Social Policy

Latest Reports

No-deal Brexit

This report from the UK think tank IPPR looks at the implications for labour and social rights

Popular capitalism

This report from the UK think tank Centre for Policy Studies proposes a post-Brexit version of Margaret

Everyday socialism

This report from the UK think tank Fabian Society looks at how to rebuild Britain. Good jobs,

Anarchy in the UK (and everywhere else)

This report from the UK think tank the Social Market Foundation sheds new light on the recent

Unfair, ineffective and unjustifiable

This report from the UK think tank Social Market Foundation looks at the case for ending imprisonment

Explore our reports

  • Reset
Advanced search

Social Policy reports

By Harry Quilter Pinner; Dean Hochlaf

“A decade after the financial crash, people need to know that the austerity it led to is over.” These were…

Read more

By Kathryn Petrie; Nigel Keohane

This report from the UK think tank Social Market Foundation seeks to understand the factors affecting non-continuation and transfers at…

Read more

By Mike Buckley; Kate Green MP

Human rights abuses, immigration scandals and poor decision-making have left the immigration system in need of urgent reform, according to…

Read more

By Andrew Harrop

New Fabian Society analysis published to mark the start of the 2019/20 tax year shows how Conservative policies on tax…

Read more

By Stuart Adam; Paul Johnson

This Saturday (6 April 2019) marks the start of a new tax year. Unlike many other countries, the UK routinely…

Read more

By Nigel Koehane

Further education colleges provide skills to 2.2 million adults and 16-18 year-olds. Compared to those on the skill level below,…

Read more

By Jarryd Bartle

Drug consumption rooms are an evidence-based harm reduction intervention which allow people who use illicit drugs to do so within…

Read more

By Nicole Gicheva; Nigel Keohane; Scott Corfe

Done right, apprenticeships can deliver a significant boost to the UK economy by providing the technical skills that it needs…

Read more

By Ben Glover

Will it ever be possible for the Department for Work and Pensions to engage effectively with ‘harder-to-help’ groups? That was…

Read more