Health publications

Part of our mission at Centre is to inform debate and to produce new ideas. This is where we publish papers to focus on different areas of policy and to explore the different points of view on a certain topic. We also produce briefing papers to offer both the background to a subject and a policy proposal.

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Text: "Our vision Briefing paper - Our vision to move the UK forwards. By Torrin Wilkins, December 1st 2020. Centre Think Tank ISSN 2634-4696".

Our vision: Our vision to move the UK forwards (briefing paper):

This is a vision for a country that combines a strong welfare state with a free market economy. It is a system that we know works because its been tried and tested in the Nordic countries. This has meant simplifying systems such as social security, how many layers of government we have and our overly complex tax system. We also learnt from them in areas where individual countries have become world leaders. In creating a free market economy that works we have looked to countries such as Sweden and reforming our education system has been based off Finland which has one of the best education systems in the world.

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Text: “Fighting Pandemics Briefing paper - Winning the fight against infectious diseases By Torrin Wilkins, May 29th 2019. Centre Think Tank ISSN 2634-4696”.

Fighting pandemics: Winning the fight against infectious diseases (briefing paper):

The new drug in development to cure HIV which focuses on stunning and then killing the virus is a huge step forwards in medicine. It means that for the first time since the aids outbreak occurred a world free of HIV and Aids is possible. With such a situation possible, the UK government must be prepared to distribute the new drugs. This paper therefore contains a definition of HIV and Aids, looks at their histories, explores the drugs used to treat them and then proposes a plan for distributing the drugs in the UK.