Monthly Archives: January 2019

By John Hemmings; James Rogers

On 31st August 2018, HMS Albion, one of the Royal Navy’s amphibious assault ships, passed through the Paracel Islands in…

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By Joe Owen; Tim Durrant

The UK is due to leave the European Union in just eight weeks’ time. The Government’s deal has been emphatically…

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By Patrick Hall; Caio Zanforlin; Anna Jandura-Cessna

The Employment Flexibility Index of LFMI quantifies a great divergence in employment regulations between EU countries. Of the 41 countries…

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By Stuart Adam; Robert Joyce; Thomas Pope

In April 2013, council tax benefit (CTB), which provided help for low-income households with their council tax, was abolished. In…

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By Yaprak Gürsoy

Dr Yaprak Gursoy, FPC Research Associate and Lecturer at Aston University, outlines some of the implications of Brexit for the…

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By Guglielmo Verdirame; Richard Ekins

“The UK continues to be too timid” in its negotiations with the EU over the Backstop and its relationship to…

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By Lord Bew

The Irish Backstop would “turn the Good Friday Agreement on its head”, says a Policy Exchange Briefing Note by Lord…

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By Jack Airey

How can more new homes and places be built in ways that the public find beautiful? In November, the Government…

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By Various authors

In a spending review year, Cities Outlook 2019 explores how local government cuts since 2010 have impacted UK cities, finding…

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