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NHS bill set to rise by more than £50bn by 2030

New findings by IPPR for the Lord Darzi Review of Health and Care show that returning the NHS to its long run funding growth will require a year-on-year increase in annual expenditure. This additiona…

25/04/2018
Public services Commission on Economic Justice Press Releases

IPPR appoints new Head of News and Communications

IPPR, the UK’s pre-eminent progressive think tank, has appointed former national newspaper journalist David Wastell to step up its external communications and engage with new audiences. Wastell, …

24/04/2018
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22/06/2018 21:36 - 21:36
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Macroeconomic policy dangerously ill-equipped for next recession

Current macroeconomic policy is not fit for purpose, and conventional methods to boost the economy are not fit to respond to a future recession, according to a new report from IPPR, the progressive …

22/04/2018
Press Releases Economy Commission on Economic Justice

Asylum policy is a gendered issue

The defining issues of the past three years have been the refugee crisis and the rising tide of feminism. Thousands of people have marched under the banners of #RefugeesWelcome and #Time’sUp, and …

20/04/2018
Marchu Girma
Progressive review Full Society & migration

Karl Polanyi and the formation of this generation's new Left

With the exception of Labour's resurgence in the 2017 British elections, the Left has registered few advances lately. Elections in many Western countries have arrayed mainstream neoliberals against …

20/04/2018
Richard Sandbrook
Progressive review Full Power & politics

What's Left Now? The Future of Social Democracy and the Left

Professor Andrew Hindmoor's new book, What's Left Now? The History and Future of Social Democracy , suggests that there is a need to rewrite the left's "miserablist" account of British political …

17/04/2018 18:00 - 20:00
Event Power & politics IPPR