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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.
We outline the practical ways in which greater compliance, fairness and social responsibility can be encouraged in the advertising and licensing of gambling.
Our report – Devo 2.0: The Case for Counties – argues that the devolution agenda should be extended beyond the cities by embracing reform of local government in the counties
A National Housing Fund to Build Homes We Need offers a radical way forward in tackling the current housing crisis
The case for a refreshed approach to employees, unions and collective bargaining to support a stronger UK economy
Our report calls for the maximum stake on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals to be limited to £2
Britain's Global Future is our vision of a Britain maintaining its international influence, and advancing global humanitarian goals, as it embarks on the process of Brexit
ResPublica warmly welcomes the Government’s decision to slash the maximum Fixed Odds Betting Terminal stake to £2, but urges them...
The Government’s housing announcements on the 5th March were the first substantial change to the planning system since the Coalition...
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