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Marking 100 years of the BBC, this edition of Progressive Review focusses on the future of public service broadcasting in the rapidly changing media landscape While some may argue that...
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Six years after the historic international consensus to tackle climate change in Paris, the reaction to the Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow was noticeably more muted. This was supposed to be...
IPPR executive director Carys Roberts speaks to BBC News on the day the government is unveiling details of its levelling up agenda.
Channel 4 News lead story is IPPR's State of Health and Care report. Our analysis shows the scale of the damage done by the pandemic across several major health conditions and puts forward a package of six ambitious changes to ‘build back better’.
The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice made the case for radical economic reform. This film is a summary of our national events series, engaging local policy communities and the wider public to...
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