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Organisation

Institute for Public Policy Research

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IPPR
Report

A new consensus? How public opinion has warmed to immigration

Public attitudes to immigration in the United Kingdom have warmed considerably in recent years. This paper - drawing on new analysis of attitudes data, including the British Election Study and the Ipsos immigration tracker - explores how views have changed and what this means for...
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Spending and stability: how much fiscal space does the UK have?

This briefing outlines the current macroeconomic situation and disentangles the binding constraints on fiscal policy in the United Kingdom in the short term and the medium term.
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Science or stagnation? Next steps for life sciences policy in England

A key conclusion from this report is that the United Kingdom is unlikely to lead in an increasingly competitive, global life science market unless it has a clear sense of the role of government within the health research ecosystem – and a mechanism to deliver...
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Understanding the rise in Channel crossings

The purpose of this paper is to promote research on the reasons for the increase in the rise of people crossing the English Channel by small boat, to help form a firmer basis for a humane and effective policy response.
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Towards a childcare guarantee

Childcare and early education in England isn’t working – for children, parents or providers. This report argues that it’s time for a childcare guarantee to lower barriers for parents getting back into work, to reduce costs for families with children, and to ensure every child...