The Centre for Policy Studies, Institute of Economic Affairs, Bright Blue, and others give their verdict on the Conservatives’ programme for government.
The European Convention on Human Rights is critical to holding the UK together.
Bright Blue, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Resolution Foundation and others give their views.
Diversity is no guarantee of community: we must nurture it, based on a clear definition of what it means to be an integrated citizen.
The Centre for Social Justice applauds the Universal Credit changes. But praise elsewhere is thin.
Suella Fernandes, Alan Mak, Ryan Shorthouse, James Frayne, Hannah David and others give their view.
Better to engage instead with the huge opportunities that post-Brexit rural policy presents.
Blind faith in new nuclear and shale gas have yielded precisely zero for UK security of supply, despite constant rhetoric to the contrary.
Our new Prime Minister must sort out Ministerial confusion over what a post-Brexit immigration policy looks like.
Many feel British and have a Commonwealth attachment – but worry that the Brexit campaign is run by UKIP.
Our Five-plus ideas focus on good jobs, decent incomes, secure and affordable housing and the best start in life for all our children and grandchildren
Bright Blue’s new project aims to push policies which will ensure this really is “the greenest government ever”.
There are negative possibilities for the supply of jobs, positive ones for productivity – and a lot of variation across sections.
Earlier this week, Bright Blue published its report “Standing Alone?” which focuses on self-employed individuals who are in low income households.
This agenda has never been put to the electoral test, whilst the traditionalist strategy can be seen to have had limitations.