Brexit and pesticides: a dangerous mix
We can’t let business interests jeopardise our health
24 March 2017
This is how we’ll beat the Big 6
Big energy companies have had it easy for too long
10 February 2017
How migrants are crucial to your lunch
Migrant workers are essential to our food system in the UK. So what will be the consequences post-Brexit?
9 February 2017
Brexit and beauty products: why standards matter
The standards which keep our make up safe from toxic chemicals could be under threat
3 February 2017
Trump just defined the nature of a UK-US trade deal
Trump’s order strips back regulations upholding safety standards – in a move which echoes the UK’s downwards direction.
1 February 2017
Inequality in the Digital Society
Summary of a joint workshop by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the New Economics Foundation
Technology isn’t neutral – we have to make it work for us
Technology can and should benefit everyone – to use it as a tool for concentrating power and wealth among an elite is a shameful waste.
Massive surge in London’s gig economy
London’s gig economy has grown by 72% since 2010
9 December 2016
Tapeworms for lunch?
Why parasites could be in for a comeback
1 December 2016