Monthly Archives: March 2018

By Luke Murphy; Charlotte Snelling; Alfie Stirling

Council tax is considered by many to be in the ‘too difficult to touch’ box when it comes to reform.…

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By Ian Wybron

Despite more opportunities than ever for young people to gamble, particularly online, tools to help prevent gambling harms are not…

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By Harry Quilter-Pinner

Innovation in health – new treatments, technologies and processes – can help drive improvements in healthcare and ultimately health outcomes.…

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By Jessica Tanner; Alice Yeo; Sally McManus

This report proposes a new framework for emotional health, which will support employers to consider and improve the mental health,…

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By Grace Blakeley

Over the last decade a substantial reduction in the effective rate of corporation tax has been accompanied by a rise…

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By Sophie Gaston; Peter Harrison-Evans

A new report from Demos explores the challenges faced by traditional media organisations in responding to the new landscape of…

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By Alfie Stirling

This policy paper sets out a mechanism for improving the progressivity, efficiency and revenue raising potential of income taxes in…

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By Stephen Clarke

In Q4 2017 the pay squeeze that had affected the UK economy since the beginning of the year was starting…

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By Mark Boleat

The City will survive Brexit, but it will not emerge unscathed. In order to remain competitive Britain’s financial services industry…

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