Economy and public finances
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Welfare
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Political parties and elections

Beveridge mark II?

The future of social security

UpcomingTuesday 26 November 2019

From a new ‘triple-locked’ state pension to big welfare cuts for young families and the roll-out of the Universal Credit, no area of the state has undergone such a radical transformation over the past decade as social security. That transformation is set to continue in the next parliament too, as Universal Credit is extended to … Continued

Tax
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Political parties and elections

A taxing election

Do the parties’ tax plans match up to the needs of modern Britain?

Wednesday 13 November 2019

At an event at its Westminster offices, the Resolution Foundation presented new analysis on the changing shape of the UK’s system, and the main parties’ tax plans. Panel including Edward Troup, former Executive Chair of HMRC.

Economy and public finances
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Political parties and elections

The shape of things to come

Assessing the main parties' plans for tax and spend

Monday 4 November 2019

Monday 4 November, 9.40-11am, Resolution Foundation offices, Westminster | Part I of a pre-election trilogy of RF events on the past, present and future of the state After almost a decade of austerity, both main political parties want to expand the size of the state – with commitments from new hospitals to renationalised utility companies expected in … Continued

Political parties and elections

How to train your Prime Minister

What can the last nine leaders teach us?

Tuesday 17 September 2019

Chief Executive Torsten Bell discusses Steve Richard’s new book ‘The Prime Ministers’ with the author, before taking part in a wider discussion and audience Q&A about the leadership qualities of UK Prime Ministers past, present and (possibly) future.

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