We will do this by speaking with as many people and communities across the UK as we can, and will produce a series of recommendations for Government.
The Legatum Institute has this week published a methodology for one. We don’t claim that it has all the answers, but it does offer a guide to hard policy choices.
We are allowing others to create a narrative for us, and in the absence of an agreed poverty measure and subsequent strategy, we always will.
The next step is for a commission to be established that can develop solutions to the current inequalities we have seen.
For too long, much of the political and policy debate on this has not been focused on the action needed to drive better outcomes for the most disadvantaged in our society.
Of the 66 million people globally who have been forcibly displaced, approximately 40.3 million are displaced within their own countries.
The idea that our departure opens up new economic opportunities is a huge challenge to those who built their careers on the Brussels model.
And the Government needs in the forthcoming Budget to map out a plan for the great challenges of our time: squeezed incomes, changing work, mass migration.
A CSJ report makes 40 practical recommendations to help tackle this scourge in every country in Europe.
Dame Sally Coates’s review, published this week and accepted yesterday by Michael Gove, sets out the right forward.
Focusing on average income can be dangerously misleading. The new life chances measures do a far better job.
We need to campaign on better Life Chances, find new innovative ways of measuring poverty, and tackle Britain’s biggest social problems.