Reform's look at education and skills provision in England, and how it needs to adapt for the future.
The IPOD generation of 18-34 year-olds in the UK are not only faced with an increasingly difficult economic situation, they also live in an ever more complex world of financial products from which they have to decipher the best ones to help them succeed.
The report proposes that Britain combines its universal healthcare for everyone with the insurance ideas that underpin the global health leaders.
The report finds that the British public have become "passive bystanders", uninformed about crime and unlikely to participate in maintaining justice.
A new poll has found that Lord Darzi should be radical if his review is to win back the support of the medical profession for the Government.
Ahead of a Reform event on new media and politics, Jeremy Hunt MP describes the opportunity for the "humble politician" to succeed in the new high paced, engaged and open world - one who is able to admit lack of information and share decision making.
The report by Reform and Ipsos-MORI finds that the values of young people can transform government for the better.
A new ICM poll for Doctors for Reform has shown that the majority of the population is willing to make "top-up" payments towards their NHS care. The Department of Health's opposition to such payments is out of touch.
Reform's report on the increasing importance and relevance of mathematics in today's globalised and modern economy.
The report shows that the UK is the "divided society" of Europe. This not only has a negative social impact but a large economic cost of wasted talent - up to £32bn per year or £1,300 for each household.
The forthcoming 60th birthday of the NHS presents an opportunity to review the Service's readiness for coming years. The Department of Health's current NHS review, led by Lord Darzi, gives a particular focus.
Reform's briefing note on eco towns strongly recommends that the Government provide full costings and examine alternatives to the eco towns proposal.