Monthly Archives: July 2018

By Scott Corfe

This report explores issues of concentration and competition in consumer markets, and the role that policymakers can play in driving…

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By Michael Johnson

Royal Mail plans to offers its employees a Collective Defined Contribution (CDC) pensions scheme risk undermining recently-gained pensions freedoms. ‘A…

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By David Goodhart

Despite the Windrush scandal the UK’s border is now far more “fit for purpose” than it was 10 years ago…

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By Luigi Scazzieri

EU-Turkey relations have deteriorated sharply in recent years. To prevent the relationship from souring further, the bloc should avoid ending…

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By Daniel Tomlinson; Adam Corlett

Worries about the state of modern capitalism abound from politicians across the political spectrum. This should be no surprise, with…

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By Christopher Snowdon

There should be no debate about whether taxes on food, alcohol, tobacco and soft drinks (‘sin taxes’) are regressive. It…

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By Tom Tugendhat MP; Khalid Mahmood MP; Prof Richard Ekins; Patrick Hennessey

The UK urgently needs a new definition of treason that will recognise the nature of the threats we face today,…

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By Alex Hoagland

In an effort to maintain and improve road safety, drivers in the mainland of the United Kingdom are required to…

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By Various Authors

Every year the Resolution Foundation publishes an ‘audit’ of living standards in the UK. As part of this we estimate…

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