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Ethnicity, poverty, and the data in Scotland

This report from UK think tank the Joseph Rowntree Foundation looks at poverty levels for people in minority ethnic communities in Scotland. Poverty levels for people in minority ethnic communities

Making hybrid inclusive

This report from UK think tank the Work Foundation looks at the key priorities for employers and Government on hybrid working. This joint research by the Work Foundation and The

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

This report from UK think tank the Institute for Government looks at how successful was the furlough scheme and what should happen next? The furlough scheme risks providing poor value

Full employment and good jobs for all

This report from UK think tank IPPR looks at why the UK is seeing a lopsided jobs recovery and what to do about it. The UK economy is on its

Modern poverty

This report from UK think tank New Policy Institute looks at why work is no longer the route out of poverty in the UK. After six disastrous years, the number

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By James Smith

Household incomes are around £1,500 year lower today than they were expected to be before the Brexit referendum – with…

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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 Dean Hochlaf; Joe Dromey

In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on the need to improve the technical education system in England.…

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By Luke Raikes; Leah Millward; Sarah Longlands

The north of England has rarely faced such threat and opportunity. Brexit looms; budgets in essential NHS and council services…

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By Tom Kibasi; Carys Roberts

Today, there is no prospect of child poverty ending in the UK, and we are more than 40 years away…

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By Ruth Callander; Russell Gunson; Chris Murray

This report marks the third in a series of three reports looking at what a 21st century skills system should…

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By Joe Dromey; Lesley Rankin

There is a significant and persistent gender pay gap in the UK. Average hourly pay for women remains nearly one-fifth…

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By Joe Dromey; Dean Hochlaf

Adult social care is an essential public service and a growing part of our economy. However, the social care system…

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By Elena Magrini; Naomi Clayton

Technology is transforming the world of work. Demand for physical skills is declining, while analytical and interpersonal skills, coordination and critical…

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By Marley Morris

As part of the post-Brexit future relationship between the UK and the EU, both parties are expected to mutually agree…

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