Monthly Archives: August 2018

By Peter Kenway; Issy Petrie; Adam Tinson

This report examines in-work poverty in the county of Gwynedd in Wales. The report was commissioned by the council to…

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By Russell Gunson; Chris Murray; Ian Williamson

The skills system, through its learners and the employers it works with, can be at the centre of driving the…

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By Toby Young

Across British politics, there is a recognition that technical and vocational education has been badly neglected. The Government has recently…

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By Tom Kelsey

In 1974, the Labour government established a Royal Commission on the Distribution of Income and Wealth, which was known as…

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By Duncan Allan

The nerve-agent attack on Sergey and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on 4 March 2018 was not just a brazen violation…

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By Kevin Dowd

This report suggests that the UK’s Equity Release sector is in deep trouble, with the regulator having missed opportunities to…

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By Brian Sturgess

Forcing tenants to pay large up-front deposits mean many people struggle to move between properties. They also lose out on…

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By Michael Elleman

This report from the UK think tank IISS looks at the growing challenge posed by Iran's ballistic missiles. With the…

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