Press & Media
Food parcels outrage should spark Whitehall debate on the benefits of cash transfers
Cash payments could replace government services and benefits under new test
|Published:||01 February 2021|
Create new ‘Health Hubs’ for high streets after the pandemic
Town centres where shops and offices fall vacant should be used to establish new “health hubs” combining GP surgeries, health and social care services and gyms, a think-tank says today.
|Published:||19 January 2021|
Covid warnings aren’t an effective obesity strategy
Government appeals to Britons to slim down in response to Covid-19 have not helped most people living with obesity to lose weight, according to new think-tank research.
|Published:||13 December 2020|
16% of children missed meals due to hardship during pandemic
16% of parents say their children missed meals due to hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic, a think-tank report shows today.
|Published:||09 December 2020|
Fixing Britain’s broken asylum system means taking more refugees
Migrant rights campaigners and the Home Office should agree a truce and work together on an approach that could see Britain accepting more refugees through safe and legal routes, a think-tank says today.
|Published:||30 November 2020|
Crackdown on “low-quality degrees” worthless without proper assessments
Politicians who criticise “low-quality” degree courses should develop a clearer way of assessing university courses, a new report says today.
|Published:||19 November 2020|