These bring different people together in pursuit of a common good, so that social cohesion and capital is strengthened.
Richard Ekins: Braverman is right to seek clarification from the Court of Appeal on the Colston case
A new report argues that recent attacks on her decision have been neither fair nor well-judged.
Decarbonisation has challenges, but offers immense opportunities to revitalise our country’s industrial heartlands.
Our research shows many are going back into home working situations that are not only simply inconvenient, but dangerous.
Two recent judgments reflect the concerns about overreach we have covered at Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project.
Cristina Odone: We must do more to protect the thousands who suffer domestic abuse, but have no recourse to justice
For lots of women, their ‘insecure’ immigration status means their abuser can deport them, should they blow the whistle.
From the environment to trade, crisis responses and violence against women and girls, there is much to be done.
We need a new cross-departmental task force for flood-risk development, overseen by a new ministerial post.
It’s wrong that so many young people are induced to wrack up debt for qualifications that do not boost their prospects.
Government requires a new spatial strategy for deciding where and how investment should be made.
How have think-tanks and campaign groups responded to the Chancellor’s fiscal and economic initiatives?
Gavin Rice: Free from EU rules, Government contracts can be used as a tool to help struggling communities
Public bodies should award contracts to tenderers operating in regions with the most economic need.
Ministers cannot afford to focus on a few so-called priority areas – it will take bold and imaginative reform to deliver fairness for all.
They can increase housing supply, save the government further spending, and show key workers that their sacrifice has not been forgotten.
Low paid and part-time jobs. Poor digital and physical connectivity. A lack of qualifications. We need to level up too.