Monthly Archives: September 2018

By Mathew Lawrence; Laurie Laybourn-Langton

Digital technology is delivering a huge range of benefits to businesses, citizens and wider society. Platforms – online applications that…

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By David Finch

The long implementation of Universal Credit (UC) has been far from smooth and we’ve become all too used to negative…

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By Tim Durrant; Lewis Lloyd; Maddy Thimont Jack

Failure to secure a new agreement on policing and criminal justice after Brexit will make it harder to extradite dangerous…

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By Catherine Colebrook

The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice argues that the economy does not work well for most people. IPPR wanted to…

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By Various authors

Established in autumn 2016 in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, the aim of the IPPR…

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By Julian Jessop

The European Commission has proposed a tax on revenues raised from certain digital activities. However, this is essentially a political…

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By Joe Cowen; Mark Morrin

‘Coming Home to Roost: The Poultry Meat Industry after Brexit’ identifies the main economic, societal and environmental risks to the…

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By Professor Len Shackleton

The National Minimum/Living Wage system has become too complicated, making unintentional non-compliance a problem, and is in danger of becoming…

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By Dr Alice Lilly; Dr Hannah White; Jenny Haigh

Our Parliamentary Monitor report, the first in an annual series, shows what the House of Commons and House of Lords…

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