David Kingman explains the findings from IF’s latest piece of research, which show how, while much of a burden government spending on universities is passing onto future generations through higher tuition fees, this policy fails in its proclaimed aim to reduce the deficit – and increases the national debt.
Josh White describes the grim picture for postgraduates seeking funding to continue their studies, and how this is having a crippling effect on social mobility
David Kingman looks at the findings from one of IF’s most recent pieces of research, which examined the impacts of Britain’s ageing population on our electoral system
David Kingman reviews Regeneration, the latest book in the Radical Futures series, sponsored by IF
With personal experience as a City Councillor in Norwich, Samir Jeraj explains why, sadly, young people are under-represented in local government
David Kingman was present as the ONS officially announced the UK’s full pension liabilities for the first time at the Royal Statistical Society on 27 April
David Kingman explores Alex Salmond’s recent proposal to create a sovereign wealth fund for future generations if Scotland becomes independent
To mark the Votes at 16 Action Week, youth worker Melissa Jane Knight makes the case for lowering the voting age
Liz Emerson shows the appeal of “intergenerational living” as a solution to the housing crisis
Antony Mason encourages all readers to look at an extraordinary revelation: through an oversight, increased tuition fees could cost the government an extra £2.2 billion a year.