Enshrining the doctrine of reasonable accommodation in the Bill would substantially improve the status quo.
Lord Howard and Charles Moore cross swords with Lord Hope and Joshua Rosenberg on the changing role of our courts and the criticism it brings.
“A missed opportunity.” “Spending barely trimmed.” It’s a thumbs-down for the Chancellor from centre-right think tanks
The Centre for Social Justice applauds the Universal Credit changes. But praise elsewhere is thin.
Mark Morrin and Phillip Blond: How to help white working class children in deprived areas to prosper
Grammar schools are part of a mix that could boost opportunity in places such as Knowsley – the second most deprived authority in England
The referendum has exposed the divisions in our society must never before. A robust approach to social justice must be the Prime Minister’s priority.
Research shows that places like Manchester, Birmingham, and Leeds are overwhelmingly preferred by growth-driving business, and lift their rural hinterlands too.
Our latest survey reveals a worrying ‘Dad Gap’ that will have huge knock-on effects on the life chances of millions of children.
The TPA identifies 325 taxpayer-funded public health employees. Combined with Public Health England’s budget of around £3.6 billion, this is an expensive and powerful lobby.
Some answers from a seminar at Policy Exchange.
We must understand why people voted as they did if we are to heal the divisions exposed by the referendum and make a success of Brexit.
A compassionate society supports its most vulnerable members to fulfil their potential, and our report suggests how the Government can do this.
One constant risk to our constitutional settlement is that courts will go too far in reviewing executive action – that they will promote the rule of judges under the guise of the rule of law.
There is strong public support for powerful mayors who can take the lead on tackling the problems of our city regions.
Bright Blue’s new project aims to push policies which will ensure this really is “the greenest government ever”.
All the expert reaction to business rates relief, the changing deficit forecasts, the sugar tax and more.