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As Brexit dominates, its causes are being forgotten

The perennial and tragic irony is that the very conditions which led to Brexit are being eclipsed by the government’s total preoccupation with it.

NEF in the news, December 2017

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

Landing the blame: overfishing in the Baltic 2018

Which member states are setting quotas above scientific advice?

Are universal public services the answer to Europe’s widening inequalities?

New study suggests that extending public services would combat rising inequality and strengthen social cohesion.

Watch: Blue New Deal: building better coastal economies

NEF has been working with the fishing community in Eastbourne to take real control of their future

Graham’s story: how a community took control

How NEF worked with an Eastbourne community to build a better coastal economy

Half of UK’s wealth rests on shaky foundations: a new approach to land and housing is urgent

The rapid growth of land wealth has been driven by financial speculation.

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

Number employed in transport sector has fallen by 9%.

Fracking: cognitive dissonance on an industrial scale

How long can the Government push clean and dirty energy at the same time?

NEF in the news, November 2017

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

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