A wide-ranging report has laid out how demographic changes, economic shifts, and technological advances will affect the UK by 2030.
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) report, published today, suggests many of the anticipated changes, including to the demographic makeup of the UK, will be exacerbated by Britain's decision to leave the European Union in June.
While the British government is still grappling with exactly what it means by "Brexit means Brexit", the authors note that cutting ties with the EU – in whatever form – will place Britain on a lower growth and investment trajectory and affect peoples' living standards.
In a statement, shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer MP said the report showed "the importance of ensuring we get the best possible Brexit deal that protects jobs, the economy, and living standards".
“It also reminds us that there are wider and profound challenges facing Britain in the years and decades to come – both to our economy, society, and our place in the world," he added.
Here's what the report predicted.