NEF in the news, October 2018

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation

The idea of having one unaccountable commercial landlord bothers Guardian members
Will Brett spoke to The Big Issue North about the Guardians of the Arches campaign. 

A decade has been wasted since the banking crisis, but economic change may finally be coming
Miatta Fahnbulleh and Alfie Stirling write for the Fabian Society about the economic alternative.

We should be using fishing quota to deliver public goods.”
Griffin Carpenter spoke to The Financial Times about the news that UK quota is concentrated in five families.

We need to do much more than simply tinker around the edges”
NEF economist Frank van Lerven spoke to The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph about why the Bank of England’s new climate risk measures leave much to be desired.

Life under the arches
BBC covered the stories of some of the businesses that give life to the railway arches sold off by Network Rail.

Just another layer of absurdity“
Joe Beswick spoke to The Guardian about their findings that the most prosecuted housing block in the UK has become a cash cow for foreign investors. 

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