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IPPR's manifesto for change: General election 2017 debt


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IPPR's manifesto for change: General election 2017 debt

As the UK prepares to return to the polling stations on 8 June it is clear that Brexit will dominate much of the public debate over the next five weeks, as the negotiations and the aftermath will dominate British politics over the next five years. 


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

Scotland skills 2030: The future of work and the skills system in Scotland debt


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Scotland skills 2030: The future of work and the skills system in Scotland debt

While the Scottish labour market has improved in some ways in recent years, we continue to suffer from lower rates of in-work progression and productivity than the UK as a whole, and pay rates also lag behind. This report identifies the gaps and overlaps in Scotland's skills provision, and proposes how they can be remedied to ensure that Scotland enjoys inclusive economic growth in future. >


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

IPPR's manifesto for change: General election 2017 debt


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 IPPR's manifesto for change: General election 2017 debt

As the UK prepares to return to the polling stations on 8 June it is clear that Brexit will dominate much of the public debate over the next five weeks, as the negotiations and the aftermath will dominate British politics over the next five years. 


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

The future of childcare in London: Devolving funding for greater affordability, access and equality debt


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The future of childcare in London: Devolving funding for greater affordability, access and equality debt

While ensuring sufficient high-quality, flexible childcare is an issue across the country, London faces unique challenges in terms of affordability, inequity and undersupply. This report presents the case for a comprehensive new deal for childcare in London – one in which the city would take direct control of its childcare market to ensure it meets the needs of children, parents, and the economy.


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

England’s new leaders: How mayors can transform their cities debt


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England’s new leaders: How mayors can transform their cities debt

Six of England’s major cities will soon be under new leadership. If their powers are used effectively, these mayors could greatly improve the everyday lives of their citizens. This report addresses the gaps in policymaking that will enable them to deliver on this opportunity, and puts forward 30 policies that would transform their city regions. 


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.

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