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Measuring the disability pay gap in London

This report from the UK think tank the Social Market Foundation looks at the disability pay gap

Holy alliances

This report from the UK think tank Demos looks at building church-secular partnerships for social good. 'Holy

Looked-after children: the silent crisis

This report from the UK think tank the Social Market Foundation gives a 2019 update on the

There is an alternative

This report from the UK think tank IPPR looks at ending austerity in the UK. Since 2010/11,

Social care: free at the point of need

This report from the UK think tank IPPR examines the case for free personal care in England.

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By Scott Corfe

This report from the UK think tank the Social Market Foundation looks at the disability pay gap in London. The…

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By Sacha Hilhorst; David Barclay

This report from the UK think tank Demos looks at building church-secular partnerships for social good. 'Holy Alliances' shows that…

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By Jennifer Macpherson; Matthew Oakley

This report from the UK think tank the Social Market Foundation gives a 2019 update on the silent crisis of…

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By Harry Quilter-Pinner; Dean Hochlaf; Clare McNeil

This report from the UK think tank IPPR looks at ending austerity in the UK. Since 2010/11, successive UK governments…

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By Harry Quilter-Pinner; Dean Dochlaf

This report from the UK think tank IPPR examines the case for free personal care in England. Adult social care…

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By Carla Ayrton; Peter Kenway; Josh Holden

This report from the UK think New Policy Institute examines the very varied provision of council tax support (CTS), discretionary…

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By Damian Green

This report from the UK think tank Centre for Policy Studies puts forward a bold and comprehensive proposal to secure the…

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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…

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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…

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