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The case for a refreshed approach to employees, unions and collective bargaining to support a stronger UK economy
On 14th December we launched our report with recommendations for Government, The Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the City of Salford to ensure that Salford's creative cluster continues to thrive and expand as a regional centre of excellence
On Monday 20th November we launched our report – Devo 2.0: The Case for Counties – which argues that the devolution agenda should be extended beyond the cities by embracing reform of local government in the counties
Launched on 20th November, ResPublica’s new report – Heartbeats on the High Street - highlights the unique role and “social capital” of Community Pharmacy. By putting pharmacies at the heart of public health, we argue that they can become vital institutions of localism, care and social reform
On 2nd November we launched our report looking at the importance of the Food and Drink manufacturing sector to the UK Economy
On 16th October, we launched our report on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals calling for tighter regulations.
Launched on 14 July, ResPublica’s new report A National Housing Fund to Build Homes We Need offers a radical way forward in tackling the current housing crisis
On 12th July we launched our vision of a Britain maintaining its international influence, and advancing global humanitarian goals, as it embarks on the process of Brexit
The Government’s housing announcements on the 5th March were the first substantial change to the planning system since the Coalition...
Following the creation of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in July 2016 and firing the starting gun...
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