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The state of the union

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

Burning Britain?

The Prime Minister has, from the outset of her premiership, proclaimed her desire to tackle Britain’s ‘burning

A new generational contract

The Intergenerational Commission was convened by the Resolution Foundation to explore questions of intergenerational fairness that have

Supporting disabled people into work

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

The rise and rise of women’s employment in the UK

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

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By Various Authors

Britain faces a series of great challenges in the years ahead. Political, technological and demographic changes are underway that will…

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By Frank Young

The Family Stability Network (FASTN) and Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) are jointly calling for new guidance on Relationships and…

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By Emma Webb

The British taxpayer has handed over more than £6 million to charities that are currently, or have been in the…

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By Alexander Fritz Englund

Populism is on the rise, especially in Europe. Determining the causes is of crucial political importance. Some claim that “neoliberal”…

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By Susan Harris Rimmer

Through the use of policy and spending levers, governments can play four primary roles in encouraging procurement from enterprises owned…

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By Henry Newman; Stephen Booth; Aarti Shankar

In this paper – the first part of Open Europe’s Immigration Project – we set out to examine what the…

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By James Dobson; Freddie Lloyd; Ryan Shorthouse

Discrimination and the abuse of human rights are immoral, unjust and illegal barriers to individual freedom and flourishing. Tackling them…

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By Joe Shalam

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has long championed the power of sport to transform lives.  Like many others we…

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By Pheobe Griffith; Marley Morris

Our current immigration system lacks a strategic mission. For too long, the development of immigration policy has been driven by…

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