We were deeply saddened to learn of the death just before Christmas of our colleague, Professor Richard Roberts, Professor of Contemporary History in the Department of Political Economy, King’s College London.
Historians from Cambridge and Edinburgh will investigate the historical context of child protection in prisons for HMPPS's submission to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
H&P Director Andrew Blick has had two evidence submissions published online by Parliament.
H&P's director Dr Andrew Blick has submitted evidence to the Committee commenting on artificial intelligence from a historical, constitutional and democratic perspective.
The OU joins our existing partners, the Universities of Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds and Sheffield.
History & Policy’s director Dr Andrew Blick (King’s College London), an expert in constitutional history, comments on the result of the snap election and the talks between the Conservatives and the DUP, with BBC News and Sky News.
History & Policy’s director Dr Andrew Blick (King’s College London), an expert in constitutional history, on the implications of the snap election for the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.
Professor Peter Ackers and Dr Alastair Reid introduced their edited collection of essays challenging traditional narratives of twentieth century British labour history at a sold-out event last night at King’s College London.
The Trade Union Forum convenes a discussion to explore exactly what Theresa May meant when she called for more worker directors.
H&P Editorial Director and co-founder Professor Simon Szreter co-authors paper in The Lancet highlighting the early modern social security system in England as a stimulus to economic growth
History & Policy's director Dr Andrew Blick will advise on the historical and constitutional context as the Welsh Government seeks representation in the appeal before the Supreme Court.
A treasure trove for understanding the 20th century and beyond. Panel discussion at the Houses of Parliament involving historians who have used those papers of David Lloyd George which are kept at the Parliamentary Archives.
Researchers in the field of social protection are often confronted with the argument that social protection is a luxury that only rich nations can afford. But according to Simon Szreter, professor of history and public policy at the University of Cambridge, social security played a social security played a key role in driving the world's first case of economic development - the economic rise of England from 1600-1800.
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