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This review summarises the discussion around current asbestos legislation and regulation and aims to highlight the dangerous unknowns in current research, policy and practice.
This report makes the case for a place-based approach to building credit and the role that public and private sector employers can make to turn around deprived communities.
This report identifies the main economic, societal and environmental risks to the poultry sector across a variety of potential Brexit scenarios.
Building on the recommendations from our previous reports, we propose a package of reforms to make the gambling industry more sustainable and responsible.
We outline proposals for a radical overhaul of current regulation of the technology sector, which we argue is unfit for purpose, incentivises bad behaviour and has failed to address ethical questions around Big Data and its use.
On the 24th of November 1999, the United Kingdom banned the use of asbestos. Twenty years later and this toxic...
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