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If Britain does not get more women engineers, parts of that industry will move overseas to where it can recruit the workers it needs.
With so many Scottish voters going to the polls, there could be a spillover effect resulting in higher turnout levels in future elections.
Figures released today show that almost half the population aged below retirement age had no private pension savings in 2010-2012.
Whether they are a growing underclass or a sign of the UK economy’s bright future, the growing army of self-employed warrant our attention.
Politicians on all sides want to devolve power to the cities to boost economic growth. Energy should be central to this new agenda.
Rather than handing young adults to private companies, the government should look at what actually works
The government wants to push young adult offenders into a probation service modelled on the failed work programme.
Labour and IPPR’s Condition of Britain report is practical, well thought through, implementable and costed.