The Reformer Blog

The Week, 21 April 2017

21 April 2017, by William Mosseri-Marlio

The Prime Minister’s decision to trigger a snap General Election overshadowed a number of important policy...

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General Election 2017: more than Brexit

21 April 2017, by Alexander Hitchcock

Ideas are back at the heart of politics. Brexit, Trump and elections across the Channel show this. The upcoming General...

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Director’s blog, April 2017

18 April 2017, by Andrew Haldenby

This month, Andrew Haldenby reflects on key takeaways from the criminal justice conference (held on 30 March 2017) and...

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The Government must hold firm on the universal State Pension age

12 April 2017

Last month’s independent review into the State Pension age will probably give the Conservative Party enough political...

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The Week, 7 March 2017

7 April 2017, by Emilie Sundorph

This week, the Justice Select Committee published a report on empowering prison governors, measuring prison performance...

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Tackling disadvantage (V): children of prisoners

7 April 2017, by Emilie Sundorph

The importance of prisoner rehabilitation is no longer a topic of dispute. The recent Prison and Courts Bill enshrined...

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