The welfare state in Britain has become uniquely unpopular. A major three-year research programme, including polling and focus groups by the Centre for Policy Studies and Public First investigating public attitudes to the welfare state, has concl
The Centre for Policy Studies is delighted to be back in person in Manchester for this year’s Conservative Party Conference.
New CPS proposal would help fulfil the Conservative manifesto’s commitment to providing housing for key workers in their local communities, as well as increase housebuilding.
The CPS argues that Government should prioritise bottom-up integration and collaboration, as well as gathering more evidence from existing pilot schemes, rather than pursuing another top-down reorganisation of the NHS on an insufficient evidence base.&
Reshaping spaces could provide space for 500,000 new homes and unleash tens of billions in private finance to ‘build back better’.
Dr Frank Luntz, the world’s leading expert on political language and communication, has spent the summer working with the Centre for Policy Studies on a landmark survey of the British public’s language and values.