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Credible Energy Policy sets out why current energy policy is no longer fit for purpose, and provides a comprehensive overview of what is now required to address our ambitious climate change objectives, whilst maintaining security of supply.
Compassionate Economics: the social foundations of economic prosperity – a personal view is an examination of the fundamental drivers of both economic prosperity and social wellbeing, from which Jesse Norman attempts to set out a new economic agenda for the centre-right.
The hard truth about ‘soft’ subjects reveals that the vast majority of leading research universities are admitting fewer ‘soft’ A-levels and more traditional A-levels in comparison with the national uptake of these subjects in schools.
Policy Exchange investigates whether recently announced government stimulus measures will work.
This report is about the role that people can play in addressing the needs of our society when they have created financial wealth that they are prepared to invest philanthropically.
As the nation’s waistlines continue to grow, there is a need for a systematic review into the effectiveness of interventions aimed at tackling obesity, says the latest research by leading think tank Policy Exchange.
School Funding and Social Justice sets out how to establish a ‘pupil premium’ by attaching extra money for schools to pupils from disadvantaged communities according to their postcode.
The Cost of Complexity sets out in detail the complexity of the British tax system and the malign influence this has on the economy.
When Hassle Means Help, with contributions from international welfare experts, examines why conditionality works well in other countries, such as the US, Sweden and Germany – why it isn’t working in the UK – and how governments can most effectively get people back into work.
Each year, in England and Wales, approximately 66,000 offenders will return to society from prison. The estimated total cost of re-offending to society is £13 billion per year. You’re Hired! investigates ways of encouraging the employment of ex-offenders, thus reducing these figures.