Simply telling people that high migration is inevitable and that they shouldn’t worry is not the way to gain public trust.
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If we are to find a positive from these devastating floods, it must be a renewal in our efforts to contain the worst of climate change.
Having challenged the energy companies and Rupert Murdoch, Ed Miliband will now turn his attention to tackling concentrations of power within the state.
With less than half of the population saving enough for a decent income in retirement, we’ve got a living standards crisis on the cards.
Politicians must engage with the social and cultural impact of migration flows, rather than endlessly debating economic issues.
Every three years the education world is thrown into turmoil as the media report findings from the latest PISA study.
Despite this morning’s Daily Telegraph front page headline, IPPR is not proposing to ‘scrap benefits for under 25s’.