The second of two pieces on ConHome this week on social mobility. How much does it matter and is it in decline?
A gross generational unfairness has arisen in the opportunity to buy a home, and it must be rectified.
National Insurance has all but collapsed as a system for delivering genuine, contributions-based self-reliance.
Politicians refuse to acknowledge that, in a meritocratic society, average ability levels will come to differ between children born into different social classes.