The Reformer Blog

Is the changing workforce really costing the Exchequer £4 billion per year?

28 February 2017, by Ben Dobson

The impact new forms of work are having on the tax base is coming under increasing scrutiny. In his Autumn Statement,...

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27 February 2017 – a historic Sunday for the Welfare State?

27 February 2017, by Andrew Haldenby

First, please see my article in the Telegraph today on the need to get to the heart of the matter on the questions of...

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The Week, 24 February 2017

24 February 2017, by Ben Dobson

This week, Reform held a conference exploring the opportunities and challenges Big Data presents to government. In his...

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Still an afterthought? Providing teachers for our most vulnerable children      

24 February 2017, by Ruby Holmes

When the Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening recently said that she wanted special educational needs and...

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Big Data in healthcare

23 February 2017, by Daniel Ray, Data Science Director, NHS Digital

NHS Digital is privileged to be guardian of some of the best data sets available to any health and social care system...

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Big Data and the knotty issue of public trust and attitudes

23 February 2017, by Hetan Shah, Executive Director, The Royal Statistical Society

We are in a fast-changing landscape of digital data inhabiting daily life, policy and business in the form of...

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