Performance Tracker 2023
Our flagship report assesses the comparative, and in many cases interconnected, problems faced by critical public services such as the NHS, schools and the police.Download
How can government keep workers in the NHS, schools and police?
The NHS crisis will only be solved with capital investment, increasing management capacity and staff retention – not just more doctors and nurses.
Government is stuck in a public service performance doom loop.
The autumn statement's impact on public services may be politically unsustainable.
Pay review bodies are independent panels that gather evidence and then provide government with advice each year on pay for many public sector workers.
The government appears to have made a breakthrough in ongoing public sector pay disputes, but big questions remain over where the money will be found.
While some waiting time data is moving in the right direction, the prime minister is still some way off meeting his NHS pledge.
Is there any way to fix the NHS crisis? Rachel Sylvester and Rachel Wolf join on this special episode of Inside Briefing.
Health and care
Our research assesses the performance of health and care services and how to improve them.
Our research assesses the performance of criminal justice services and how to improve them.
Our research assesses the performance of education services and how to improve them.
Our research assesses the performance of local government services and how to improve them.
Jeremy Hunt is right to delay his fiscal statement – but should not rush into a new austerity programme.
Keeping outcome delivery plans will help Liz Truss achieve her government's goals.
Government targets in public services may do more harm than good.
The IfG will bring together influential speakers and experts to explore the key questions for government in 2024.
The first of our Productivity Pitches, a new event series organised jointly with The Productivity Institute.
Sir Mark Rowley joined us to discuss the future of the Metropolitan Police Service.
Deputy Chief Economist