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‘Labour must straddle the education divide to achieve victory’
New research shows the extent to which Labour’s hopes of achieving power depends on overcoming recent divisions between school-leavers and graduates.
|Published:||26 November 2023|
80% of landlords want stricter energy efficiency rules on their properties
Nearly four-fifths of landlords favour raising the minimum energy efficiency standard (MEES) on rental properties, suggesting that the government’s recent u-turn was counter-productive.
|Published:||24 November 2023|
SMF responds to Autumn Statement 2023
The Social Market Foundation's response to the Autumn Statement follows below.
|Published:||22 November 2023|
‘Educators need to improve leadership quality or continue to lose talent’
Schools, colleges and universities need to improve their leadership and management to avoid a worsening retention crisis, a think tank has warned today.
|Published:||16 November 2023|
5 million people driven into poverty by transport costs
Transport costs are keeping 5 million people (8% of the UK population) below the poverty line, first-of-its-kind tracker shows today. Without measuring ‘transport poverty’, we can’t address families’ cost of living burdens, think tank warns.
|Published:||15 November 2023|
Banning no-fault evictions would not harm rental sector, research shows
Housing Secretary Michael Gove risks renters’ rights and wellbeing by delaying a ban on no-fault evictions based on false claims that Britain’s rental sector would collapse, a think tank warns.
|Published:||08 November 2023|