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The Independent

This is a housing crisis, and without intervention it will bankrupt the welfare state

Locked out of home ownership, the state would be left to foot the bill for Generation Rent

August 3, 2016 ×

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academics change policy

Should academics be expected to change policy?

Six reasons why it is unrealistic to expect academic researchers to achieve policy change. 

May 25, 2016 ×

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A technological revolution?

A technological revolution?

There is a growing awareness that our attachment to modern technology may often be detrimental, particularly for younger people.

March 9, 2016 ×

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Pension tax-relief

Pension tax-relief will not survive without pension incomes

As the days count down until Budget 2016, the pensions world is buzzing with speculation on the future of pensions tax-relief.

February 24, 2016 ×

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FCA

To what extent are pension defaults the answer to protecting the disengaged?

The Centre has contributed a chapter to a discussion paper, “Ageing population and financial services”, published by the Financial Conduct Authority.

February 22, 2016 ×

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Pension freedom

The changing politics of pension freedom

The savers who have already exercised their pension freedoms will no longer be the target of politicians.

February 10, 2016 ×

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