Social Market Foundation


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Social Market Foundation

A UK think tank which develops innovative ideas across a broad range of economic and social policy. SMF is a registered charity that champions policy ideas which combine markets with social justice, and takes a pro-market rather than free-market approach.
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A report by the Social Market Foundation found seaside areas to be the UK's worst off for earnings, employment, health and education.
Estimates of the number of foreign-born residents in some local areas may be 'materially incorrect' - raising the risk that services receive inadequate funding, the Social Market Foundation (SMF) paper claims.
Speaking to the Social Market Foundation think tank, Mr Tugendhat was asked whether the speech was a leadership bid.
Quoting the (http://www.smf.co.uk/publications/impact-insurance-premium-tax-uk-households/) Social Market Foundation, on Oct.
The Social Market Foundation (SMF) thinktank has now backed AI and robots to increase productivity and potentially bring about a 32-hour, four-day working week a lot sooner than 2100.
The levy, covering personal care rather than going into a home, would generate PS7billion a year, according to a report by think-tank the Social Market Foundation.
Almost 15 per cent of adults now give up their time to look after relatives, providing an average of 19.5 hours of care per week, think-tank Social Market Foundation said.
Unveiling his research at the Social Market Foundation think tank in London, the LSE's Nikhil Datta said a "soft" Norway-style Brexit, where the UK remained in the European single market, would result in annual economic growth being 1.3% lower over the next 10 years - around PS850 per head of population.
Analysis by the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think tank found 85% of Britain's 98 coastal local authorities had pay levels below the national average for 2016, when employees in seaside communities were paid about PS3,600 less.
Analysis by the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think tank found that 85% of Great Britain's 98 coastal local authorities had pay levels below the national average for 2016, when employees in seaside communities were paid about PS3,600 less.