• It's about more than money

    It's about more than money

    Business and government must work together to deliver social value and build public confidence in markets says Jim Bligh, the CBI’s head of public services

  • Personalisation in public services

    Personalisation in public services

    Policymakers should be encouraging providers to invest in the future of the services they deliver. Ralph Scott, head of editorial, Demos explains the benefits of this approach

  • Profile: Gavin Williamson MP

    Profile: Gavin Williamson MP

    As David Cameron’s parliamentary private secretary, few get so close, so often to the heart of government. Sam Macrory, Total Politics editor, on Gavin Williamson’s political future

  • Support workers

    Support workers

    Serco's John Myatt argues that it’s the little things that make a huge difference to better hospital care, experience and outcomes

  • Healthy living

    Healthy living

    A new scheme is encouraging people to take up physical activity in a bid to tackle health problems. Ethos talks Diane Bagley, Serco’s Head of Sports and Community Development

  • Working for the common good

    Working for the common good

    NLGN's Simon Parker argues that essential changes in social policies must give everybody a stake in the place they live and encourage greater contribution

  • Delivering value

    Delivering value

    Reform’s Andrew Haldenby welcomes politics that are moving towards realistic reform and finds innovation is possible despite budget pressures

  • The interview: Stella Creasy

    The interview: Stella Creasy

    Stella Creasy MP has battled internet trolls, sexism and outrageous interest charged by loansharks. The Independent on Sunday’s John Rentoul meets a rising star of the opposition

  • Profile: Elizabeth Truss MP

    Profile: Elizabeth Truss MP

    As a child she went on CND marches, joined the Lib Dems at university and is now a Thatcherite. The Spectator's Isabel Hardman profiles the tribe-hopping MP

  • Is it working?

    Is it working?

    The government’s welfare-to-work scheme has provoked controversy since it was introduced in 2011. Dan Finn of the University of Portsmouth subjects the most recent results to scrutiny