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The Rt Hon Lord Maude joined the IfG's Alex Thomas for an in conversation event.
What is a section 114 notice, and why have councils been issuing more of them recently?
What role would parliament play in the government's steps to proceed with its Rwanda asylum plan?
The Expert Factor team take a deep dive into the state of our schools and explore the dividing lines in education policy.
Neighbourhood services – libraries, road maintenance, and waste collection – entered the pandemic with reduced or changed amenities.
Jeremy Hunt’s tax cuts have been funded by further tightening public service budgets.
Four new devolution deals shows promise for the government’s devolution agenda.
The government needs to be clearer about how it is organised while the cabinet secretary is on medical leave.
The chancellor presented his autumn statement alongside the latest forecasts from the independent Office for Budget Responsibility.
Inside Briefing podcast
Giles Winn, a former Treasury special adviser, joins the podcast team to reveal what really goes into planning a big fiscal statement.Listen to the episode
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Join us for the first of our Productivity Pitches, a new series organised jointly with The Productivity Institute.
This event will discuss The Way the Money Goes: The Fiscal Constitution and Public Spending in the UK.