Welfare

All too often people in this country feel that if you put in and contribute, you get less than your fair share. We all support a welfare state, but it has to ensure that those who look after themselves and families are rewarded not penalised, and this is at the heart of our welfare work.

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Is Manchester Greater? A New Analysis of NHS Integration

Karl Williams - Health

The CPS argues that Government should prioritise bottom-up integration and collaboration, as well as gathering more evidence from existing pilot schemes, rather than pursuing another top-down reorganisation of the NHS on an insufficient evidence base – especially given the strain the health service is already under due to the pandemic.

Fixing Social Care: The Fundamental Choices

Jethro Elsden - Social Policy

As the Government prepares to unveil its long-awaited plan for social care, a new report by the Centre for Policy Studies, the leading centre-right think tank, weighs up the three leading options for social care reform, ranking them by cost, political feasibility and impact on supply.

Fixing the Care Crisis

Centre for Policy Studies - Health

In a new report for the Centre for Policy Studies, the Rt Hon Damian Green MP puts forward a bold and comprehensive proposal to secure the future of social care.

An NHS Bonus

Dr Paul Goldsmith - Health

NHS pay is opaque, outmoded, and rising nearly three times as fast as claimed. Reform is needed to address gaps in care between rich and poor areas and incentivise staff performance, says new CPS report.

Why the health of the NHS depends on growth and reform

Centre for Policy Studies - Health

CPS cautions against increased NHS spending following analysis which shows that such extra spending has an alarming tendency to go hand in hand with greater waste.

Powerful Patients & Paperless Systems

Alan Mak - Health

A major new report by Havant MP Alan Mak, published by the Centre for Policy Studies, proposes ambitious reforms to the NHS, shedding paper, pagers and fax machines to create a fully digital NHS that will help patients take control of their treatment.

A Royal Commission on the NHS: The Remit

Dominic Nutt - Health

Maurice Saatchi and Dominic Nutt outline how a well-designed Royal Commission, above party politics and agendas, can bring together a blueprint to safeguard the future of the NHS.

The Medico-Legal Crisis and How to Solve It

Dr Paul Goldsmith - Health

The NHS’ liabilities for medico-legal claims now total £65bn, draining the NHS of much-needed funds and putting patients at risk by driving GPs out of practice.

NHS needs a Royal Commission to deliver health system fit for the 21st century

Maurice Saatchi - Health

Lord Saatchi presses for a Royal Commission into the future of the NHS

The Independence Revolution must go on

Daniel Mahoney - Social Policy

The Government’s record in reducing dependency on the State is strong, but there is plenty more to do..

The Lingering Travails of the Loi du Travail

Daniel Mahoney - Social Policy

Stringent labour laws are causing France’s labour market to underperform compared to European competitors – reform is now desperately needed.

Welfare Dependency Falls But Still Much Further To Go

CPS - Social Policy

Over half of all UK households are still receiving more from the state than they pay in taxes.

Feminist Myths and Magic Medicine: flawed thinking behind calls for further equality legislation

Catherine Hakim - Social Policy

Equal opportunity policies for women’s access to the labour market have been successful, but thinking behind further calls for equality legislation is flawed

Children Behaving Better

Tom Burkard - Social Policy

It is time to reduce barriers to entry to pupil referral units in order to improve outcomes

Assisted Suicide – how the chattering classes have gotten it wrong

Cristina Odone - Social Policy

CPS Research Fellow Cristina Odone condemns calls for the legalisation of assisted suicide

A Step Change In UK Philanthropy

Professor Paul Palmer - Social Policy

In this paper, the Professor of Voluntary Sector Management at Cass Business School Paul Palmer, proposes two straightforward reforms which could substantially increase donations from the reasonably well-off (defined as those with net wealth of more than £500,000) and also greatly invigorate the smaller charity sector.

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