ResPublica

ResPublica is one of the country’s most successful public policy think tanks. We’ve achieved by this being radical in our thought, and persistent in our representations to policy-makers, all based on rigorously-evidenced proposals. Our work has been adopted by both Government and Opposition, and we frequently contribute evidence to Parliamentary Select Committees. Our ideas and recommendations have been endorsed by regulators, high-profile commissions, leading commentators, faith leaders, senior civil servants and entrepreneurs. Our work is consistently featured in local, national and international media outlets and we often provide viewpoints and commentary for current affairs discussions. We look ahead of the curve, and our publications and events remain independent from political agendas, Whitehall and private enterprise, and are guided by our political philosophy and our mission.

Our founding principles and beliefs are what uniquely define us. We believe in a strong society, widespread prosperity and the recovery of virtue. We want to see more power devolved to people and places; an end to the disparity between the asset rich and those without property; and the embodiment of virtuous practice in institutions, businesses and people.

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Recent Reports

By Mark Morrin; Howard Reed

This report makes the case for a place-based approach to building credit. We argue that improving aggregate credit scores at…

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By Joe Cowen; Mark Morrin

‘Coming Home to Roost: The Poultry Meat Industry after Brexit’ identifies the main economic, societal and environmental risks to the…

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By Tim Cowen; Phillip Blond

The online gambling industry is an industry that makes more than half of its profits from those at risk and…

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By Tim Cowen; Phillip Blond

In “TECHNOPOLY” and what to do about it: Reform, Redress and Regulation, ResPublica, with the support of the Big Innovation…

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By Dr James Noyes

In Watershed: Closing the loopholes in gambling advertising, ResPublica outlines the practical ways in which greater compliance, fairness and social…

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By Jake Sumner; Phillip Blond

The UK has a productivity and prosperity problem. The country languishes at the bottom of productivity indices with employees working…

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By Max Wind-Cowie

Escape Velocity: Growing Salford’s Digital and Creative Economy makes the case for continued Government and private sector investment in Salford’s…

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By Dr James Noyes

Heartbeats on the High Street: How Community Pharmacy can transform Britain’s health, wealth and wellbeing – highlights the unique role…

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