Monthly Archives: November 2018

By John Lough; Vladimir Dubrovskiy

Starting in 2014, Ukraine has undertaken significant reforms to address corruption in public life. So far, there has been greater…

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By Marley Morris; Tom Kibasi

After nearly two years of negotiations, the government has published the withdrawal agreement (WA) between the UK and the EU,…

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By Joe Dromey; Lesley Rankin

There is a significant and persistent gender pay gap in the UK. Average hourly pay for women remains nearly one-fifth…

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By Stephen Clarke; Nye Cominetti

In October there was good news on pay: nominal pay grew by 3.1 per cent in the 12 months to…

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By Dr Simon Mabon (ed.)

This publication examines the increasingly fractious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its devastating impact, shaped by geopolitical aspirations…

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By David Finch; Laura Gardiner

This briefing note focuses on the implications of recent changes to Universal Credit (UC) – in particular the £1,000 increase…

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By Matthew Whittaker

In this briefing paper we explore the challenge facing the Chancellor in this year’s Budget: balancing the seemingly conflicting goals…

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By Raphael Hogarth; Alex Stojanovic; Jill Rutter

In Supervision after Brexit, the Institute for Government argues that there is a hole in the Government’s Brexit proposals, because…

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By David Shiels; Dominic Walsh

In this paper, Open Europe examines how the UK and EU arrived at the current impasse over the Irish backstop…

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