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Where now for targets in public services?
Why is school choice a major area of political debate?
The report of the Browne Review of student finance in autumn 2010 could pave the way for annual university tuition fees of £5,000 or more
The UK’s ageing population has considerable consequences for public services
Can the NHS cut costs and meet rising expectations?
As the population ages, can we find a fairer system of paying for care so older people do not have to sell their homes?
Fiscal and economic pressures contribute to a challenging environment for pension reform
Is it time to start re-thinking the funding of the BBC?
A lack of investment in Royal Mail could mean the end of the ‘one-price-goes-anywhere’ mail service. Is privatisation the answer?
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