This report outlines policy to make health improvement and the reduction of place-based health inequality a joint enterprise between local and national government
Introduction: In Boris Johnson’s first speech as Prime Minister he made a promise to the nation that he would “fix the crisis in social care once and for all with a clear plan we have...
The pandemic has had dire consequences for people’s lives – not just in health terms, but economically. This tide of hardship will only swell without adequate support for the economy.
Further education (FE) and skills are vital to delivering the government’s levelling up agenda. Low skill levels are a key factor in explaining the prevalence of low pay and progression in England....
Research reveals the devastating impact of Covid-19 on health charities. Analysis reveals that medical research charities are expected to lose almost 38 per cent of their fundraising income last academic year, and over 25 per cent this academic next year.
Once again Covid-19 is running along racial lines. Despite the inequalities exposed earlier this year, there has been little effort to stop Covid-19 hitting minority ethnic communities hardest as we enter the second wave.
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented disruption to schools and learners in England.
Why a 'whole society' approach is needed for the government to address growing levels of health risk faced by children in the UK.
Covid-19 has been the biggest disruption in education since the Second World War. Without action to address a widening ‘vulnerability gap’ we will fail to improve attainment for those furthest behind.
The pandemic has had many hidden costs to non-Covid patients, many of whom faced care being withdrawn. Among those affected are cancer patients. The overall effect has been to set back cancer outcomes by several years, this new research reveals.