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In 2001, a little before 9/11, I wrote the first of a new pamphlet series by the New Economics Foundation. It was called Why London…

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Our poor NHS is rather like many of our fellow citizens suffering from a post-Covid Syndrome. Two years after the pandemic, we have the longest ever…

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Liz Truss had promised the review of the Bank of England’s (BoE) independence in monetary policy decisions during her Conservative Party leadership contest in August…

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This letter first appeared in the Financial Times Martin Wolf’s article encouraging the Tories “to abandon their shibboleths” with respect to economic policy and embrace…

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There is currently a debate around whether the government should break the pension triple lock, the commitment to increase pensions in line with the higher…

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The UK economy is in dire shape. During the first quarter of 2022 we sustained an overall balance of payments deficit of over £50bn, almost…

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In his Autumn Statement, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced an overhaul of important aspects of insurance regulation known as Solvency II rules. Insurance industry lobbyists claim…

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Budget days are hard core politics wrapped in economics. They are the embodiment of that important but now less used term – our political economy….

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OPEN MANIFESTO POLICY DRAFT How can we deliver the higher levels of investment and productivity of labour and capital necessary to address Britain’s inadequate infrastructure,…

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OPEN MANIFESTO POLICY DRAFT Through monetary policy, the Bank of England has become ever more central to the governing of the economy.  With increasing financial…

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