• Parties to outline solutions to UK’s personal debt crisis at CSJ event

    Leading figures from Britain's mainstream political parties, including Andrea Leadsom and Stella Creasy, will outline plans for tackling the personal debt crisis. The event, in London, will be hosted by Spectator Editor Fraser Nelson.


  • Tackling drugs in prison a priority, Justice Secretary tells CSJ

    Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has said stopping the supply of drugs into prions must become an urgent priority. Speaking at the CSJ, the MP also said more needs to be done to help prisoners develop employment skills.

    Speech - Watch

  • ‘Penny on unit’ treatment tax to fund more rehab, urges CSJ

    The number of alcohol-related hospital admissions are soaring, new CSJ analysis shows. The think-tank has called for a new ‘treatment tax’ to be added to alcohol off-licence sales to fund more treatment.

    Press Release - Coverage

  • Cycles of disadvantage in England’s care system, new CSJ report

    The Centre for Social Justice has revealed a host of problems in England’s care system – outlining radical reforms to transform the lives of the most vulnerable young people.

    Report - Executive Summary - Press release - BBC

  • Labour adopts CSJ plans to create dynamic ‘Family Hubs’

    Labour’s Shadow Education Minister has backed key CSJ proposals to support families and promote stability. The party says it wants to create new ‘Family Hubs’ in communities, which the CSJ called for in the report Fully Committed?

    Details - Fully Committed? - Blog

  • Wherever there are broken communities the CSJ is there finding fresh solutions – says PM

    Prime Minister David Cameron has backed the work of the CSJ as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. In a video message, the PM said he was proud to have worked with the CSJ since he became Conservative leader.