A major new report by Deloitte and Reform provides a fresh analysis of the UK’s public finances and public services
A report by Reform and The Schools Network including the biggest ever survey of academies
The transcript of Reform-KPMG's major conference with speakers including Rt Hon Theresa May MP and Sir Hugh Orde OBE QPM
Reform's report on the public service workforce, which argues for fewer, better, more productive workers.
Reform's report on case studies of successful private sector involvement in education, health, policing and prisons.
Reform's report on teaching finds that responsibility for the quality of teachers needs to be transferred from government to schools.
Reform's alternative Budget argues that the borders of the state need to be redrawn and proposes a package of spending cuts and tax rises to eliminate the deficit in this Parliament
Reform's pre-election briefing on education
Reform's pre-election briefing on public sector productivity
Reform's report on tax policy argues that tax rises - necessary to fix the disastrous public finances - must be done in the least economically damaging way possible.
Reform's report on 14-16 education proposes a minimum core of rigorous academic study.
Reform's paper looking at the development of A-levels recommends that universities be put in charge of the exams to restore their academic rigour.