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The decades of disruption

This latest report from UK think tank IPPR looks at the welfare settlement needed to tackle new

Working through it

This latest report from UK think tank Reform looks at the UK's Job Retention Scheme in comparison

Household debt and problem debt in British cities

This latest report from UK think tank Centre for Cities looks at levels of debt in people

Public service futures

This latest report from think tank the Fabian Society and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS)

Separate support?

This latest report from UK think tank Bright Blue looks at Scottish public opinion on social security.

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By Josh Emden; Luke Murphy; Hywel Lloyd

This report from the UK think tank IPPR looks at the findings of the Income Crisis Taskforce and establishing common…

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By Adam Corlett

Detailed data about household incomes comes with a considerable lag. And while the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) produces economic…

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By Patrick Hall; Caio Zanforlin; Anna Jandura-Cessna

The Employment Flexibility Index of LFMI quantifies a great divergence in employment regulations between EU countries. Of the 41 countries…

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By Various authors

In a spending review year, Cities Outlook 2019 explores how local government cuts since 2010 have impacted UK cities, finding…

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By Tom Pollard

Will the Department for Work and Pensions ever be capable of delivering a pathway from poverty for ill and disabled…

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By Frank Young

Supporting active fatherhood should be seen within the context of the Government’s approach to social reform. This report sets out…

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By David Finch; Laura Gardiner

This briefing note focuses on the implications of recent changes to Universal Credit (UC) – in particular the £1,000 increase…

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By Conor D'Arcy; David Finch

This report sets out the method through which the Living Wage rates in London and the rest of the UK…

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By Various Authors

Government is quietly shifting costs of public services on to individuals. Where government can get people to pay directly for…

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The ‘Disruption Decades’: what future for the welfare state?

This event, hosted by UK think tank IPPR will discuss how the welfare state will change post Covid-19. We are…

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