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The immigration white paper

3 Jan 2019 in Briefings

The government’s white paper on immigration, published on December 19 2018, sets out how ministers see immigration controls operating from 2021. It is written on the assumption that the UK leaves the European Union at the end of March, with a transition period following until the end of 2020.

Budget October 2018: Analysis

13 Nov 2018 in Briefings

What progress has the government made towards its fiscal targets? We look here at the economic outlook as set out in the OBR’s Economic and Fiscal Outlook and at public spending announcements in Budget 2018, including those relating to housing, productivity, taxes, and welfare.

The IFS Autumn 2018 Green Budget

25 Oct 2018 in Briefings

The Institute for Fiscal Studies produces a Green Budget just before the Chancellor’s Budget. It provides a detailed and independent analysis of the public finances and Budget policy options. We focus here on what the IFS has to say on the key issues of the economy and public finances.

Immigration after Brexit

1 Oct 2018 in Briefings

Immigration seemingly played a major part in deciding the EU referendum in 2016. With the UK due to leave the European Union in six months’ time, a debate is underway on how the UK’s immigration system should look at the start of the next decade.

Brexit Update: September 2018

27 Sep 2018 in Briefings

Brexit is at a critical, and unpredictable, stage. This update focuses and comments on the latest news, immigration, the economy, a possible no deal scenario, Scotland and Ireland

DfE research: Children’s Social Care: what LAs think

2 Aug 2018 in Briefings

DfE research Childrens Social Care what LAs think Summary In May 2018 the DfE published its Children’s Services Wave 3 research report. The report sets out findings from the third wave of the DfE Children’s Services Omnibus Survey. This survey explored senior local authority leaders’ perceptions and activities relating to a range of policy areas. […]

Speeding up housebuilding

10 Jul 2018 in Briefings

Oliver Letwin in a report for the government says the slow pace of construction of homes is partly the fault of developers, who limit the number of new homes to maximise profits. Greater variety, including of tenure, could lead to homes being built faster as the potential market would increase.