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London: working for everyone?

This report, commissioned by Peabody, provides new insights into the lives of individuals living in social housing

Why would a third country root for soft Brexit? Views and lessons from Turkey

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

The cost of Brexit to September 2018

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

Atypical approaches

The UK’s employment rate continues to reach record highs. But while the majority of jobs added in

Setting the record straight: how record employment has changed the UK

On the eve of the global financial crisis, the UK’s employment rate was 73.0 per cent. A

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By Michael Johnson

Britain’s household savings ratio has plummeted to 4.9%, the lowest since records began in 1963. With savings rates falling and…

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By Russell Gunson; Chris Murray; Ian Williamson

The skills system, through its learners and the employers it works with, can be at the centre of driving the…

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By Tom Kelsey

In 1974, the Labour government established a Royal Commission on the Distribution of Income and Wealth, which was known as…

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By Scott Corfe

This report explores issues of concentration and competition in consumer markets, and the role that policymakers can play in driving…

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By Daniel Tomlinson; Adam Corlett

Worries about the state of modern capitalism abound from politicians across the political spectrum. This should be no surprise, with…

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By Various Authors

Every year the Resolution Foundation publishes an ‘audit’ of living standards in the UK. As part of this we estimate…

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By Kathleen Henehan; Helena Rose

Over the past two decades ethnic minority groups have made substantial gains in relation to education and employment. The share…

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The consensus view is that this post-Brexit flash crash has damaged Britain’s economy. However, some economists suggest an overly strong…

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By Stephen Clarke

To conclude our current project on devolved cities we finish with the city with the longest history of devolved government:…

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