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Fiona Vera-Gray, author of The Right Amount of Panic, looks at how safety and freedom work together in women's lives.…Read more

In the foreword to 'Dead-End Lives', Professor Dick Hobbs introduces Daniel Briggs and Rubén Monge Gamero's research into Valdemingómez, Madrid, and what it reveals about the post-industrial city.…Read more

by Ruth Patrick, Emma Wincup and John Hudson  |  10th April 2017

As new welfare reforms come into effect this month, John Hudson, Ruth Patrick and Emma Wincup, the editors of a special issue of the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice explore attitudes to and experiences of welfare.  In his first budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond was notably silent on the topical issue of Read More

by Ruth Patrick  |  30th March 2017

On today's National Day of Action Against Sanctions, Ruth Patrick highlights the reality of welfare reform. The truth is that our punitive welfare reform agenda leaves people further away rather than closer to the paid labour market.…Read more

by James Treadwell, Simon Winlow and Steve Hall  |  17th November 2016

Read the introduction to the Postcript of The Rise of the Right by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell, then download the full chapter free of charge.…Read more

by Rebecca Tomlinson  |  10th June 2016

In the spirit of #volunteersweek, Rebecca Tomlinson shares the charity work that Policy Press staff get involved in. …Read more