# Probably42's Documents

  • This document is a 'considered output' of Probably42. It takes as input the best ideas generated in the individual Probably42 group meetings and incorporates additional ideas generated as a result. It presents these in a structured manner with a summ..
  • July 21, 2020
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Education 0 356 0
    This document draws together the outputs from three discussion meetings on the topic as a series of specific proposals. This document will now form the basis for drawing out the main ideas to include in the overall Manifesto of Ideas. Should you..
  • Transforming our Democracy and Political System for the 21st Century Issue 1.7A set of transformational proposals to make our democracy fit for the 21st Century
  • November 21, 2019
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Democracy & Decision Making 0 600 0
    Chamber of the Future Issue 1.0 A paper on addressing the deficit in Government long-term planning
  • November 14, 2017
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Education 0 1,140 0
    This document puts forward a set of suggested strategies for Education in the 21st century. It is identical to the section in the full Manifesto document but extracted here for convenience of a focused discussion on education.
  • October 4, 2017
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Business 0 889 0
    About this category
  • September 5, 2017
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Retirement 0 960 0
    This document describes a vision for the future of retirement which was written in 2012 but is just as true now.
  • This document was prepared for the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence in response to a Call for Evidence. It is based partly on the previous document published on Probably42 called The March of Intelligent Automation.
  • Summary of output from third Pie & Pint Meeting of West Berkshire 1
  • April 27, 2017
    Uploaded by # Probably42 Category: Housing 1 1,370 0
    There is an on-going Housing Crisis caused by the rapidly escalating price of homes over a long period of time, making owning a home unaffordable for many of our children.