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Latest news and publications from the following 22 leading think-tanks… CentreForum, Adam Smith Institute, Alliance for Useful Evidence, British Future, Centre for European Reform, Centre for Policy Studies, Compass, Civitas, Democratic Audit, Demos, Fabian Society, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Institute for Government, IPPR, IEA, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Policy Exchange, Progress, Resolution Foundation, Social Market Foundation, Sutton Trust and The Work Foundation.

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British Future

Net migration statistics: time for a ‘Reset’ on immigration policy?

Thursday August 25th, 2016 10:21:56 AM BFTemp
New net migration figures, released today, show why the Government should use the Brexit 'Reset moment' for a comprehensive review of immigration policy. The post Net migration statistics: time for a ‘Reset’ on immigration policy? appeared first on British Future.

What next after Brexit? Immigration & integration in post-referendum Britain

Thursday August 25th, 2016 12:01:46 AM BFTemp
Consulting the public should form part of a comprehensive review of immigration policy after Brexit, says a new report The post What next after Brexit? Immigration & integration in post-referendum Britain appeared first on British Future.

New strategy must tackle all inequality to get top marks

Thursday August 18th, 2016 10:47:46 AM BFTemp
Calls for equality strategy in EHRC report welcomed, but it must address inequalities across all of Britain The post New strategy must tackle all inequality to get top marks appeared first on British Future.

Centre for European Reform

CER publications and twitter

Friday August 26th, 2016 09:42:53 AM Kate
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Marketplace: Turkey — EU tensions threaten refugee deal

Wednesday August 24th, 2016 09:43:29 AM Kate
"The migrant deal was ill-advised from the outset. It was a deal with a leader who was already backsliding on human rights and democracy before the post-coup purge," said Rem Korteweg of the Centre for European Reform."The deal came about because of a mood of panic in Europe that these numbers of migrants and refugees coming across the Aegean was ...

Polskie Radio: Kim są komisarze Komisji Europejskiej?

Wednesday August 24th, 2016 09:31:07 AM Kate
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska speaks to Polskie Radio about the European Commssion and the areas of responsibility of each Commissioner, eg: education, culture, health, budget or taxes.Przewodniczący powierza każdemu komisarzowi odpowiedzialność za określony obszar polityki, np. edukację, kulturę, budżet, zdrowie czy podatki.- Każdy komisarz ...

Centre for Policy Studies

The Independence Revolution must go on

Sunday July 31st, 2016 11:00:00 PM
The Government’s record in reducing dependency on the State is strong, but there is plenty more to...

Apocalypse Soon? The Danger of Further Loosening Monetary Policy

Tuesday July 12th, 2016 11:00:00 PM
The UK’s softening fiscal stance opens up the very real risk of a further loosening of monetary policy, whereby inflation is used as a way of dealing with the Government’s...

Scotland: Could it become Greece without the sun?

Friday July 1st, 2016 11:00:00 PM
Scottish independence would entail significant economic risk. Scotland’s budget deficit is currently over three times higher than the UK average as a % of...

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Civitas


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Fabian Society

Missed opportunity

Friday August 26th, 2016 01:25:08 PM EdWallis
Tony Crosland set out his vision for education in The Future of Socialism. “. . . all children can, if the society so decides, at least be given an equal chance of access to the best education. This chance does not exist in Britain, since the wealthier classes can purchase for their children the overwhelming... Read more »

A union of citizens

Thursday August 25th, 2016 12:32:00 PM EdWallis
As a proud British citizen, born in Malaysia and of Chinese descent, 2016 has been a terrifying year. The rise in racist incidents and attacks since the EU Referendum has been well-documented – an outpouring of hate that shocked so many across the country, who believed us to be an open, diverse and welcoming society.... Read more »

Rising housing costs will cause misery for millions in the 2020s, unless social security is reformed

Wednesday August 24th, 2016 10:51:47 AM EdWallis
The rising cost of rented housing could turn out to be the greatest social challenge of the 2020s. By the end of the next decade, one in four households are likely to be private tenants and many will not be able to afford rent without the help of social security benefits. But if rents rise... Read more »

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Institute for Government

Attempts to reform local services risk repeating past mistakes

Monday August 1st, 2016 03:52:29 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
The Government’s ambitious plan to save money while improving local public services for citizens hinges on better working between local organisations. But a new report warns that reforms risk stalling because of a failure to learn from what’s working – and what’s not.

Government must stop reaching for superficial solutions to public service failures

Monday July 25th, 2016 12:12:22 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
When schools, hospitals and councils fail, it is the people who rely on those services who are the worst affected. With pressure on budgets, continuing reform and increasing demand for services, further failures may be unavoidable.

Statement: Cabinet appointments & machinery of government changes

Thursday July 14th, 2016 04:37:40 PM nicole.valentinuzzi
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has undertaken an extensive reshuffle today, reconfiguring three departments and creating a new one entirely. Given the challenge of Brexit, some changes were inevitable. But the rationale for other changes is not yet clear – such costly upheavals rarely achieve their initial objectives.

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IEA

From the gender pay gap to the minimum wage to executive pay – the politicisation of pay must end

Friday August 26th, 2016 08:15:53 AM Kristian Niemietz
Economic logic suggests that free determination of employment contracts, like free trade, normally benefits both parties and leads to high levels of employment and economic growth. But this view has never been popular. Fifty years ago, it was the accepted belief that governments should determine pay increases, leading to the dead end of incomes policies … ...

Labour should focus on growth above inequality

Wednesday August 24th, 2016 11:56:43 AM Richard
It used to go without saying that growth matters. But if former US Treasury secretary Larry Summers now feels the need to take to the pages of the Financial Times to make the ‘progressive case for economic growth’, it shows just how far other issues, whether inequality or climate change, have come to dominate the … Continue reading "Labour should focus ...

Some non-shocking statistics on gender pay from the IFS

Tuesday August 23rd, 2016 11:52:02 AM Richard
“On average, women in paid work receive about 18% less per hour than men”. So reads the opening line of an Institute for Fiscal Studies–Joseph Rowntree Foundation press release for a new briefing note today. Here we go again. It’s a shame that another two high-profile organisations are propagating this. As we argued in last … Continue reading "Some ...

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Policy Exchange


Progress

The art of opposition

Friday August 26th, 2016 09:30:12 AM Jacqui Smith
Theresa May is not invincible. Here’s how to oppose her Let’s do a little late summer day-dreaming. Imagine we were in a fit state as a party to build an effective opposition to Theresa May and her government. What would we be doing? Where should we focus our efforts? I know from 10 years of ministerial life what an effective opposition …

The Alternative: Towards a New Progressive Politics

Friday August 26th, 2016 09:00:55 AM Patrick Diamond
The Alternative: Towards a New Progressive Politics Patrick Diamond and Maya Goodfellow each enjoy a new collection of essays from across the left – but questions around economic competence and the meaning of ‘progressive’ remain   The Alternative: Towards a New Progressive Politics Lisa Nandy MP, Caroline Lucas MP and Chris Bowers (Eds) BiteBack ...

Let’s talk about it: A national conversation on immigration

Friday August 26th, 2016 07:00:20 AM Jill Rutter
New net migration statistics just published will have offered little reassurance to those voters in the United Kingdom who list immigration alongside the NHS and the economy as their top concerns. There is little public trust in the ability of the government to manage migration in a way that works for everyone in Britain, with …

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