Monthly Archives: September 2018

By Kathryn Petrie; Nigel Keohane

The social care system is in need of reform, at present people are not protected from the catastrophic costs that…

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By Martin Wheatley; Bronwen Maddox; Tess Kidney Bishop

Brexit will make the next spending review harder than past years, warns a new report by the Institute for Government.…

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By Dr. Sanam Vakil

The withdrawal of the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has renewed international attention on Iran’s interventions…

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By Dr John Hemmings; Dr Ramon Pacheco Pardo; Dr Tat Yan Kong

North Korea is ready to do a deal with Donald Trump, in which it exchanges its nuclear arsenal for economic…

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By James Frith MP

11 Labour MPs elected in 2017 have come together to propose a series of measures to reform parliament. New Brooms,…

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By Mark Morrin; Howard Reed

This report makes the case for a place-based approach to building credit. We argue that improving aggregate credit scores at…

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By Adam Tinson; Carla Ayrton; Issy Petrie

This report analyses changes in local authority spending on services relating to disadvantage in England between 2011/12 and 2016/17. The…

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By Nigel Keohane; Nicole Gicheva; Andrew Barlow

Think of the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’, and you conjure up an image of well-heeled, wealthy parents gifting their…

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By Shanker Singham

The primary objective of a UK fisheries policy should be to balance the goals of ensuring a viable future for…

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