News from 2011
Ronald Reagan remembered
Ronald Reagan's July 4 statue unveiling was reported across broadcast and print media on both sides of the Atlantic
UK inquiry launched into slavery
The CSJ launch a revolutionary inquiry into modern slavery and human trafficking
What to make of Blue Labour?
Amol Rajan of the Independent on Sunday discusses 'Blue Labourism' and its relation to the 'Red Toryism' of Phillip Blond, Director of ResPublica.
Gold medals not shape the real legacy of the Olympics
CSJ special report on the Olympics and whether the legacy will be enduring
IDS think tank brand two out of ten coalition family policies a failure
On May 10 the Daily Mail's front page ran with the story on the Centre for Social Justice's report into the Coalition's family policies.
Family values have not been supported by PM, say Centre for Social Justice
On May 10 the Daily Telegraph's front page featured MIP client, the Centre for Social Justice and their report card on the Coalition's social policies after one year in government.
Family life in a crisis
Births outside marriage reach levels not seen for two centuries
Our children are getting slaughtered - this must be stopped
AGNES SINA-INAKOJU, Billy Cox, Ben Kinsella, Rhys Jones, Stephen Lawrence, Negus McLean, Damilola Taylor, Nick Pearton, Anthony Walker, Letisha Shakespeare, Charlene Ellis, Godwin Lawson, Sofyen Belamouadden, Wesley Sterling… a roll call of children slaughtered in running street battles being waged not in Afghanistan or Libya but here in Britain.
Prominent think tank says tax on supermarkets would benefit the high street
Plan to give councils tax-raising powers would support smaller retailers and help to rebalance UK economy
Single earner families suffer the most in Britain, say Christian charity
A new report by CARE, a Christian social charity, says the tax burden is unfriendly to families and is going to get worse.
Ronald Reagan receives tribute from William Hague on his 100th birthday
A future President of the land of the free was born one hundred years go on Sunday. But Reagan was much more than a President; he was Governor of California and a legendary entertainer.
CSJ: Efficiency should not be the only driver of spending cuts
We should measure outputs rather than inputs when it comes to how the state spends our money, according to the Centre for Social Justice
Report on sanctions in Iran: compromise not likely
Tehran refuses to compromise on is nuclear programme, and sanctions are exacerbating Iran's dire economic situation
Anti-social behaviour must be tackled early
Vital to help the needy and vulnerable before the situation escalates
Israeli tests are revealed on Natanz nuclear model: military option less likely after sabotage
Cuts are falling in the wrong place - social unrest a real possibility
Leading think tank claims ministers could be scrapping the wrong public services whilst leaving wasteful programmes untouched
Crude diagonsis for coalition cuts
Billions of pounds worth of services now suffering cuts could be saved with better planning, say CSJ