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Insecure work — are we at tipping point?

New findings show widespread problem of unpredictable hours and pay

Public land could be key to solving the housing crisis

By selling off public land to the highest bidder, the Government is missing an opportunity to build the homes we need

Imagining a new social contract

Our public services and social security safety net are in tatters. Here's how to rebuild them.

The law is failing renters – time to unionise

NEF are backing the growing renters’ movement - here's why

Investment in public services is an investment in social infrastructure

Universal basic services could offer a new way of meeting needs

Clean energy for the poorest: this is what a Green New Deal means in practice

We need policies that create jobs, tackle fuel poverty and address climate change

Why net zero emissions by 2050’ needs a Green New Deal

The Climate Change Committee has made its recommendations - so what now?

Universal basic income: new study finds little evidence that it can live up to its promise

Research reviews 16 projects across the globe

Tackling the productivity puzzle: A higher minimum wage and a 4-day week

The ‘productivity puzzle’ is one of the great enigmas of the UK’s post crisis economy. Could radical demand-side solutions be part of the solution?

Central banks waking up to climate change

The Bank of England is adopting NEF's recommendation to disclose climate risk

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