Monthly Archives: January 2019

By Darren Baxter; Luke Murphy

The private rented sector has grown substantially over the past two decades. It is now home to 20 per cent…

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By John Springford

The UK economy is 2.3 per cent smaller than it would have been had Britons voted to stay in the…

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By Andrew Foxall; John Hemmings

The UK’s leaving of the European Union and Donald Trump’s election as US President have produced sufficient uncertainty in the…

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By Sonja Vermeulen; Laura Wellesley; Sam Airey

Indonesia is approaching a key point on its development pathway. Rapidly declining poverty, a growing and urbanizing middle class with…

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By Ian Bond; Igor Yurgens

Relations between Russia and the West are likely to be characterised by distrust, mutual fear and confrontation for the remainder…

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By Marley Morris; Tom Kibasi

The EU’s policy of state aid control has become a focal point of debate since the UK’s 2016 referendum. Some…

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By Various Authors

The uncertainties of Brexit are causing serious disruptions across government and have distracted from the day-to-day business of government including…

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By Jill Rutter; Steve Ballinger

This report by UK think tanks looks at the EU Settlement Scheme This scheme enables EU citizens in the UK…

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By Josh Abey

Job insecurity, prejudice and ignorance are driving Britain’s workplace mental health crisis, according to a new report from the Fabian…

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