Monthly Archives: March 2018

By Sir Andrew Wood

Following his re-election on 18 March 2018, by a respectable but not wholly earned margin of victory, Vladimir Putin will…

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By John Springford; Sam Lowe; Beth Oppenheim

The 27 European Union member-states will be just as unified in the Brexit negotiations on the future relationship as they…

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By Christopher Snowdon

Several local authorities in Britain have introduced 'zoning laws' to restrict fast food outlets within a certain distance of schools.…

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By Various Authors

Forecast-based early action (FbA) initiatives are diverse, with very different approaches to the timing of decisions and actions, and to…

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By Sara Bonetti

The Education Policy Institute has published a comprehensive analysis of the early years workforce in England. The analysis studies the…

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By Rory Geoghegan

Much of our female prison population can be traced to state failure and social breakdown. Successive governments have failed to…

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By Sir Stephen Laws

In the UNISON case, the Supreme Court quashed the Government's use of its statutory power to impose fees for employment…

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By Jake Sumner; Phillip Blond

The UK has a productivity and prosperity problem. The country languishes at the bottom of productivity indices with employees working…

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By Joe Owen; Lewis Lloyd

The vote to leave the European Union (EU) is leaving a lasting impression on the shape and size of Whitehall.…

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