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?
David Kingman examines new findings from the IFS
Researchers from the University of St Andrews are carrying out an innovative online study to explore the housing wealth gap facing the under-35s. IF asked them to supply more details, and explain how you can get involved
A prominent City economist used this phrase last week to describe the impacts of Help to Buy, the government’s flagship housing policy. David Kingman asks whether this is a fair assessment.
David Kingman examines the criticisms of the UK system for postgraduate study made in a recent report by the Sutton Trust
The think tank WHAT-IF International is campaigning to ensure that intergenerational justice becomes an integral part of the discourse in EU policy-making, as Antony Mason reports
David Kingman examines the evidence that young Britons have become exceptionally liberal
Unpaid internships have become part of the working landscape for young people at the start of their careers. They are exploitative and should be outlawed – were it not for a troubling dilemma, as Antony Mason explains