The brochure from Reform's Schools for the future conference on 1 July, including contributions from Nick Gibb MP, Professor Francis O'Gorman and Ros McMullen.
The brochure from the Reforming welfare conference on 30 June, including contributions from Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP and Steve Webb MP, Janet Daley and Matthew Taylor
An ICAEW survey showing that 82 per cent of public sector finance managers say they can make savings without damaging existing levels of service in the next two years. Most believe they can save up to 5 per cent of costs which would equate to a saving of nearly £20 billion.
Reform's alternative Budget argues that the borders of the state need to be redrawn and proposes a package of spending cuts and tax rises to eliminate the deficit in this Parliament
Reform's pre-election briefing on welfare
Reform's pre-election briefing on education
Reform's pre-election briefing on health
Reform's pre-election briefing on public sector productivity
Reform's pre-Budget briefing discusses how to eliminate the structural deficit and pave the way for a return to growth
Reform's report on NHS reform proposes a reconfiguration of services, away from hospitals and towards community service, in order to improve care and reduce costs
Reform's report on tax policy argues that tax rises - necessary to fix the disastrous public finances - must be done in the least economically damaging way possible.
Reform's look at competition policy argues Government policy has weakened competition, and that this must be restored as an essential plank of the UK's return to economic growth