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The IFS Inequality Review (the Deaton Review): 2021 Update

In May 2019, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) launched the IFS Deaton Review on Inequality. This briefing covers the materials that have been published so far, with a particular focus on geographical inequalities and the uneven impact of the Covid-19 crisis.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Swift Read: Cultural services and building back better

While cultural organisations continue to face significant challenges, the sector is resetting and looking ahead to ways they can support the post-pandemic recovery: this swift read spotlights a variety of relevant examples.

England & Wales
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Local elections 2021

Coverage and support for the May 2021 local elections in England and Wales and national elections in Scotland.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Help to Buy

Help to buy was launched by the government in 2013 to help more first-time buyers afford a home. By June this year, more than 134,000 purchases had been completed using £6.7 billion worth of equity loans.

England & Wales

An updated look at the impacts of COVID-19 on local economies

In this briefing, Bethanie Finney – economist with SGS Economics and Planning – looks at what the latest data tells us about the potential short- and medium-term impacts of COVID-19 on local economies, amid global uncertainty

Australia
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Going even lower? A progress report on Low Emission Zones and tackling air pollution in cities

LEZs are aimed at improving air quality, protecting public health and supporting wider climate change ambitions. Work on introducing more LEZs in Scotland have resumed after Covid-19 delays, but they are not expected until 2022, and there are also delays to English Clean Air Zones (CAZs) planned for 2020; in some cases postponed indefinitely.

England & Wales, Scotland
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From pillars to pathways: the continuity and change in Irish housing

The Irish government finally published its housing programme for the next ten years, ‘Housing for All’, on 3rd September to a predictable chorus of mainly negative commentary. However, given the steady stream of prior announcements, many are also asking ‘what is new?’

Ireland