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Of course sin taxes are regressive

There should be no debate about whether taxes on food, alcohol, tobacco and soft drinks (‘sin taxes’)

The maker generation

The generation currently finishing their education has great potential. However, their ability to realise their potential is

Caring for carers

This report focuses on the demographics and experiences of those who provide family care. The current social

An NHS bonus

The NHS as a whole employs approximately 1.7 million people making it, famously, the fifth biggest employer

How to structurally reform the NHS to improve patient outcomes

2018 marks the 70th birthday of the UK National Health Service – an institution which commands an

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By Christopher Snowdon

There should be no debate about whether taxes on food, alcohol, tobacco and soft drinks (‘sin taxes’) are regressive. It…

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By Philippa Stroud; Stephen Brien

The generation currently finishing their education has great potential. However, their ability to realise their potential is being threatened. Though…

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By Kathryn Petrie; James Kirkup

This report focuses on the demographics and experiences of those who provide family care. The current social care system is…

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By Dr Paul Goldsmith

The NHS as a whole employs approximately 1.7 million people making it, famously, the fifth biggest employer on the planet.…

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By Dr Kristian Niemietz

2018 marks the 70th birthday of the UK National Health Service – an institution which commands an unparalleled trust and…

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By Daniel Pryor

This report looks at the effects of smoking cigarettes and how it can be minimised by using e-cigarettes and vaping.…

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By Elaine Kelly; Paul Johnson; George Stoye

To mark the BBC’s coverage of the NHS’s 70th birthday in July 2018, researchers from the Institute for Fiscal Studies,…

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By Rowena Crawford; George Stoye; Ben Zaranko

Recent years have seen substantial reductions in public spending on social care for older people in England. This has not…

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By David Phillips; Polly Simpson

This briefing note looks at how council spending on adult social care and other services changed between 2009-10 and 2017-18.

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