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Optimism renewed: The prospect of a family policy that helps families stay on the ladder?

Some ten years ago, I remember sitting in the audience at a boys club in the east end of London, just feet away from new Tory leader David Cameron as he gave a brilliant note-free inaugural speech. As the world's press - and I - looked on, he talked passionately of his social justice mission to help those who had fallen off the ladder back on again. At the time, my colleagues at the Centre for Social Justice were compiling our independent state of the nation report on Read more

Optimism renewed: The prospect of a family policy that helps families stay on the ladder?

Some ten years ago, I remember sitting in the audience at a boys club in the east end of London, just feet away from new Tory leader David Cameron as he gave a brilliant note-free inaugural speech. As the world's press - and I - looked on, he talked passionately of his social justice mission to help those who had fallen off the ladder back on again. At the time, my colleagues at the Centre for Social Justice were compiling our independent state of the nation report on Read more

Harry Benson: Brexit – It can’t be like a divorce because it was never like a marriage

Well, if you can’t beat them join them. Since Brexit and its political consequences seems to be about the only story in town at the moment, I thought I’d add my voice to the tumult. Whatever one thinks of the result, there have been a number of attempts to describe Brexit in terms of a divorce. I’ve heard it in BBC interviews and I’ve read about it from divorce lawyers. When a relationship breaks down, everybody wants to smooth things over so that life can go on afterwards with minim

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