Monthly Archives: October 2018

By Tom Wilson

For the first time in recent years Britain has become the number one location for terrorism in the Western world.…

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By Matthew Whittaker

Defying expectations of a quiet Budget, the Chancellor yesterday delivered a statement with bigger political and economic shifts than many…

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By Joe Shalam

In this report the CSJ Housing Commission examines the costs of the housing crisis – that is, not only the…

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By Maisie Borrows

There is a plethora of different datasets in cancer care and multiple data flows between organisations. Reform research shows that…

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By Eamonn Ives; Ryan Shorthouse

Air pollution, especially in urban areas, is one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time. A growing evidence…

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By Harry Quilter-Pinner; Mary Reader

Poor mental health is one most significant challenges of our time. A staggering one in four of us will experience…

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By Joe Dromey; Dean Hochlaf

Adult social care is an essential public service and a growing part of our economy. However, the social care system…

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By Sally Howes; Tess Kidney Bishop

The Government uses digital transformation programmes to manage the introduction of new technology and associated changes. There are at least…

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By Peter Kenway; Carla Ayrton

Neighbourhood services have been cut on average by 17% since 2010/11, though the variation between councils is substantial. This report…

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