Press coverage

Find coverage in the press of Reform's latest work below. 

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Times Radio, 22 March

Reform Senior Researcher, Aidan Shilson-Thomas, spoke to Matt Chorley at Times Radio about government crisis planning, marking the launch of Reform's latest report 'A state of preparedness'. Listen back here

Conservative Home, 22 March 2021

Reform Senior Researcher, Aidan Shilson-Thomas, wrote for Conservative Home about the need for Parliament to play a more proactive role in planning for future crises. Read his article here

Conservative Home, Wednesday 17 February

Following the launch of 'What's next for the NHS: Building the resilience of the health and care system', report co-author and Reform Researcher, Sebastian Rees, wrote for Conservative Home on addressing the long-standing issues facing the NHS.

Report Coverage: What's next for the NHS? Building the resilience of the health and care system

Published on the 17 February 2021, Reform's latest report in the Resilient State series, 'What's next for the NHS? Building the resilience of the health and care system', in collaboration with Edge Health, received widespread news coverage.

Reform responds to Public Accounts Committee PPE report

Responding to a Public Accounts Committee report criticising government PPE procurement, Aidan Shilson-Thomas, Reform procurement lead, said:

Event coverage: 'A smarter BBC'

Coinciding with the launch of the BBC’s Audience Value report, Tim Davie, BBC Director-General, joined Rt Hon Baroness Nicky Morgan, former Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, for a discussion on the value the BBC provides to audiences and the action it is taking to become a smarter saver, seller and spender. 

The event was covered by The Telegraph, The Daily Mail and The Daily Express

Computer Weekly: Tuesday 19 January

To coincide with the launch of a new Reform report, 'Digital public services: what's next?', Matthew Fetzer wrote an opinion piece for Computer Weekly.

Read it here (£). 

Newsnight Monday 18 January

Reform Director, Charlotte Pickles, spoke to BBC Newsnight about the implications of not maintaining the Universal Credit uplift. 

Watch it here