The Bank of England’s interest rate rise will cripple those who can least afford it
While wealthy Brits will barely notice the rate rise, it’s bad news for the millions who take on debt to get by, writes NEF Economist Frank Van Lerven in The New Statesman.

Selling off rail arches will be a body blow to small business
The Evening Standard covered our campaign with Guardians of the Arches to prevent Network Rail’s massive sell-off. Guardians of the Arches, who we are working with, released a list of 13 proposals for the future of the railway arches in which they work. We have conducted research showing that railway arch businesses contribute £725m to the UK economy. This was covered in The Times, The Independent, City AM, and The Big Issue

The left needs to come up with a replacement for Universal Credit
Pointing out the flaws in the government’s flagship policy is not enough, write NEF’s Alfie Sterling and Sarah Bedford in The New Statesman.

Are seaside towns like Morecambe getting left behind?
Channel 5 News used our research on insolvencies and startups in coastal communities in their coverage of declining seaside towns. Watch