December 2017

By Henry Newman; Stephen Booth; Aarti Shankar

In this paper – the first part of Open Europe’s Immigration Project – we set out to examine what the…

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By Various Authors

There has been a catastrophic decline in the size of England’s SME housebuilding sector. This is not the case in…

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By James Dobson; Freddie Lloyd; Ryan Shorthouse

Discrimination and the abuse of human rights are immoral, unjust and illegal barriers to individual freedom and flourishing. Tackling them…

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By Peter Salisbury

Yemen has become a ‘chaos state’ – a nominal entity that exists largely as lines on a map and as…

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By Various Authors

When UN Security Council Resolution 2231 – associated with the Iran nuclear deal – came into effect in late 2015,…

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By Joe Shalam

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has long championed the power of sport to transform lives.  Like many others we…

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By Joe Owen; Alex Stojanovic; Jill Rutter

Brexit means that, for the first time in 40 years, the UK will have to renegotiate its trade and economic…

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By Rory Geoghegan

Police and Crime Commissioners, in consultation with their Chief Constables, are responsible for how funding is allocated to policing and…

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By Max Wind-Cowie

Escape Velocity: Growing Salford’s Digital and Creative Economy makes the case for continued Government and private sector investment in Salford’s…

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