David Kingman explores some new research which profiles landlords in Britain’s increasing influential private rented housing sector
David Kingman reflects on a recent BBC radio programme which investigated which taxes are likely to rise after the next general election
David Kingman examines how a lack of investment for the future could be undermining Britain’s economy
David Kingman examines some evidence linking youth unemployment to poor health
David Kingman reflects on the accusation that intergenerational justice is just a case of young versus old
Following the recent spending review, David Kingman asks whether we can ever make a serious dent in the national debt if we don’t get on top of pensioner benefits
David Kingman looks at some new information which underlines the bleak situation facing young Britons who dream of owning their own home
The UK has endured years of punishing austerity – but might the Government have to cut back even further? David Kingman explains.
Liz Emerson has the Baby Boomer generation in her cross-hairs
David Kingman argues that the UK will need a growing army of highly-skilled workers in order to generate growth in the future – so how does our education system need to change to help make this a reality?