Polly Neate: Welfare reform to end the ‘housing emergency’
Shelter CEO, Polly Neate, explains how housing benefit reform and bolstering social housing stock could end the 'housing emergency'
Discretionary Housing Payments are not a long-term solution
DHPs are an inadequate sticking plaster on a failing housing benefit system
Why land holds the key to England’s housing crisis
England needs between 250,000 and 300,000 new homes every year, the real barrier is land
Delivering a health system fit for the future
Short-term thinking and sticking-plaster cash injections are not a sustainable solution to the pressures facing health and social care services
Making public sector estates fit for purpose
The Government spends around £2.6 billion a year on running public sector estates, yet many buildings are not fit for purpose
Making the most of digital spend
Government spending on procuring digital services has increased dramatically, but some of the basic digital infrastructure is still not in place
Criminal justice reform is about more than money
The Ministry of Justice is receiving a big injection of cash, but only smart spending will deliver better results
The case for transparency in Social Impact Bonds
£56 million of potential outcome payments were promised to investors for completed SIBs, only £6 million has been publicly declared
Getting it right for the NHS: Next steps for the Prime Minister
The NHS faces unprecedented financial and operational challenges - where should the PM focus his attentions?
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