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The race to slash ‘red tape’ in post-Brexit Britain has begun. How can it be resisted?
Christiane Heisse and Emily Scurrah write for openDemocracy
Sold-off public land is creating minuscule amounts of affordable housing
An opportunity of a lifetime is slipping through our fingers, unless public land is used to provide genuinely affordable homes
The case for universal basic services
A new book out this month sets out a plan for transforming public services.
Can a ‘natural capital approach’ restore nature in the UK?
Doing more of the same is not going to bring about the transformation we need.
Budget setting in a climate emergency
The Scottish, Welsh and UK governments have all declared a climate emergency. But without money on table, this doesn't mean much.
Flybe’s near collapse should be a wakeup call for the government
Instead of cutting taxes on airlines, we should be using them to fight the climate crisis.
Lab-grown food: We need a just transition, not a tech-led disruption
Where are the farmers in ‘farm-free’ food?
Low trust and high-carbon jobs
After years of neglect, how can the industrial heartlands believe in government plans for change?