Dilnot acknowledges intergenerational unfairness in social care costs

On Tuesday morning, 24 April, Angus Hanton (co-founder) and Chloe Wall (junior researcher) attended an Intergenerational Fairness Forum meeting at the Houses of Parliament, which discussed how to fund the increasing cost of social care. Chloe tells us more

As robots take our jobs, should we turn back to Marxism?

Arguments that automation will devastate the job market for future generations are often casually pushed aside as unduly pessimistic, says Antony Mason. But when this is cited by the Governor of the Bank of England as a genuine threat, we really should sit up and take some notice

Vote early and vote often! How students can vote twice

At the forthcoming local elections, young voters should press their candidates about housing, travel costs and local services, says Angus Hanton, Co-founder of IF. They could also point out that wily students have twice the voting power

“Not tonight, Josephine” – Intergenerational Fairness delayed again

Politicians are apt to regret not doing more about key issues when they had the chance. As Angus Hanton, co-founder of IF, points out, intergenerational fairness is one such issue, as spotlighted in an exchange in parliament following the recent Spring Budget Statement