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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)

Weekly Economics Podcast: One year on from the Grenfell Tower fire

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NEF in the news, June 2018

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

Take back technology

Technology is putting workers under greater surveillance and stress. But it can also empower.

Who watches the workers?

New technology can shift power to workers, but also means employers can more easily track their employees

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.

Weekly Economics Podcast: Does the Windrush scandal signal the end of Britain’s ‘hostile environment’?

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Central banks should lead by example on transparency and climate change

Over 50 NGOs have called on central banks to walk the talk when it comes to transparency and tackling climate change.

Railway arch sell-off threatens thousands of small businesses

Arches tenants enrich our cities and must be saved

Out of Contract

A step-by-step guide for the process of contracting in local authorities

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