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Top 15% of taxpayers should fill NHS funding gap, think tank suggests

New Economics Foundation (NEF) proposes levying £11.1bn for NHS through reform to National Insurance Contributions (NICs)

NEF in the news, June 2018

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

NEF’s Will Brett discusses Network Rail’s railway arch sell-off on BBC 5 Live

NEF Director of Communications Will Brett discussed Network Rail’s sell-off of railway arches, the small businesses it threatens, and the Guardians of the Arches campaign, on BBC 5 Live, 12 June 2018.

Campaign calls for cost cap on payday lenders to be extended to all forms of consumer credit

Analysis from NEF shows monthly income spent on debt is doubly burdensome for the poorest households

NEF in the news, May 2018

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

Stress and anxiety related hospital admissions costing taxpayer £71.1m

New analysis shows 165,000 bed days per year used by those with stress & anxiety

2,500 supply-chain jobs at risk in Sainsbury’s-Asda merger

New analysis shows that the price cuts passed on to suppliers will impact on jobs

GDP growth of any kind is no longer leading to higher real wages

Today’s GDP estimates from the ONS are again disappointing, and fall far short of what would be expected from a healthy economy.

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, […]

NEF in the news, April 2018

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

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