Public Finance, 19 April 2017

Charlotte Pickles, Deputy Director and Head of Research, wrote an article in Public Finance following the announcement of a general election to be held on 8 June 2017.

She argued that, although the election campaign will be heavily focused on Brexit, there is an “urgent need” for domestic reform and each party manifesto must present a vision that addresses key public service issues in welfare, social care and the NHS, amongst others.

“Tackling head-on the third rails of public service reform is essential not just in protecting those services for future generations, but also in enabling an economically stable, competitive post-Brexit Britain.”

 Read the full article here.