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Is Britain broken? What are the policy implications?
Can Government tackle Britain’s problems with alcohol without penalising the responsible?
Several major issues of employment law remain unresolved. The importance of the wider economic climate should not be underestimated
Should Government intervene to promote marriage? How might this be done?
The failure of housing supply to keep up with rising demand has wide social and economic implications
Trends in social mobility are unclear, but life chances remain closely linked to background
The UK needs to get up to speed on broadband to avoid a digital divide
Will the London Olympics secure its promised mass sports participation legacy?
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