Review of Regeneration

David Kingman reviews Regeneration, the latest book in the Radical Futures series, sponsored by IF

Young Councillors – missing presumed absent

With personal experience as a City Councillor in Norwich, Samir Jeraj explains why, sadly, young people are under-represented in local government

ONS reveals full UK pension liabilities

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

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“I think that [Intergenerational Equity] is a big issue for our country going forward. If I talk to young people, they feel their lives – and I’m not just talking about this government but more generally – they can’t find a job, their tuition fees have trebled, they can’t get a house. It is going… Read more »

Tuition fees: Early repayment penalty threat withdrawn

Annie Lund reports on the good news that a government consultation has rejected the proposal to penalise the early repayment of tuition fees, in line with objections raised by IF

Votes at 16: where’s the problem?

To mark the Votes at 16 Action Week, youth worker Melissa Jane Knight makes the case for lowering the voting age

University tuition fees and CPI: another fine mess

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.

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“Our ancestors were able to live in peace with nature and with their past and future generations. We have to learn it again and to recreate these functions and institutions that serve our survival. This is our only chance – we should not miss it.” Sandor Fulop, Hungarian Ombudsman for Future Generations