Monthly Archives: December 2017

By Naomi Clayton; Simon Jeffrey; Anthony Breach

Cities have a crucial role to play in supporting inclusive growth. But with few powers to control or raise taxes…

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By Natalie Perera; Peter Sellen

This report by the Education Policy Institute, in partnership with UCL Institute of Education (IOE), examines how well primary school…

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By Chris Philp MP

Chris Philp, MP for Croydon South, has proposed a series of planning reforms to increase home building and promote home…

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By Emma Norris; Marcus Shepheard

Government has spent £639m on public inquiries over the last 30 years and increasingly relies on them to examine major…

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By James Rogers; Jack Wright

A policy briefing by The Henry Jackson Society – What the European Union owes the United Kingdom – highlights how…

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By Claudia Wood; Simone Vibert

Demos carried out research during the summer of 2017 to get a better sense of how the public viewed their…

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By Conor D'arcy

Discussion around the Taylor Review and quality of work has often focused on zero-hours contracts and the gig economy. But…

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By Sir Noel Malcolm

In Human Rights and Political Wrongs, one of the UK’s most eminent historians of ideas offers a powerful critique of…

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By Louis Rostain

The recent Employment Flexibility Index uses data provided by the World Bank’s Doing Business Labour Market Regulation Questionnaire to compare…

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