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Homes, health, and COVID-19: how poor housing adds to the hardship of the coronavirus crisis

Written by: Amy Clair, ESRC Research Centre for Micro-Social Change, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex

Published: 02 April 2020
Author: Amy Clair
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Media Release

PRESS RELEASE: New research reveals Britons still prefer the bank branch for complex transactions, despite rise in online and mobile banking

...financial transactions online. Perhaps surprisingly, older consumers are more likely than average to manage their money completely online, while fewer younger consumers behave in this way than might be expected....
Published: 28 January 2016
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Publication

Balancing Bricks & Click: Understanding how consumers manage their money

...small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Managing money online Most consumers (70%) are happy to carry out simple, day-to-day tasks like checking their balance or paying bills online. A majority are...
Published: 28 January 2016
Author: Katie Evans
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Chalk + Talk – Digital Campaigning: Where is it happening? Who does it reach? And does it work?

...interesting results. In the US, where 17% of population reported direct online contact from parties, the demographics of engagement are largely the same for both online and offline campaigning methods....
Published: 13 March 2015
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Media Release

Online gambling should face Β£100 a month cap on spend

Gamblers should be protected by a new Β£100-a-month cap on spending to limit the harm that can be done by online gambling, a think-tank recommends today.

Published: 05 August 2020
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Brexit and the public finances

In this blog we look at the possible impact of Brexit on Government targets for the public finances, including deficit reduction and borrowing. We find that the impact leaves many of the spending suggestions made during the referendum campaign unfunded.

Published: 28 June 2016
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New β€œMinister for Competition” needed after Brexit

A new β€œMinister for Competition” should be appointed as part of a post-Brexit overhaul of Britain’s competition laws, a think-tank says today.

Published: 31 July 2018
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Commentary

How a points-based system could mean better immigration policy

In other countries, points-based systems which govern immigration for work have encouraged a culture of greater empiricism, a willingness to review outcomes, learn from them and adapt immigration policies accordingly. Will the UK have a similar experience?

Published: 03 March 2020
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News

Rt Hon Lord Andrew Tyrie, Keynote Speech to the SMF

Lord Andrew Tyrie, Chair of the Competition and Markets Authority, delivered a speech to the Social Market Foundation discussing the CMA's recent proposals for reforms to competion law and policy in the UK.

Published: 08 May 2019
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