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By Charlotte Alldritt

Blog: The World Cup brings us together, shouldn’t economic policies do the same?

Inclusive growth, and the ideas and concepts emerging from it, represent a fundamental reassessment of our economic principles, priorities and assumptions – and a response to that disaffection. At the heart of it is one big idea: it isn’t enough to welcome the rate, or quantity of economic growth. We also have to consider its quality.
By Florian Ranft

Book: Work in the Digital Age Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Drawing on a wide range of international expertise, contributors examine important policy challenges arising from the transformation of work as a result of the introduction of digital technology at work.
By John Dudding

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

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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?

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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.

The Sun – DANGER ZONE Interactive map reveals England’s death hotspots – where you’re 30% more likely to die of preventable diseases

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The Sun reports about our report ‘Diagnosis Critical‘ report and highlights our interactive map indicating crunch and risk zones. Read the article here.

Daily Mail – England’s death hotspots: Interactive map shows the 32 areas where you are 29% more likely to die of avoidable causes ‘because of NHS funding issues’ (so how does your town fare?)

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The Daily Mail is reporting about our report ‘Diagnosis Critical‘ report and highlights our interactive map indicating crunch and risk zones. Read the article here.

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.

Health Service Journal – Exclusive: NHS ‘risk zones’ suggest link between finance and mortality

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The Health Service journal writes about CPP’s report ‘Diagnosis Critical‘: Launching an inquiry into health and social care in England’. Read the article.
By Charlotte Alldritt, Paul Caruana-Galizia

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.