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The front line

December 2009


Reform's report argues that the front line of public services needs to change to tackle the deficit.

Tags: Government, Economy, Andrew Haldenby, Patrick Nolan,

Reform's road to ruin

14 October 2009

Left Foot Forward, Rupert Read

Tags: Economy, Lucy Parsons

Road to recovery

October 2009

Reform's report on the future of UK infrastructure

Tags: Economy, Nick Bosanquet, Thomas Cawston, Andrew Haldenby,

What do the Tories need to say about cuts?

17 September 2009

ConservativeHome, Tim Montgomerie

Tags: Economy, Lucy Parsons

Letter to The Times

03 September 2009


Greg Rosen, Lucy Parsons and Andrew Haldenby

Tags: Government, Greg Rosen, Lucy Parsons, Andrew Haldenby

Back to black

April 2009


Reform's Budget 2009 paper

Tags: Economy, Dale Bassett, Nick Bosanquet, Andrew Haldenby,

Fit for purpose

March 2009

Reform's proposals for Civil Service reform. The report examines international systems to see what lessons Whitehall can learn.

Tags: Government, Andrew Haldenby, Lucy Parsons

The hole we are in and how to get out of...

November 2008

Reform's look at the public finances, exploring the dangers of fiscal stimulus and examining how a programme of public sector reform, combined with increased productivity in the private sector and for individuals, will lead the way out of recession.

Tags: Economy, Dale Bassett, Nick Bosanquet, Lucy Parsons

Financial capability can deliver social...

November 2008

A response to a Reform seminar on financial capability and social mobility with Chris Grayling MP, Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary.

Tags: Economy, Lucy Parsons

The lawful society

September 2008


The report finds that the British public have become "passive bystanders", uninformed about crime and unlikely to participate in maintaining justice.

Tags: Andrew Haldenby, Lucy Parsons, criminal justice

Shifting the unequal state: From public...

April 2008


The report shows that the UK is the "divided society" of Europe. This not only has a negative social impact but a large economic cost of wasted talent - up to £32bn per year or £1,300 for each household.

Tags: Economy, Andrew Haldenby, Lucy Parsons