Content tagged with "Kimberley Trewhitt" (page 1 of 2) Rss_icon_small

The Spending Review

27 June 2013


Following the spending review Reform's response received extensive media coverage.

Tags: Financial Times, Public Finance Magazine, ITV, Newsnight,

Media Coverage: Must do better: spending...

21 May 2013


Reform's latest report which argues that the schools ring-fence can be lifted without compromising standards, has received wide coverage in today's media.

Tags: ConservativeHome, CityAM, Daybreak, Evening Standard,

Must do better: spending on schools

May 2013


Reform's latest report argues that the Government can cut school spending without compromising standards.

Tags: Lauren Thorpe, Kimberley Trewhitt, James Zuccollo, schools,

A grown-up debate on childcare

28 January 2013


Kimberley writes: “The solution must be to consider why childcare is so expensive in the first place as only then can costs be brought down”.

Tags: Public Finance, welfare, Kimberley Trewhitt

Entitlement reform

November 2012


Reform's report on the changes required to the welfare state.

Tags: Patrick Nolan, Lauren Thorpe, Kimberley Trewhitt, welfare

Care cap is just the start

16 August 2012


Public Finance - Kimberley Trewhitt 16 August 2012

Tags: Kimberley Trewhitt, welfare

Deeper cuts will restore Britain’s fiscal...

16 March 2012


City A.M. - 16 March 2012 Kimberley Trewhitt

Tags: Kimberley Trewhitt, Economy

Reformers and wreckers

September 2011


Reform's report on the public service workforce, which argues for fewer, better, more productive workers.

Tags: Dale Bassett, Thomas Cawston, Andrew Haldenby, Patrick Nolan,

Kimberley Trewhitt

July 28, 2011

Research Director

Kimberley is a Research Director at Reform, having joined the organisation...(continued)

Tags: Kimberley Trewhitt

Old and broke: The long term outlook for...

June 2011


Reform's report on the fiscal cost of demographic change.

Tags: Thomas Cawston, Andrew Haldenby, Patrick Nolan, Lucy Parsons,

It can be done

May 2011


Reform's report on case studies of successful private sector involvement in education, health, policing and prisons.

Tags: Health, Andrew Haldenby, Nick Seddon, Dale Bassett,