And: Churchill-mania, Moggmania, and the passion of Rory Stewart. Plus: too many lobbyists.
Posts Tagged: Centre for Social Justice
Through the Centre for Social Justice, she has put her time into actively working on the difficult issues we also face such as homelessness.
Georgie Callé: How I lost nine stone. And the missing element in the obesity debate – the role of mental health.
I was able to lose weight because I finally found a way to overcome the problems that plagued me since childhood.
Each Secretary of State in every department should examine the impact of their department’s policies on families’ lives.
The era of social media and smartphones means there are new pressures on children. Promoting marriage and stability is more important than ever.
Rory Geoghegan: Short-term prison sentences do nothing for prolific offenders. We must get serious about tackling the causes of crime.
Our latest Centre for Social Justice report – Desperate for a Fix – focuses on prolific drug-addicted people and proposes a new Second Chance Programme.
Patrick Spencer and Gerard Lyons: Yes, the British jobs story is a good one – but we can’t count on it carrying on forever
A report published by the Centre for Social Justice today outlines four major traps that could jeopardise Britain’s employment miracle.
Onward, FREER, the revitalised CPS. The Tory MPs involved in all these will have to take some risks if they’re to get off the groumd.
Many women’s lives could be transformed by the right approach – this issue must not be neglected or forgotten amid bigger and more newsworthy events.
New polling on behalf of the Centre for Social Justice and Family Stability Network helps to highlight what young people themselves are asking for.
Well, at least more people than previously now know he is Minister for Children and Families. What should be in his in-tray?
The problem starts before children enter primary school – maintaining healthy lifestyles at home is not just about education but also ensuring that cookery skills and utensils are available.
That doesn’t just mean talking about it – it means putting it into practice both in Government and in how we run our own Party operations.
To date she has steered clear of the phrase, but it should be core to the work of any government which wants all Britons to fulfil their potential.
It needs investment, but is a vast improvement on the system it replaces. The MPs who want a delay are misguided.