Monthly Archives: June 2018

By Matt Whittaker; Adam Corlett; George Bangham

The National Health Service will turn 70 on 5 July 2018, but public concern about its condition is at its…

Read more

By Rowena Crawford

There has been lots of recent research and debate on individuals’ accumulation of wealth for retirement, driven by the concern…

Read more

By Joe Dromey

Achieving better wages and working conditions as part of a new growth model will require a renaissance of collective bargaining…

Read more

By Alexander Babuta; Alex Krasodomski-Jones

This paper examines the personal security of individuals in British public life, with specific focus on politicians and government employees.

Read more

By Karen Barker; Carla Ayrton; Issy Petrie; Adam Tinson

This is a qualitative piece of research examining how policy and practice at local authority level contributes to and could…

Read more

By Alex Krasodomski-Jones

Individuals in public life face a diverse range of potential threats from numerous sources with different potential causes and consequences.…

Read more

By Various Authors

In this research, we use a new dataset of school, university and tax records created by the Department for Education…

Read more

By Marley Morris

The charity sector is far from immune from the effects of Brexit. As the UK leaves the EU and imposes…

Read more

By Various Authors

In this report, Open Europe presents a potential framework for the future UK-EU trading relationship. Our analysis shows that the…

Read more

Explore our reports

  • Reset
Advanced search