Unchecked UK is looking for an intern to lead a political research/ mapping project, pulling together demographic, social, cultural and political information for key parliamentary constituencies.
In this submission we set out some preliminary arguments for adopting a protective approach to regulatory policymaking in the UK. We examine the effectiveness of previous government initiatives to reduce regulation, as well as the existing cost/ benefit appraisal process for assessing the value of regulations.
New polling - carried out for Unchecked UK by Ipsos MORI - provides insights into what level of environmental protection voters are likely to find acceptable, as the UK deals with the economic fallout from Covid-19 and negotiates its future outside of the EU.
At times like these we remember just how connected we all are - and how much we depend on one another. While different people are being affected in different ways by the Covid 19 crisis, we all have a stake in tackling it in the best way possible.
In April 2011, the Coalition government launched a crowdsourcing initiative, the ‘Red Tape Challenge’, which invited the public to identify regulations to be improved or removed. In this paper we explore the initiative's outcomes and effectiveness.
The Chancellor’s hastily re-written budget rightly placed the coronavirus front and centre, with 40% of the total spending package specifically targeted at measures to tackle it.
An estimated seven per cent of children in the UK have a food allergy. In the worst case scenario, an allergic reaction will kill. Now, new research from Unchecked.uk, published in The Times, has found that nearly one in five food samples contain a hidden allergen.
New research by Unchecked.uk and the Times has found that nearly one in five food samples in England, Wales and Scotland contains at least one undeclared allergen.
Unchecked.uk is expanding! We’re looking for a digital communications professional to plan, develop and implement our digital campaigning and communications.
Campaigners are warning of a “gaping hole” in the UK’s food safety regime, as new figures show that high numbers of food checks are missed each year.