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ArticlesPatrick Hall
May 21, 2020

Patrick Hall: Environmentalists must stop pointing to Covid as the healer of Mother Earth

ArticlesSam Hall
May 15, 2020

Sam Hall: Turning to nature for solutions

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
May 14, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Big companies can share the cost of furlough

ArticlesSam Robinson
May 14, 2020

Sam Robinson: How can the UK pay off its Coronavirus bill? A carbon tax and reformed wealth taxes would help

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
April 23, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Liberalism lives on

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
April 22, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: How the pandemic forced long-overdue abortion law reform

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
April 17, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Why ministers must act to support the early-years childcare sector

ArticlesPatrick Hall
April 15, 2020

Patrick Hall: This crisis is a deadly reminder that we must up our game on biosecurity

ArticlesPatrick Hall
March 23, 2020

Patrick Hall: Marine Protected Areas: Why the UK needs more

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 23, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Next steps for the Chancellor in helping to support the self-employed

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 16, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Offer government loans to change economics of childcare

Articles
March 12, 2020

Nick Molho: The UK’s innovation policy must match the scale of the net zero challenge

Articles
March 9, 2020

Damian Collins MP: We should act now to make the big tech companies more responsible

Articles
March 9, 2020

Matt Warman MP: The UK’s tech sector has much to be optimistic about

ArticlesPatrick Hall
March 5, 2020

Patrick Hall: Ministers must act to prove that Britain is a world leader on green policy

ArticlesPatrick Hall
March 3, 2020

Patrick Hall: Thwarting the illegal wildlife trade

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
February 18, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: The professions are still very much a playground for the rich

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
February 12, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Trying to make sense of the political centre ground

ArticlesSam Robinson
February 6, 2020

Sam Robinson: Britain is a lot more socially mobile than you might assume

ArticlesPatrick Hall
February 3, 2020

Patrick Hall: Ecumenical Greens: the rise in centrist environmental politics

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
January 18, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse and Andrew Harrop: The case for a pensions commission

ArticlesPhoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield
January 14, 2020

Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield: Everything you need to know about the “gender wealth gap”

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
January 5, 2020

Ryan Shorthouse: Liberal thinking on populism

Anvar SarygulovArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 28, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse and Anvar Sarygulov: We need more migrants to become citizens

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 20, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Give me a break, we need short sharp holidays

ArticlesPatrick Hall
November 29, 2019

Patrick Hall: Nuclear power is safe option in fight against climate change despite Chernobyl disaster

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
November 26, 2019

William Nicolle: Fishy business in the ‘blue belt’

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
November 25, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Bright Blue – A down-to-earth manifesto from the Conservatives

ArticlesSam Robinson
November 23, 2019

Sam Robinson: Raising the National Insurance threshold is an opportunity to make the tax system fairer

ArticlesSam Robinson
November 23, 2019

Sam Robinson: Our consumption taxes are a nonsense – it’s high time for reform

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
November 9, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: What Johnson should do now to help workers and families

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
October 28, 2019

Will Nicolle: Carbon offsetting: the good and the bad

ArticlesSam Robinson
October 22, 2019

Sam Robinson: When it comes to pensions, the UK government is falling short

ArticlesPatrick Hall
October 18, 2019

Patrick Hall: The Environment Bill doesn’t go far enough on plastics

Anvar SarygulovArticles
October 11, 2019

Anvar Sarygulov: Unpaid carers deserve more attention from governments

ArticlesHelen Jackson
October 9, 2019

Helen Jackson: The public wants leadership on climate, not a bitter culture war

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
October 3, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Brexit is seeing struggle enough. Communitarians and libertarians don’t have to be in conflict.

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
October 1, 2019

William Nicolle: Could an upcoming climate summit become the next Paris agreement?

ArticlesContributor
October 1, 2019

Jim O’Neill: Why small towns are integral to the Northern Powerhouse if they recognise the greater good

ArticlesPatrick Hall
September 26, 2019

Patrick Hall: The government should increase revenue it raises through pigovian taxes

ArticlesPatrick Hall
September 18, 2019

Patrick Hall: Why air travel is more sustainable than you think

ArticlesSam Robinson
September 11, 2019

Sam Robinson: Working people until they drop isn’t the answer to population ageing

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
September 6, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Has the Tories’ hardball Brexit strategy and ruthless party management gone too far?

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
August 23, 2019

Will Nicolle: Emission impossible? We need to increase national accountability for air pollution

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
August 22, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Devil fines work for idle engines

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
August 22, 2019

Will Nicolle: Brexit is an opportunity to improve the quality of our air

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
August 20, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Knowing your neighbours is good for you, so go and say hello

ArticlesWilliam Nicolle
August 12, 2019

Will Nicolle: Be ambitious in the fight against air pollution

Articles
August 6, 2019

Sam Robinson: Investing ethically can pay off

ArticlesSam Lampier
July 18, 2019

Sam Lampier: The benefits of boosting neighbourhood trust

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
July 15, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: How to boost integration

Articles
July 9, 2019

John Lamont: Contrary to the SNP’s expectations, the closer we get to Brexit, the more popular the Union becomes

Articles
July 9, 2019

John Curtice: The fast rise and fall of the two-party system

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 10, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Case for ringfencing funds for children’s centres

ArticlesSam Lampier
June 7, 2019

Sam Lampier: Have attitudes to immigration really softened since the EU referendum?

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 5, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Tory leader race is chance for a sensible migrant policy

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
June 4, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Augar’s plan to restore England’s maintenance grants is a mistake

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
May 30, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Theresa May’s tuition fee review is a grave political mistake

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
May 16, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Green-edged Tories

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
May 2, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Quality of childcare must be improved, not the quantity

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
April 29, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: How to add contributions and incentives to the benefits system

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
April 12, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Control, contribution and cohesion

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 19, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: The post-Brexit salary threshold for migrants is arbitrarily high

Anvar SarygulovArticles
March 13, 2019

Anvar Sarygulov: Here’s how the Government can improve Universal Credit

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
March 7, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Conservatism needn’t be the opposite of progress—it only asks that we think things through

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
February 26, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Let millennials meander to adulthood via trial and error

ArticlesWilf Lytton
February 18, 2019

Wilf Lytton: Our dependency on natural gas will cost us if we don’t act swiftly

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
January 25, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: We should look beyond the gender pay gap—and focus our efforts on the most vulnerable women

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
January 10, 2019

Ryan Shorthouse: Business and universities should pay more for higher education

ArticlesRyan Shorthouse
December 20, 2018

Ryan Shorthouse: With student debt now blowing a hole in the government’s budget, should tuition fees be cut?