Press & Media
Consumers suffer as pandemic hits competition and boosts big business
Key consumer markets became less competitive during the pandemic as customers shopped around less and big suppliers captured a greater market share, new research reveals today.
|Published:||10 May 2021|
Advocates’ failure to grasp public concerns over asylum has given Home Office upper hand over reforms
Migrant rights charities and activists have failed to address public concerns that many people claiming asylum in the UK are not genuine refugees, a think-tank report says today.
|Published:||05 May 2021|
Employee share owners enjoy a £10,000 wealth premium
Low-income workers who own shares in the company they work for enjoy a £10,000 “wealth premium”, new analysis shows today.
|Published:||04 May 2021|
More people would prefer their children to learn a trade than go to university – poll
More people (48%) would prefer their child to get a vocational qualification after leaving school instead of attending university (37%) or starting work (8%), a think-tank has found.
|Published:||22 April 2021|
Hartlepool is ‘apprenticeship capital of England’ – by-election study
Hartlepool has more school-leavers who go on to advanced apprenticeships and other “higher technical” qualifications than anywhere else in England, a think-tank reveals today.
|Published:||13 April 2021|
New opportunity: Events and Office Administrator
A fantastic opportunity to join the Social Market Foundation - Britain's leading cross-party think tank - in a role supporting the delivery of our events and day-to-day activities. Applications close at 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021
|Published:||30 March 2021|