28th Nov 2019
Home Secretary, Priti Patel's pledge that immigration overall will fall if the Conservatives win the election makes the same mistake the party have been making since 2010: pretending that all types of immigration are the same. Moreover, it is likely to prove bad policy and bad politics.
14th Nov 2019
We need to be thinking about how we strengthen economic, social and cultural security and create a stronger sense of national identity. But that cause is not advanced by framing it as being in conflict with a liberal society.
5th Nov 2019
18th Oct 2019
The current focus on boosting housing supply does not offer a solution to the housing crisis and a fundamental rethink is badly needed, argues Ian Mulheirn. This is a summary of his paper for the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence.
21st Aug 2019
Article originally published in Police Professional on 24 July 2019.
25th Jul 2019
The changing nature of crime has been accompanied by an absence of political leadership from the Home Office, which has lost control on crime. In particular, no attempt has been made to understand or address the inter-relationships between different types of crime and its impact on communities.
12th Jul 2019
Governments should make integration an explicit policy priority, with a coherent vision underpinned by principle and pragmatism. Alongside strengthening political accountability, policymakers should adopt a suite of reforms that cut across almost all aspects of domestic policy.
21st Apr 2019
20th Jul 2018
Jonathan Portes joins Harvey Redgrave and Simon Tilford to discuss Harvey's paper, Balanced Migration: A Progressive Approach.
29th Mar 2018