Kirsty Schneeberger, Director of Think 2050, argues that the UK needs an intergenerational ombudsman to represent the interests of future generations
Angus Hanton explores why so few of the younger generation are prepared to invest sensibly in their old age
Antony Mason reports on the appearance of Angus Hanton in the latest episode of this BBC Radio 4 series, which focused on Inheritance
Liz Emerson asks where ultimately the responsibility lies for London’s riots
Martha Bicket, a postgraduate student at Imperial College London, asks, when it comes to discount rates, how low can we go?
Angus Hanton argues that tax changes could ease the burden of meeting increasing costs as the population ages
Antony Mason, Guest Editor of the forthcoming Intergenerational Justice Review (IGJR), reports on the recent Call for Papers
Angus Hanton asks if the baby boomers owe their success more to fortune than design – and if their prosperity has created an intergenerational deficit.
Angus Hanton explains why the UK needs to start looking at its assets and liabilities from an intergenerational perspective
David Kingman explores a range of government policies which suggest Australia has done more than most other countries to make its ageing population affordable