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Total pay has reached lowest monthly level in two years

Responding to today’s ONS Labour Market statistics, New Economics Foundation looks at what’s going on behind the headline figures on wages and inflation. Alfie Stirling, Head of Economics at the New Economics Foundation, […]

London’s small businesses come together to demand affordable rents

230 small businesses call on London politicians to join them in confronting the capital’s affordable workspace crisis

Millions struggling to cope with credit card debt

Four in ten British adults are worried about their levels of debt

New poll: 82% of Uber users ready to quit the service

Four-fifths of Uber customers would use an ethical alternative – and over half would pay a higher fare to do so App-based companies like Uber and Deliveroo are facing multiple legal challenges relating […]

Four out of five homes built on NHS land are unaffordable to nurses

Instead of selling off NHS land, the Government should create a People’s Land Bank and use the land to build affordable homes

New research: London’s transport gig economy grows by 82% since 2010

Number employed in transport sector has fallen by 9%.

A Budget that “barely scratches the surface” of our deep economic malaise

NEF’s response to today’s Autumn Budget

Brexit poses ‘severe threat to Britain’s fishing communities’

EU departure likely to will see some fishers – mainly small boats – do far worse than others.

New research: UK financial system is ‘least resilient in the G7’

Threats posed by Brexit make it even more exposed to future shocks

NEF welcomes Uber court defeat but calls for more driver control

Driver-owned alternative will give real control to workers and users.

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