Social change: Key issues for the 2015 Parliament
This section of the Key Issues 2015 publication focuses on areas such as immigration, population, relations and end of life.
Examines opinion and policies on immigration, which is seen as one of the public's most important issues
Looks at calls for reform of family law to reflect social change, including trends in cohabitation and divorce
Anti-stigma campaigns and the growing profile of mental health issues have helped to change views and dispel misconceptions
How will future Governments deal with ever-greater pressure on public finances due to the rise in the elderly population?
Examines public and medical opinion on assisted suicide and the courts' interpretation of the law
Can people afford the cost of dying and will there be space for a burial if this is what they choose?