There may some ingenious halfway house solution. But it is hard to say how extending it for another year can be avoided.
Posts Tagged: Philippa Stroud
Until Ministers have a clear direction in which to steer the ship of anti-poverty policy, they will be at the mercy of the passengers.
Philippa Stroud: Our Race Equality Commission aims for a UK in which every individual can fulfil their unique potential
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.
Like the virus itself, and like other restrictions, this shutdown will come down hardest on the deep poor
Duncan Smith names “five giants”: family breakdown, worklessness, serious personal debt, addiction and educational underachievement.
Phillipa Stroud: Coronavirus has hit those in poverty hardest. The Government must support employment, fast.
The next step is for a commission to be established that can develop solutions to the current inequalities we have seen.
If the Prime Minister doesn’t have confidence in his most senior Ministers, it’s impossible to see how anyone else can.
Why is the Party so mistrustful of Tory intellectuals? We mourn the passing of our former contributor.
Dom Morris: A National Welfare Council, uniting disparate departments and agencies, could greatly alleviate poverty
This strategic approach has brought sizeable benefits in the field of security, and could work for welfare, too.
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.
Philippa Stroud’s new Social Metrics Commission hopes to bring light to murky statistical waters. But can numbers ever truly neutralise politics?
The idea that our departure opens up new economic opportunities is a huge challenge to those who built their careers on the Brussels model.
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.
He represents a proudly provincial conservatism, in which the condition of the striving classes, and of the industries on which they depend, matter a hundred times more than the City of London.
The PIP row and IDS’s resignation. Almost two out of three party member respondents to our survey blame Osborne.
About one in six say that the former Work and Pensions Secretary is more at fault.
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