The scheme I propose would do no more than blow away a small cloud, but this at least would show that something can be done to change the weather.
A new Office for Intergenerational Responsibility would prevent politicians heaping costs on future taxpayers to fund giveaways today.
The Jo Cox Loneliness Commission seeks to change lives across the country.
Hammond, Green, the Work and Pensions Select Committee – even Clegg. All agree that it needs reviewing at least. And not before time.
Like May’s older-feeling government, America’s presidential candidates fit the demographic facts.
If Britain leaves, going off to study in EU countries could come under jeopardy. Leaving would also put Britain’s participation in the Erasmus scheme in doubt.
By compelling us to extend our lives, the public health lobby is priming the real time bomb beneath the NHS: our ageing population.
The Chancellor should pursue new welfare reforms focused on intergenerational fairness.
A nation whose children are less well off than their parents is not doing its job.
In the first piece of our mini-series on intergenerational unfairness, Jonathan explores the way government policy is widening the gap.
My experience as a nurse, working with many terminally ill people, showed me just how easy it is for a frail, terminally ill patient to feel a burden or an inconvenience.