The Telegraph, The Daily Mail and the Lancashire Post cover 'Super-prolific criminals.'
The Times, The Guardian and The Lancashire Post feature 'The decline of small schools and village schools.'
On Wednesday 17 July we published 'The decline of small schools and village schools', by Neil O'Brien OBE MP.
On Wednesday 17th July we published Super-prolific criminals: The case for action, by Neil O'Brien OBE MP.
On Tuesday 16th July, we launch Beyond the Net Migration Target, a major new report on migration policy.
On 19 March, we will host our second Onward After Hours event on the second most important political event of the year, which virtually no one is talking about: the 2019 Spending Review.
On 21 February, Onward and Create Streets will come together to host a major conference on housing and planning reform, with Rt Hon James Brokenshire, Sir Edward Lister, Dr Yolande Barnes and others.
An open letter to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, urging the Government to reform land compensation laws to share billions of value created by housing with communities.
A summary of the news coverage for Onward's first report, Green, Pleasant and Affordable
Onward's first policy report argues for a new approach to both housing supply and demand to reverse falling homeownership and build the homes Britain needs.