Monthly Archives: December 2018

By Jack Airey

In Building for the Baby Boomers, Policy Exchange argue a new generation of homes purpose built for ageing baby boomers…

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By Tom Kibasi; Carys Roberts

Today, there is no prospect of child poverty ending in the UK, and we are more than 40 years away…

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By Guglielmo Verdirame; Stephen Laws; Richard Ekins

On 11 December, the House of Commons must vote on whether to approve the Withdrawal Agreement and the Political Declaration…

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By Jonathan Duke-Evans; Professor Richard Ekins; Julie Marionneau; Tom Tugendhat

UK forces rightly adhere to the law of armed conflict, which is secured in practice by service law and the…

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By Aarti Shankar; David Shiels; Dominic Walsh; Stephen Booth

Ahead of the upcoming 'meaningful vote' in Parliament, Open Europe publishes a new report examining the detail of UK-EU Brexit…

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By Frank Young

Supporting active fatherhood should be seen within the context of the Government’s approach to social reform. This report sets out…

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