The next ten years is a book published by the independent think tank Reform on 1 March 2012. It contains 73 essays from people at the top level of politics, the civil service, business and public services.

These essays were commissioned to mark the tenth anniversary of Reform. We asked people to highlight the trends that will be important over the next decade and to investigate the types of policy responses that will be required in the light of these trends.

They demonstrate an important truth about reform: reformers can come from right of centre and left of centre parties – and from no party.

Please read and share these essays, and please get involved in the rest of Reform’s work. We are an independent, non-party think tank whose mission is to find a better way to deliver public services and economic prosperity in the UK. We hold over a hundred policy events a year with the majority open to the public.

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Andrew Haldenby, Director, Reform