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Who governs Britain?

Laws covering both political campaigning and the structure and transparency of government must be changed to restore

Opportunities knocked?

Over the past two decades ethnic minority groups have made substantial gains in relation to education and

All politics is local

For democracy to work, individuals need to have confidence that government decisions are made because they are

Immigration: an opportunity to lead

Some British politicians are in danger of misjudging public opinion on immigration. Not only the UK’s immigration

The state of the union

The State of the Union is a new paper by renowned historian Professor Arthur Aughey, of Ulster

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By Matt Warman MP

Laws covering both political campaigning and the structure and transparency of government must be changed to restore public faith in…

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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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By Rt Hon Gisela Stuart; Hugh Carveth

For democracy to work, individuals need to have confidence that government decisions are made because they are good for them…

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By Jonathan Thomas

Some British politicians are in danger of misjudging public opinion on immigration. Not only the UK’s immigration policy, but also…

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By Arthur Aughey

The State of the Union is a new paper by renowned historian Professor Arthur Aughey, of Ulster University, in which…

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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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By Matthew Oakley

The employment rate for disabled people in London stands at 46.5%. Meaning that some 370,000 disabled Londoners are out of…

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By Barra Roantree; Kartik Vira

Over the past 40 years, the UK has seen an almost continual rise in the proportion of women in employment.…

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