Reform's review of maternity and paternity arrangements proposes a flat payment per family and equal leave entitlement for mothers and fathers
This report, the fourth in a series by Frank Field MP, looks at time-limiting benefits and offering higher contribution-based benefits to long-term workers who are made redundant.
The report, the third in the series on welfare for Reform by Frank Field MP, the former Minister for Welfare Reform, presents new findings from a focus group of young unemployed people on welfare services.
The second report in Frank Field MP's series shows that progress on child poverty has stalled despite extra spending equivalent to a 4p cut in the basic rate of income tax.
The first in Frank Field MP's series of welfare reports for Reform. The report shows that the New Deal for Young People has so far cost £1.9 billion yet the number of unemployed young people has increased.
The report by Nick Boys Smith, Consultant Director of Reform, is a definitive review of current and past welfare policy. It draws on international experience to make constructive proposals for welfare reform.
Reform established the Commission on the Reform of Public Services in February 2002. It found that without reform of the public sector, higher spending will be wasted.