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Jonathan Portes analyses Boris Johnson’s claim that curbing immigration should lead to a “high productivity, high wage” economy
Jonathan Portes delves into the data on the economic performance of the UK after its exit from the EU’s single market and customs union on 1 January and assesses the real-world impact of these new trade barriers
Jonathan Portes looks at the causes and consequences of the record low total fertility rate in the UK
The impact of EU migration on the UK has barely begun, explains Jonathan Portes
Jonathan Portes examines the real forces at play, which will require addressing, as part of the Prime Minister’s flagship policy for his new ‘Red Wall’ constituencies
The methodology used by the Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities excluded the possibility of finding that differences in outcomes are the result of race, says Jonathan Portes
Austerity failed Britain during the COVID-19 crisis, but the Government has not yet signalled a bold new vision for the UK’s economy, says Jonathan Portes
Jonathan Portes explores how the Government’s offer of a home to those being politically repressed in the former British colony could mark a shift in the UK's economy and immigration debate
A year into the Coronavirus pandemic, Jonathan Portes checks what he got right about its impact and what he got wrong
Jonathan Portes argues that the Government's EU negotiations and Coronavirus measures are actually drawing the UK deeper into the European mainstream
Jonathan Portes, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at King's College London, explains why we don't need to turn a health crisis into an economic depression.
Northern Ireland Matters in Brexit – But So Do Jobs, Wages and Public Services in the Rest of the Country
Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, on what Boris Johnson's Brexit may mean for the UK as a whole.
Jonathan Portes on why ideology, short-termism and a relentless focus on Brexit has resulted in economic hardship continuing in the UK long after the Coalition Government.
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King's College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.