Monthly Archives: May 2018

By Various Authors

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is currently testing various options for reforming Service Accommodation through an initiative known as the…

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By Various Authors

Since 2007 it has not been permitted to advertise food and drink that is high in fat, salt or sugar…

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By Sophie Gaston; Sacha Hilhorst

An appeal to a glorious past has been a prominent feature of European politics in recent years. While there are…

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By Various Authors

If we are to have a health and care system that meets the expectations of the population, we need to…

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By Sophie Gaston

Since the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, there has been vocal support for a UK-Australia FTA, which could…

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By Enea Desideri

This briefing considers what implications the new Italian coalition government could have for Italy and for Europe. It argues that…

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By Catherine Colebrook; Charlotte Snelling; Sarah Longlands

The UK has a gender pay gap: within industries, within occupations, and within organisations, women tend to earn less per…

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By Scott Corfe

This report examines the potential benefits that could be realised from the rollout of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in…

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By Sam Lowe; Ian Bond; Sophia Besch

On Brexit, TTIP and the City of London - The EU was keen to include financial services in TTIP, the…

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