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Underlying the recent rejection of past decades’ political certainties is the belief among many communities that they have been cut off from the wider country. The UK’s economic divisions are widely acknowledged, but inequalities of education and health outcomes also abound, and prospects for social mobility vary across the country. The language and content of political debate is fragmented, and too many people feel powerless to influence their own lives and the place where they live.
In response to these concerns, the Prime Minister has set out her vision of the “shared society”, founded on “the bonds of family, community, citizenship and strong institutions”. We share this ambition for a civic-driven and inclusive politics, but more needs to be done to narrow the gaps between different parts of the UK, focusing on social as well as financial inequalities. Public policy should aim to create strong, vibrant communities where civil society can contribute to a sustainable national social, economic and cultural settlement, and ensure no community feels left behind in post-Brexit Britain.
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ResPublica is committed to exploring how public policy can contribute to the formation of strong, vibrant communities which can close the UK’s social, economic and cultural divisions. Within this programme, our areas of focus will include:
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Duncan worked at ResPublica for three years. He graduated from Oxford University (Keble College) in July 2014 with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE), where his studies focused on UK and US domestic politics and central banking. Working...
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