Monthly Archives: January 2018

By Peter Sellen; Naseef Huda

From September 2014, all pupils in reception, year 1 and year 2 in English state schools have been entitled to…

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By Various Authors

Conducted by YouGov on behalf of Centre for Social Justice Fieldwork Dates: 30th June - 3rd July 2017

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One of the most pressing problems facing the UK Government today remains the huge variation in productivity and wealth between…

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By Alex Krasodomski-Jones

Demos is producing a series of briefings about technology, bringing together experts from policy, practice and tech aimed at convening…

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By Various Authors

Poland’s Prime Minister: New face, same old tune? The new prime minister’s style will be more emollient than his predecessor’s,…

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By Daniel Mahoney

New research published by the Centre for Policy Studies estimates that the cost of Labour’s renationalisation plans would be at…

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By Otto Lehto

The idea of a universal basic income (UBI) is that the state should give to all citizens (or residents) a…

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By Xenia Wickett

The report makes the case that transatlantic relationship may currently be traversing a period of divergence, this need not lead…

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By Nick Davies, Graham Atkins; Tess Kidney Bishop

Ministers are hampering progress towards their own objective of increasing private investment in UK infrastructure at a good price. This…

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