Sarah Lyall

Former Subject Lead - Social Policy

Sarah led NEF’s social policy work with a focus on household finances and public services.

Sarah’s particular areas of specialism include social action, household debt, social care, local government and co-production.

Her past media appearances include BBC Breakfast, Sky News, BBC London and coverage in The Mirror and The Times.

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We must listen to those at the sharp end of the debt crisis

Do the FCA's proposals to take action on harmful lending go far enough?

What are the solutions to Britain’s social care crisis?

New Economics Foundation comment on Sky News

Big care providers are wasting taxpayers’ money

£115m of social care funds will end up with private investors

No relief for struggling households

The Chancellor will continue his predecessor’s agenda of spending cuts

The real Living Wage makes economic sense

After Brexit the case for a pay rise has never been so strong

Motormile Finance scandal: the tip of the iceberg?

We urgently need to address the power imbalance between debtors and creditors

Democracy: the missing link in the devolution debate

Devolution in England could change the way we are governed and create a fairer dispersion of power

Inequality in Elmbridge

Exploring the Surrey borough’s hidden challenges

Fairness Commissions

Understanding how local authorities can have an impact on inequality and poverty

Responses to austerity

How groups across the UK are adapting, challenging and imagining alternatives in the face of austerity

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