Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation
23 October 2017
Want to build more homes, Theresa May? Then stop selling off public land
Official government policy is to make a quick buck by selling public land to private developers. It’s no way to fix the housing crisis, writes Alice Martin in the Guardian.
Brussels, fishermen and waters muddied still further by Brexit
Our work with coastal communities featured in The Times.
Social care: a ‘hidden engine’ for economic growth
Social care doesn’t have to be in crisis. Our recent report, covered in the Guardian, showed how a troubled sector could be a real driver of local economic success.
Khan’s Cars: A driver-owned replacement for Uber in London.
“This can work.” Next City covers our plan for a mutually-owned, publicly-regulated alternative to Uber.
NEF’s Andrew Pendleton, Principal Director for Policy and Advocacy, appeared on Sky News twice this week.
In his first appearance, he discussed the credit card cap proposed by the Shadow Chancellor this week.
Andrew’s second appearance featured him debating Transport for London’s decision to strip Uber of its operating licence.
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With the UN climate summit on our doorstep, why is the government still supporting new climate-wrecking fossil-fuel projects?
28 October 2021
Ayeisha Thomas-Smith is joined by Frank van Lerven and Dora Meade
26 October 2021
A Future Skills Scheme will help workers and support the transition to a low-carbon economy
Alex Chapman, Chaitanya Kumar, Alfie Stirling
Replacing the fiscal rules with fiscal referees
Frank van Lerven, Alfie Stirling, Lydia Prieg
25 October 2021