Hanna is a quantitative researcher. Her background is in politics and international studies, and she contributes to a wide range of research areas at NEF, from wellbeing inequality to post-Brexit agricultural policy.
The government is forcing fracking on communities who have rejected it
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IWD2018: 4 examples of fearless women working for change
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No homes for nurses: How NHS land is being sold off to build unaffordable homes
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Loophole lets builders backtrack on community pledges.
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While unemployment has dropped, new research shows that the state of the labour market is far from improving.
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