Monthly Archives: December 2018

By Various authors

The potential for blockchain in healthcare to address specific challenges in the NHS is promising. For patients, they could gain…

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By Camino Mortera-Martinez; Beth Oppenheim

European leaders should make a more forceful case for legal migration pathways into the European Union and better integration of…

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By John Jenkins; Trevor Phillips

A new definition of Islamophobia proposed by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims would “make life harder” for Muslims…

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By Anthony J Evans

The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England’s reliance on faulty indicators has led to suboptimal policy decisions and…

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By David Clark

A new Fabian Society report, published as Brexit negotiations reach a crunch point, calls for a new UK-EU extradition framework…

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By Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi; Justin Bronk

This Occasional Paper aims to provide an in-depth inventory of armed drones possessed by Middle Eastern states, assessing quantity, types…

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By Joanna Williams

Persistent disruption is endemic in English schools, according to research carried out for Policy Exchange. In one of the most…

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By Sarah Longlands; Jack Hunter

Natural Assets North is a new IPPR North project which investigates the natural potential of the north of England, including…

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By Phoebe Griffith; Abida Malik

There is widespread acceptance that the social and economic disengagement of women from Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities remains a challenge,…

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