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The civil service has shrunk. But that’s only half the story. Institute for Government

Schools, schools and schools again. Analysing Labour’s education manifesto by the words they use the most. Nesta

‘Daddy leave.’ Will it really see men doing more housework and childcare? Policy Network

The coalition’s track record in health care. More talk than progress. King’s Fund

How to talk about inequality. Advice from Shelter. Sheila McKechnie Foundation


A centre right immigration manifesto. Work, students, families, refugees, integration. Bright Blue

Immigration on Twitter. Treating tweets as data. Demos

Ties that bind. The relationship between social cohesion, diversity and immigration. Adam Smith Institute

A global deal on climate change. What needs to happen to make it a possibility? Fabian Society

Changing British democracy. The problem of political inequality. IPPR

The red pill or the blue pill? Labour and Conservative approaches to health and social care. NLGN

Against Garden Cities. For denser living. Future Spaces Foundation

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The global impact of philanthropy. The Resource Alliance announce a two year study.

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