Monthly Archives: February 2019

By Scott Corfe

This study explores the role that co-living could play in increasing homeownership for first-time-buyers in the United Kingdom – particularly…

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By Michael Johnson

The research, authored by Associate Fellow Michael Johnson, outlines the vast, and continuing, growth in unfunded spending promises by government,…

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By Peter Cuthbertson

This report from the UK think tank Civitas looks at whether the proposal to end shorter prison sentences would be…

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By Dr Gemma Bird; Dr Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik; Dr Amanda Russell Beattie; Patrycja Rozbicka

This report finds that recent changes in EU border management have limited refugees’ movement across Europe, and as such, have…

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By Kristian Niemietz

Socialism is popular in the UK – not just among students, but also among people in their 30s and 40s.…

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By Andra-Lucia Martinescu; Rares Burlacu

This essay is the first in a new Foreign Policy Centre series that aims to focus on the complex relationship…

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By Various Authors

This report from the UK think tank The Health Foundation analyses public understanding around health. This briefing presents the main…

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By Adam Corlett

Detailed data about household incomes comes with a considerable lag. And while the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) produces economic…

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By Nikita Malik

At least 156 children have been subject to care proceedings over concerns of extremism risks, according to a new study…

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