Miatta Fahnbulleh and Alfie Stirling write for the Fabian Society about how, 10 years since the banking crisis, a economic change may finally be coming:

Ten years ago this month we watched as Lehman brothers went under and the economy as we knew it teetered on the brink of collapse. The ensuing crisis exposed the weakness of the economic system and the limitations of the neoliberal model that underpins it. For many of us it was a wakeup call – a sign that a major shift in our economy was necessary.”

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