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Escaping low pay: how to break away from in-work poverty

Tuesday 11 November 2014

Wages & Income

Low pay and social mobility are recognised as serious problems across the political spectrum, yet there is a lack of understanding of the extent of pay immobility and what can be done about it. On 11 November the Resolution Foundation will present the findings of our final report on pay progression. It will examine the characteristics … Continued

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David Laws

How should we share the gain and the pain in the next Parliament?

Monday 6 October 2014

Shared Growth

After years of stagnating living standards it is vital that we share in the gains of economic recovery and fairly distribute the burden of eliminating the deficit during the next parliament. At this Resolution Foundation event David Laws MP (Minister of State for Schools and for the Cabinet Office) and Tom Brake MP (Deputy Leader … Continued

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Lord Freud

Universal Credit – how do we make it work?

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Welfare & Tax Reform

Universal Credit represents the most significant transformation of our welfare system, merging six separate in and out of work benefits into one. While the principles of simplification and making work pay are widely supported, questions remain about UC’s ability to deliver on these original intentions. The Resolution Foundation has recently kicked off an independent review … Continued

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How should we share the gain and the pain in the next Parliament?

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Shared Growth

After years of stagnating living standards it is vital that we share in the gains of economic recovery and fairly distribute the burden of eliminating the deficit during the next parliament. At this Resolution Foundation event Rachel Reeves MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions) discussed the Labour agenda for generating shared growth and … Continued

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Living in the House of Debt

Wednesday 3 September 2014

Debt & Savings

Very high levels of household debt have been a stubbornly persistent feature of many developed economies – including those of the UK and the US – before, during and since the financial crisis. The Resolution Foundation has led UK analysis of how this debt may carry severe consequences for many families and for the wider … Continued

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Where next for childcare policy? Learning from the 2004 childcare strategy

Wednesday 4 June 2014

Childcare & Families

In 2004, the Government launched a 10-Year Childcare Strategy that set the policy agenda for a decade. The event will launch the Family and Childcare Trust’s review of the achievements of the last ten years of childcare policy, developments under two successive administrations and identify key policy lessons for the future. The Rt Hon Margaret … Continued

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