The Reformer Blog

A degree of uncertainty: an investigation into grade inflation in universities

21 June 2018, by Tom Richmond

“We are once again experiencing the ‘winds of change’ in the university sector” said Universities Minister Sam...

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Smarter policy across government

20 June 2018, by Luke Heselwood

Last week marked the beginning of Reform’s series on Smarter Working within the Civil Service. A central theme of...

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The Week, 15 June 2018

15 June 2018, by Sarah Timmis

This week both national and regional government have sought to improve collaboration between services and create more...

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Are the NHS and social care sustainable?

12 June 2018, by Lord Warner, Member, House of Lords NHS Sustainability Committee

I am going to talk very briefly about three issues – funding, productivity and systems reform and reality. Let’s...

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The Week, 8 June 2018

8 June 2018, by Daniel El-Gamry

This week the Rt Hon Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, told MPs about the Greater Manchester Reform Board...

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Limit NHS spending increase to 2.0 – 2.5 per cent a year

7 June 2018, by Andrew Haldenby

The long term funding settlement for the NHS will be the biggest domestic policy question for the rest of this year....

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