Homeownership denied: an intergenerational injustice

There is real concern that the younger generation will have a lower standard of living than their parents – which violates a key principle of intergenerational fairness. One issue at the centre of this concern is housing. IF supporter Rosie Neville sees it from her perspective and offers some solutions

Let’s bury the generational hatchet

The intergenerational divide has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis. IF supporter Rosie Neville maps the reasons why, and explains why bridging the divide is the constructive way forward, to the benefit of both sides

The scandal of state-sponsored age discrimination

The age bands that are applied to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage are examples of age discrimination, surely? Rosie Neville, second-year Economics and Politics student at the University of Bristol, finds this government-prescribed policy unacceptable – scandalous, even