The Reformer Blog

The Week, 19 October 2018

19 October 2018, by Eleonora Harwich

The vision set out by our Reformer of the week for the future of healthcare has received much praise and provides an...

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Can you have good mental health without housing?

18 October 2018, by Rebecca Pritchard, Director of Services for Crisis.

Housing (shelter) is one of the basic needs identified by Maslow – and is a key platform upon which psychological...

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Towards a better solution to the empty homes problem

16 October 2018, by Rose Lasko-Skinner

Despite a housing crisis, there are over 200,000 empty homes in the UK. This is staggering considering there is an...

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The Week, 12 October 2018

12 October 2018, by Luke Heselwood

Universal Credit was the focus of much criticism this week. Some was directed at changes to benefit levels, which are...

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Bringing the Policing Vision 2025 to life: lessons from BT and Cisco

12 October 2018, by David Darch, Head of Client Service, Policing, BT

Technology is having transformative effects on UK policing. The communities the police serve increasingly consume...

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The world of 2027 and how to police it

12 October 2018, by Rose Lasko-Skinner

Society is changing fast. The rate of technological development means people are preparing for unknown unknowns. In...

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