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...
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...
Prosperity and justice after the pandemic
The inequalities across the UK is starting to play out in our politics. People do not believe that their voices are being heard and feel disempowered. This report outlines policy options to aid in creating an economy that delivers both prosperity and justice for all...
Ending the race to the bottom: why the UK should seize the opportunity to support a global minimum corporation tax
Since taking office, US President Joe Biden has put forward a bold plan for international cooperation to stop tax avoidance by multinational companies. The UK has every reason to support the Biden Administration's plan for a global minimum corporation tax, this paper argues, and for...
The truth tellers: why we need profound audit sector reform now
In this first report of a three-part series, the authors provide an assessment of the core problems of the audit sector and their costs for society. They also show how a reformed audit sector could be boon for a productive economy.