A sovereign wealth fund could defuse the UK’s debt timebomb

There’s a hint of sunshine peeping out from behind the grey clouds of austerity. After eight long years of belt-tightening, we’re living within our means at last. Our taxes cover our day-to-day spending on things like health, education, policing and defence, so we’re only having to borrow to invest in…

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Telegraph Article: Politicians denying the referendum decision is an acid that eats away at the heart of our democracy

We’re nearly there, thank goodness. The EU Withdrawal Bill is down to the final, short strokes of its journey through Parliament and into law. And in spite of all the polarised, divisive Brexit rhetoric, there’s a much broader consensus than the smoke and flames of bitter battles about customs-union-this, or…

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London Evening Standard Article: Labour’s cash bung is just a vote tempter to millennials

What to do about “generation rent”? The 20-and-30-something victims of generational injustice, stuck at home with mum and dad, toiling in low-paid jobs because previous generations ate all the pies. The Resolution Foundation and the Labour Party think they know the answers. Resolution proposes a £10,000 social dividend for everyone…

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