Social Market Foundation

Social Market Foundation

@SMFthinktank

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The Social Market Foundation is a non-partisan think tank. We believe fair markets and open public services increase prosperity and help people to live well.

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Joined on July 27, 2009
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Virtual party conferences kick off this weekend with @UKLabour Connected! 📋 Join us on MON 21 SEPT, 3PM for a special panel discussion exploring the link between deprivation and obesity and how policy can respond in light of #COVID Register here ▶️ https://t.co/iGa8XsrBH7 https://t.co/XL2KmwmtVF

Latest @PeabodyLDN SMF London Coronavirus Economy tracker highlights something that should be better-recognised: London, and especially low-income London, is suffering more than other places.  “Levelling up” and the recovery isn’t just about “the north”.  
https://t.co/1LGqr671iB https://t.co/MrHSLGj2af
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Latest @PeabodyLDN SMF London Coronavirus Economy tracker highlights something that should be better-recognised: London, and especially low-income London, is suffering more than other places. “Levelling up” and the recovery isn’t just about “the north”. https://t.co/1LGqr671iB https://t.co/MrHSLGj2af

📣 New report out today - @amye_norman & @ScottCorfe with @PeabodyLDN tracking the impact of #COVID19 in London ⚠️ 🌆 The capital faces a sluggish post-lockdown economy - job vacancies & unemployment recovering slower in London than the UK as a whole ⤵️ https://t.co/N6SRYEKdFp

My Latest @SMFthinktank Migration Report just out https://t.co/Ox6IKldV1J. How has the UK's fraught politics and policy around immigration from the EU impacted EU migrant workers' view of life in one part of the UK, and the choices they face over whether to stay or leave?

Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to the Social Market Foundation (SMF) to fund this panel event and has sponsored an agenda presentation.

Good reference to my recent @SMFthinktank  briefing paper on why we should NOT save the high street ... at least as we know it. Instead, let's solve the housing crisis by replacing retail space with good quality homes.   https://t.co/iCPet6hO2l https://t.co/S9zFNYG9PW

Good reference to my recent @SMFthinktank briefing paper on why we should NOT save the high street ... at least as we know it. Instead, let's solve the housing crisis by replacing retail space with good quality homes. https://t.co/iCPet6hO2l https://t.co/S9zFNYG9PW

Parties on all sides of the immigration debate can be quick to voice the thoughts & feelings of migrants without detailed evidence. 

Our findings show politics is unlikely to drive migrants away, but on the flip side it won't dissuade migrants from living and working in the UK. https://t.co/ASeriZZ7DS

Parties on all sides of the immigration debate can be quick to voice the thoughts & feelings of migrants without detailed evidence. Our findings show politics is unlikely to drive migrants away, but on the flip side it won't dissuade migrants from living and working in the UK. https://t.co/ASeriZZ7DS

Report draws on 90 survey interviews at the @CentreRosmini in Leave-voting Fenland. @JTmigratory finds: 💡 No evidence that recent political events have encouraged the likelihood of a ‘Brexodus’ 💡 Awareness of the EU Settlement Scheme was below 50%

📣 NEW REPORT 📣 🚨 New evidence shows family and work drives migrants' decisions to stay in the UK after Brexit, with migrants largely unaffected by UK politics and immigration policy. Read here ▶️ https://t.co/DpCgg3Cf1I

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🚨 PERSONAL NEWS 🚨 Excited to start work today in a new job as Chief Economist for @SMFthinktank! I know. A job. In this economy. Feeling pretty fortunate.

🙌 Delighted that @aveek18 joins the SMF team today as our new Chief Economist! A busy month ahead at the SMF with plenty of reports to come before (virtual) party conference season. 📣 Sign up for updates for all the latest from the SMF - https://t.co/UT2WICvqBV https://t.co/nKJlIay32S

💥OUT TODAY!💥 @ScottCorfe Richard Hyde @jake_sheps @SMFthinktank take a look at whether 'NoLo' drinks can improve pubic health outcomes. Read 'Alcohol-free + low-strength drinks: understanding their role in reducing alcohol-related harms' 👇 https://t.co/lrN2FHluIH #publicpolicy

New research from @SMFthinktank, commissioned by @AlcoholChangeUK, finds alcohol-free/low alcohol drinks help some people to reduce consumption, but alone can't solve alcohol harm. The Government must do more to tackle the problem. Read the full findings: https://t.co/T1rhtRvjWM

What's the role of alcohol-free/low alcohol drinks in reducing alcohol harm? They help 4/10 who try them to cut down - but promoting their uptake isn't a sufficient harm reduction strategy. Today's @SMFthinktank research informs our new policy insight: https://t.co/stJKX2rhQd https://t.co/eL7tNNyR0z

What's the role of alcohol-free/low alcohol drinks in reducing alcohol harm? They help 4/10 who try them to cut down - but promoting their uptake isn't a sufficient harm reduction strategy. Today's @SMFthinktank research informs our new policy insight: https://t.co/stJKX2rhQd https://t.co/eL7tNNyR0z

This looks really interesting from @SMFthinktank, in short, no panacea > Alcohol-free and low-strength drinks: understanding their role in reducing alcohol-related harms https://t.co/q2ckn4Uy7R

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🚨 NEW FROM THE SMF 🚨 🍺 Brand new evidence sheds light on how the boom in "NoLo" alcohol products might impact alcohol-related harm prevention. 🔎 Read the report, sponsored by @AlcoholChangeUK here - https://t.co/Or0BDtzola THREAD! 1/9

There is currently little evidence of how low-strength and alcohol-free drinks impact public health. A new @SMFthinktank report by @ScottCorfe, Richard Hyde, and myself throws new light on this debate, exploring if 'NoLo' products can indeed reduce alcohol-related harm in the UK https://t.co/dSQBFX6YDi

💡  The "NoLo" alcohol movement is growing fast - can and should these products be used to tackle alcohol-related harms? 

⤵️ Thread below from @ScottCorfe unpacks our new findings - commissioned by @AlcoholChangeUK - on the rise of NoLo drinks. https://t.co/CCzPt1YY4d https://t.co/OXSU31Qvbd

💡 The "NoLo" alcohol movement is growing fast - can and should these products be used to tackle alcohol-related harms? ⤵️ Thread below from @ScottCorfe unpacks our new findings - commissioned by @AlcoholChangeUK - on the rise of NoLo drinks. https://t.co/CCzPt1YY4d https://t.co/OXSU31Qvbd

Interested in the growth of the alcohol-free/low alcohol market? Research published today by @SMFthinktank, commissioned by us, finds 42% of UK adults have tried them. But do they help reduce alcohol harm? Read our blog summary: https://t.co/VKodcxqVa6

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4 in 10 people who have tried alcohol-free/low alcohol drinks say they've helped them cut down – but promoting their uptake isn't a sufficient strategy for reducing alcohol harm. Read the new @SMFthinktank research, commissioned by @AlcoholChangeUK https://t.co/7xplUCanVr

New research from @SMFthinktank, commissioned by us, finds alcohol-free/low alcohol drinks help some people to reduce consumption, but alone can't solve alcohol harm. The Government must do more to tackle the problem. Read the full findings: https://t.co/NUhMh31rCo https://t.co/WE4QN41tzX

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