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By Sam Hall; Philip Box

Ten years ago, the UK passed the world’s first Climate Change Act that inspired other countries to adopt similar climate…

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By Camino Mortera-Martinez

It is not yet clear how the UK and the European Union will work together on justice and home affairs…

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By Nicholas Timmins

The creation of NHS England has failed to take the politics out of healthcare provision in England, argues this report.…

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By Julian Jessop

On average, the economic costs of non-tariff barriers (NTBs) now far exceed those of tariffs, which have generally been falling…

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By Various Authors

Foreign aid is often exempt from taxation in recipient countries. Research on the topic is sparse, debate infrequent, and the…

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By Len Shackleton

1. It is claimed that robots, algorithms and artificial intelligence are going to destroy jobs on an unprecedented scale. 2.…

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By Dr Richard Connoly; Mathieu Boulègue

The newly approved state armament programme (GPV 2027) will form the basis of Russia’s defence procurement and military priorities until…

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By Eamonn Ives; Frank Soodeen

The Prime Minister has, from the outset of her premiership, proclaimed her desire to tackle Britain’s ‘burning injustices’. Whilst there…

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By Various Authors

The Intergenerational Commission was convened by the Resolution Foundation to explore questions of intergenerational fairness that have risen up the…

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