Media

UK healthcare debate risks missing real...

23 April 2013

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Thomas Cawston on reforming nurse to patient ratios

Tags: Thomas Cawston, Health, City A.M.

I was wrong to criticise Thatcher in 1981...

15 April 2013

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Reform’s Consultant Director Nick Bosanquet writes an op-ed in CityAM on the legacy of Baroness Thatcher.

Tags: Nick Bosanquet, Economy, City A.M.

The best aid: hard grind and no easy money

08 April 2013

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Michael Barber wrote an op-ed for the Sunday Times on his recent paper for Reform on value for money in aid spending.

Tags: The Sunday Times, Other, education

Time for the NHS to import innovation

08 April 2013

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Nick Seddon explains why the NHS needs to break the habits of the past in order boost the service’s ability to take up and spread innovation.

Tags: Health Service Journal, Nick Seddon, Health, Other

Could state-funded patient hotels be the...

26 March 2013

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Nick Seddon argues that state-funded patient hotels in Scandinavia could offer a model for better experience for patients and greater value for money for taxpayers.

Tags: Nick Seddon, Health, The Guardian

Media Coverage: The good news from Pakistan

26 March 2013

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Reform's report by Sir Michael Barber arguing that a radical new approach to aid and development can bring an “end to aid” received extensive media coverage.

Tags: The good news from Pakistan; The Telegraph, Other, City A.M., Andrew Haldenby

Budget 2013: delaying hard decisions on...

22 March 2013

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James Zuccollo argues that Chancellor George Osborne's decision to continue ringfencing is a burden to departmental budgets

Tags: James Zuccollo, Economy, The Guardian

Budget 2013: protect and survive?

21 March 2013

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Patrick Nolan argues that Today’s Budget was full of giveaways and short-termist measures. What it didn’t do was tackle the politically fraught issue of protected areas of spending.

Tags: Patrick Nolan, Economy, Public Finance

Budget 2013

20 March 2013

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Dr Patrick Nolan discusses plans to cut departmental spending in Budget 2013

Tags: 5 Live Drive, BBC Radio 5, Patrick Nolan, Economy,

Budget 2013: Ring-Fencing Budgets Cannot...

19 March 2013

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Cathy Corrie, following Reform's report on the public finances, Not just a crash diet, argues that George Osbone must end the ring-fencing of key budgets.

Tags: Huffington Post, Cathy Corrie, Economy, Other

Budget 2013: time to follow the rules

19 March 2013

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Patrick Nolan argues that real test of this week’s Budget will be whether George Osborne strengthens the management of the public finances.

Tags: Patrick Nolan, Economy, Public Finance

Media coverage: Not Just A Crash Diet

12 March 2013

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Reform’s latest research paper on the fiscal position, received widespread coverage in print and media.

Tags: Not Just A Crash Diet, Economy, Andrew Haldenby, Patrick Nolan,