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Tuesday, March 16, 2010  -  BBC Radio 4

The World At One

Sir Andrew Foster Chair of the Commission for 2020 Public Services appears on Radio 4's World at One talking about our Commission's interim report Beyond Beveridge.

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010  -  BBC News 24

BBC News 24

Sir Andrew Foster Chair of the Commission for 2020 Public Services appears live on BBC News24 talking about our Commission's interim report Beyond Beveridge.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009  -  BBC Radio 4

The Today Programme

Sir Andrew Foster Chair of the Commission for 2020 Public Services appears on Radio 4's Today Programme to discuss a new 21st century settlement for public services.

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Thursday, 20 January 2011
COPD: Cautiously Optimistic about Payment on Delivery
About 15% of people my age have a long term condition. A little over two years ago I developed COPD: Cautiously Optimistic about Payment on Delivery, and have been unable to rid myself of the affliction. Thus having published Better Outcomes, a report exploring the what, where and why of payment-by-outcome, I and several colleagues ... more »
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Wednesday, 5 January 2011
the condition of conditionality
Interesting contrast in a couple of news stories coming from the states in the last few days. On the one hand, portents in the Guardian of a difficult 2 years for President Obama in the face of a Republican controlled Congress. On the other, a piece in the New York Times on falling inequality in ... more »
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Thursday, 25 November 2010
Local Identity – the photographic evidence?
Last night I was speaking at the mining institute in Newcastle at a roundtable discussing themes from LOCAL a book my Dad and I published recently. The book is a mix of photography (based on an artist-in-residence period at Cumbria County Council), and text (an essay on local politics & identity), and the roundtable ... more »