Competition Policy

Working Paper: Don’t shoot the messenger – Why mergers and acquisitions highlight, not cause, the UK’s economic issues

Despite the political noise, John Dudding from the Centre for Progressive Policy argues that the economic case for a public interest test for takeovers doesn’t stack up

By John Dudding

Health and Social Care

Blog: What role for place in enabling healthy lives?

Deprivation, measured across income, employment, education, housing and crime, can explain almost half of the variation in male life expectancy at birth at the local authority level.

By The Centre

Health and Social Care

Report: Diagnosis Critical – Launching an inquiry into health and social care in England

Marking the launch of our health and social care programme, our new and independent paper has identified two stark population inequalities which powerfully show why this work is needed.

By Charlotte Alldritt, Paul Caruana-Galizia

Public Services, Welfare and Skills

Blog: Why a reliance on skilled immigration puts the UK skills system at risk

A well-balanced, locally-driven skills system will equip UK workers for the future and make the most of skilled immigrants.

By Sophie Brownlee

Working Paper: Don’t shoot the messenger – Why m ...

By John Dudding

Blog: What role for place in enabling healthy lives?

By The Centre

Report: Diagnosis Critical – Launching an inquiry into ...

By Charlotte Alldritt, Paul Caruana-Galizia

Blog: Why a reliance on skilled immigration puts the UK skil ...

By Sophie Brownlee

Working Paper: Don’t shoot the messenger – Why mergers and acquisitions highlight, not cause, the UK’s economic issues

Despite the political noise, John Dudding from the Centre for Progressive Policy argues that the economic case for a public interest test for takeovers doesn’t stack up

Blog: What role for place in enabling healthy lives?

Deprivation, measured across income, employment, education, housing and crime, can explain almost half of the variation in male life expectancy at birth at the local authority level.

Blog: Neither hospitals nor social care are designed to cope with an ageing population

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Our new report, ‘Diagnosis Critical: launching an inquiry into health and social care in England’, shows that the decline in public expenditure on social care is impacting the NHS’s capacity to respond to increased demand whilst itself experiencing a slowdown in funding growth.