The Reformer Blog

Lessons from Texas for Implementing the Universal Credit

4 May 2012, by Dr Patrick Nolan

Reform roundtable seminar on the Universal Credit on Thursday 3 May 2012. Introduced by Andrew Selous MP. It is hard to...

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Better data, higher quality: Improving performance at University Hospitals Birmingham

2 May 2012, by Thomas Cawston

Reform roundtable seminar introduced by Dame Julie Moore, Chief Executive, and Dr David Rosser, Medical Director,...

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What can the private sector bring to higher education?

25 April 2012, by Dale Bassett

Reform roundtable seminar introduced by Carl Lygo, Chief Executive Officer of BPP, on Tuesday 24 April. The ongoing...

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After the Health and Social Care Bill

19 April 2012, by Nick Seddon

Reform roundtable seminar introduced by Lord Warner of Brockley, Former Health Minister, on Wednesday 18 April. After...

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Economic Implications of QE

3 April 2012, by

Reform roundtable seminar introduced by Dr Adam Posen, member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, on...

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Delivering the decentralised ICT curriculum

23 March 2012, by Dale Bassett

Reform roundtable seminar introduced by Simon Peyton-Jones, chair of Computing at School and principal researcher at...

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