Building more houses is a necessary but not sufficient means of ensuring rising home ownership for younger people.
Posts Tagged: Social Justice
Health and Social Care 3) Ryan Bourne: The battle for spending control and lower taxes appears to be lost
There is nothing for productivity growth, ageing, minimum wage hikes, tailoring care to individual needs, or councils’ incentives to build more homes.
Michael Goode: How to close the inspiration gap in schools between students’ ability and their outcomes
Looking back on my schooldays, I can see how little we had in terms of inspiration. We simply didn’t know what we could aim for.
Raghib Ali: Systemic classism, not racism. Why the main factor in health and educational inequalities is deprivation, not race.
The fourth part of a series on ConHome this week about the politics of race and ethnicity in Britain today.
Richard Sloggett: There will be no levelling up for Britain if there’s no levelling up for health. Here’s a plan to deliver it.
The pandemic has regularly pitched the economy and health on different sides of the policy response. This is a false choice.
Frank Young: Today’s Commons debates, why measuring relative poverty doesn’t work – and what Ministers should do instead
The Prime Minster could do worse than dust down the Social Justice Outcomes Framework published by the Coalition Government.
It stands to reason that an early return to online learning, or a late return to school, is going to hit the worst-off children hardest.
We could, if lost time really is the objection to 2021’s exams going ahead, shorten the Easter holidays and pay teachers a bonus for extra work.
Reducing their length will help close this attainment gap, while reducing the burden on working families.
Damian Green: Why a forced choice between a Brexity North and a Globalist South would be a false one – and damage our Party
The first of a ConHome series this week on Boris Johnson’s Reset Moment – and what should follow from it.
The fourth in our mini-series of pieces from the Centre for Social Justice on the virus – and helping those in deep poverty.
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.
The first in a mini-series of pieces from the Centre for Social Justice on Covid-19 – and helping those in deep poverty.
Introducing a series this week on ConservativeHome with the Centre for Social Justice about the pandemic and fairness
We need a long-term poverty strategy and a Social Justice Cabinet Committee. And here’s a Christmas holiday plan for childrens’ food.
Ministers could not have handled the matter worse if they’d tried. But Paul Maynard, pictured, is championing a solution.