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Off Course

The risks of the Growth and Skills Levy

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Smiles All Round

Liberalising dentistry to improve access and cut costs

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A Conservative Economy

Building a fairer and more productive nation

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Back to Basics

How neighbourhood policing can make streets and communities safer

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Giving Back Better

Giving Back Better looks at how the UK could unlock greater philanthropy in the UK.

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Reality Check

What voters really think about immigration

Nick Timothy wrote about why Britain needs to reindustrialise in the Daily Telegraph. 

iNews

Onward Director Sebastian Payne wrote in the i about what should be in the Budget next week.

Politico

Tories pray for a miracle after a lackluster budget

Onward's Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee is quoted in Politico discussing the budget and praising Hunt's prioritisation of working families.

The New Statesmen

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee made the case for more neighbourhood policing in The New Statesman. 

City AM

Onward's Deputy Director, Adam Hawksbee outlines how we can avoid another cost of living crisis in City AM.

The Guardian

Birthrate in UK falls to record low as campaigners say ‘procreation a luxury

The Guardian quotes Head of the New Deal for Parents Phoebe Arslanagić-Little discussing how the UK is pricing people out of parenthood.

iNews

Onward's Director Sebastian Payne discusses the need for a national neighbourhood policing uplift across the UK in the i.

iNews

Onward's Director Sebastian Payne discusses the impact that threats of violence towards MPs can have on democracy in the i.

The Telegraph

Raise council tax to fix policing, says think tank

The Telegraph discusses Onward's Back to Basics report that urged the Government to scrap the current £13 cap on council tax increases to allow local authorities to support further policing.

The Yorkshire Post

Raise taxes by 45p a week to fund thousands of community police, think tank urges

The Yorkshire Post covered Onward's Back to Basics plan to rebuild local policing across England and Wales.

Daily Mail

Home Secretary welcomes the idea of an extra 19,000 bobbies on the beat to restore neighbourhood policing

Onward's report 'Back to Basics' is highlighted in a Daily Mail article on restoring neighbourhood policing.

City AM

Onward's Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee discusses parental responsibility in CityAM.

City AM

Senior Researcher Jenevieve Treadwell discusses why immigration will be a problem for both the Conservatives and Labour in the upcoming election in City AM.

iNews

Onward Director Sebastian Payne wrote in the i about how to make the Conservatives popular.

The Times

My five rules to make conservatism popular

Lord Hague cites Onward's 'The Case for Conservatism' in his Times column on increasing the Conservative Party popularity this week.

City AM

Onward's Head of New Deal for Parents Phoebe Arslanagić-Little warns that some mindfulness sessions might actually be making things worse. 

City AM

Onward's Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee discusses the role that Wetherspoons plays in our local communities in City AM. 

iNews

Onward Director Sebastian Payne writes in the i that the Government must focus on cutting both legal and illegal migration. 

Conservative Home

In Conservative Home, Jim Blagden, Head of Politics and Polling, outlines why cutting immigration is crucial to reviving the Conservatives’ electoral chances.

The House

Chair of the Future of Conservatism Gavin Rice explains the necessity of MPs backing the Rwanda Bill in The House.

City AM

Onward Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee argues that Britain needs politicians who are honest about our fiscal reality in CityAM.

Sebastian Payne, Onward’s Director, wrote in the i about why Chris Skidmore is deeply wrong about the UK’s progress on net zero.

The Independent

Tories at risk of being swept away as coastal seats swing behind Labour

The Independent mentioned Onward’s Troubled Waters report, which showed how Britain's coastal communities are political bellwethers.

The Times

Onward Director Sebastian Payne wrote in The Times about why Britain desperately needs a new deal for parents.

iNews

Sebastian Payne, Onward's Director, discusses the Post Office Scandal and the impact it has on Westminster.

iNews

Sebastian Payne, Onward’s Director, asserts that cutting income tax may convince more millennials to vote Conservative.

iNews

Onward's Director Sebastian Payne highlights the differences between the Rwanda Bill and Brexit in iNews.

iNews

Onward's Director Sebastian Payne discusses Labour's pledge to spend £28bn on “green” policies by 2030 in the i.

iNews

Onward Director Sebastian Payne writes in the i on the role universities have played in allowing antisemitism to rise.

iNews

Onward's Director Sebastian Payne discusses the rise of Farage and Reform UK's participation at the next election for iNews.

The Critic

Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice wrote for the Critic about why the media’s idea of the centre ground is wrong. 

The Telegraph

Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice explains why legal immigration is still rising post-Brexit in the Daily Telegraph.

iNews

Sebastian Payne, Director of Onward, discusses the Autumn Statement in iNews.

City AM

Adam Hawksbee, Onward's Deputy Director, discussing Labour's spending plan in City AM.

Conservative Home

Adam Hawksbee, Onward Deputy Director, writes for Conservative Home on the need for Hunt to prioritise British manufacturing in the Autumn Statement. 

i News

Sebastian Payne, Onward Director, writes for iNews on the prominence of Whatsapp in Westminster. 

City A.M.

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee writes for City A.M on Gove's and Marshall's new direction for capitalism that the Conservatives would do well to follow.

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee writes on the secret weapon the Tories must utilise if they find themselves in opposition, mayors.

iNews

Director Sebastian Payne writes for iNews on the YouGov Hamas survey results and what they tell us about our society.

iNews

Director Sebastian Payne writes Britain will achieve a more cohesive society by embracing the pillars of family, community and nationhood, as our new report, The Case for Conservatism, reiterates.

City A.M.

Adam Hawksbee, Deputy Director, discusses the consequences for levelling up if HS2 is scrapped.

New Statesman

Jenevieve Treadwell, Senior Researcher, writes for the New Statesman on the national importance of coastal revival and the political gains supporting this may yield.

PoliticsHome

Jenevieve Treadwell, Senior Researcher, writes for PoliticsHome on the importance of reviving coastal economies, discussing our recent report Troubled Waters.

The Times

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee writes for the Times on opportunities to address the housing crisis and regenerate coastal communities.

iNews

Director Sebastian Payne writes on Starmer's two recent policies that are likely to be rejected by the Middle England voters he needs the most.