Cathy Corrie
Cathy Corrie is a Researcher at Reform. She is engaged primarily in researching public service reform, focused on improving effectiveness, accountability and value for money in the public sector. Prior to joining Reform she completed a History degree at Cambridge University.

Entries by Cathy Corrie

The Case for GP Charges

(2) Comments | Posted 22 May 2014 | (11:12)

At 2 o'clock today the British Medical Association will vote whether or not to lobby the Government to introduce a charge for GP appointments. The motion, put forward by the local committee in Wiltshire, suggests that "it is no longer viable for general practice to provide all patients with all...

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Budget 2013: Ring-Fencing Budgets Cannot Continue

(2) Comments | Posted 18 March 2013 | (17:52)

As the budget fast approaches, debates on how to return the UK economy back to growth are reaching fever pitch. For Ed Balls, the government will have to borrow more to kickstart the economy. George Osborne, on the other hand, is adamant that "you can't get out of a debt...

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The Case for Private Prisons

(27) Comments | Posted 20 February 2013 | (23:00)

This government has made competition a corner stone of its public service reform agenda.

As David Cameron said in 2011, "We will create a new presumption...that public services should be open to a range of providers competing to offer a better service". Nowhere has this had more impact than in...

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