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In The Times yesterday, the commentator and confidant of the chancellor, Danny Finkelstein, penned an intriguing article calling for a new ‘NHS tax’. It merited attention not because it called for an hypothecated tax for the NHS – an idea … Continue reading

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It is a widely held assumption among policymakers that the way to tackle childhood obesity – particularly among working class children – is to get them all doing lots of school sport. And after the success of the London 2012 … Continue reading

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The IFS and Nuffield Trust have a report out today on scenarios for health and social care spending over the next decade. This is a very important contribution to the debate on future fiscal pressures and priorities.

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