Exclusive IPPR research for Sky News has found just 1,309 social houses were built in rural areas in 2017-18, despite hundreds of thousands of people stuck on long waiting lists.
Jurors from our South Wales Valleys citizen' jury set out their proposals for a fair green transition.
Jurors from our Tees Valley and County Durham citizens' jury talk about what they have learned from the experience.
As many as one in four healthcare workers – equivalent to 330,000 staff - say they are more likely to leave the NHS due to a year of unprecedented pressure, according to new polling by IPPR/YouGov....
Here, Katie and Jesse from the jury speak to BBC environment correspondent Steffan Messenger about their ideas and what they learnt from the experience.
IPPR Senior Economist Carsten Jung is interviewed about our findings on Sky News' Ian King Live show. Almost 600,000 UK employers are at risk of business collapse in the spring without an urgent extension of government support.
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’.
IPPR Executive Director Carys Roberts discusses the latest GDP figures, the government's economic support measures and the proposed reforms to capital gains tax - which mirror IPPR proposals
Channel 4 News cover a report from IPPR and the Runnymede Trust think tanks on the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on ethnic minorities in the UK and what the government should be doing about it.
BBC Breakfast and News at One report featuring IPPR research on the flaws of the Job Support Scheme and the Job Retention Bonus.
IPPR Executive Director Carys Roberts discusses the Chancellor's Winter Economy Plan with former chair of the Council of Economic Advisors, Rupert Harrison