When builders become landlords
Joe Beswick was quoted in a piece by Luke Barratt for Inside Housing on the recent spate of house builders setting up for-profit providers of social housing 

What could the tax and spending proposals of Conservative leadership candidates mean for our economy?
NEF CEO Miatta Fahnbulleh responded to pledges from Conservative leadership hopefuls to cut taxes and increase spending on Sky News All Out Politics

Charities slam FCA for failing to end the debt trap’
NEF came together with other charities and campaign groups in an open letter covered by the Financial Times, calling for the UK financial watchdog to extend the cap on payday loans to other forms of high-cost credit such as credit cards and doorstep lending

Campaigners urge financial watchdog to cap credit card costs to slash debt
To support the open letter, as part of the End the Debt Trap Coalition NEF released a new report showing that almost half of the poorest households are now using credit cards for everyday living costs and food. This was covered in the Big Issue and Your Money

Forget GDP growth — greater economic democracy is the main ingredient for a sustainable net zero world 
Fernanda Balata argues in Business Green that the UN Sustainable Development Goal 8 (promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work) focuses too much on increasing GDP growth which is neither desirable nor sustainable.

Parent-led nurseries: Are they the answer to affordable childcare?
NEF’s work with 20 Deptford parents to open a parent-led nursery which is affordable and responds to the local community was covered in the Independent