This report identifies six areas where policy needs to change to tackle health inequality, and makes recommendations across the NHS and the socioeconomic drivers of poor health.
Well-designed, comprehensive policy to realise the opportunities of home decarbonisation and meet net zero targets for the UK has never been more important.
The debate on decarbonisation has shifted from ‘whether’ we transition to ‘how’. However, there is a need to broaden these debates beyond green and environmental perspectives and to involve anti-poverty groups and perspectives.
This paper explores how the government and NHS England can take their reform agenda one crucial step further and looks to inform the forthcoming white paper on integration.
There is more to be done to ‘build back batter’ cancer care. To that end, we recommend a new three-part cancer pledge for the country to build capacity, harness innovation and better prevent cancers developing.
To ‘build back better’ we will have to do much more than increase investment: we need to challenge damaging concentrations of power.
We set out the case to scrap council tax and stamp duty and replace them with a tax proportional to the value of the property itself.
Digital exclusion was a problem long before the Covid-19 pandemic. However, since the pandemic began, there has been increased reliance on access to digital services.
Covid-19 has had a disproportionate impact on disabled people, with data suggesting that during the first nine months of the pandemic, the risk of death was at least twice as great among disabled...
The UK economy is on its way to recovery, but many jobs have still not returned. And without policy support its entrenched weaknesses, such as insecure work and low pay are here to stay