Dozens of CSJ policy ideas have been backed by Britain’s mainstream political parties in the run-up to the 2015 General Election.
David Cameron has outlined Conservative plans to abolish youth unemployment – based on proposals put forward by the CSJ last year in the report the Journey to Work.
Both Labour and the Conservatives are running such negative General Election campaigns that it is impossible to predict the outcome – leading commentator Fraser Nelson has told the first of the CSJ’s pre-election breakfast briefings.
The Centre for Social Justice has uncovered new data revealing the increasing damage ‘legal highs’ are having on society.
CSJ Director Christian Guy has written about why we need to stop the welfare system from holding people back in a pre-election article for The Independent.
Labour’s Shadow Education Minister has backed key CSJ proposals to support families and promote stability. The party says it wants to create new ‘Family Hubs’ in communities, which the CSJ called for in the report Fully Committed?
Prime Minister David Cameron has backed the work of the CSJ as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. In a video message, the PM said he was proud to have worked with the CSJ since he became Conservative leader.