Understanding ‘Early Exiters’: the case for a healthy ageing workforce strategy
Compared to before the pandemic, there are over 100,000 more people aged 50-64 who are no longer in work because of a long-term health condition in the United Kingdom. This report explores this issue in greater detail.
Working together: the case for universal employment support
This report examines employment support services in the United Kingdom which help people find work. It recommends introducing a new system, the Universal Work Service, which would offer integrated employment support, skills and careers advice services.
All ears: putting the public at the heart of levelling up
If 'levelling up' is to be seen as legitimate by those it is trying to help, it must meaningfully involve the public in decisions about how money is spent. This report finds that that the public is divided on what levelling up should look like...
The climate consensus
At a decisive point for climate action, this report presents a viable path to meeting the United Kingdom’s 2030 target, with the UK public united in support of a climate policy package that could barely impact on weekly costs for the lowest income households.