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£1.2 million of Walthamstow residents’ high interest debt cancelled

This project sheds light on the shadowy market where our debt is bought and sold

Sun, strikes and suspicious parents

The school strikes prove that climate action needs young people

Britain needs a green new deal to revive its economy after Brexit

It means recognising that climate change is a symptom of our broken economic system.

Setting a dangerous precedent

What can finance teach us about the risks of deregulation?

International Women’s Day 2019: Rage against the economy

The radical vulnerability of feminised anger, and how we can harness it for good

International Women’s Day 2019: What could a zero-carbon economy mean for women?

A truly just transition must incorporate gender justice.

International Women’s Day 2019: Women and the housing crisis

What would a feminist analysis of our broken housing system look like?

Innovating’ our way into disaster

Big business is using the language of progress to strip away consumer protections

Deprived towns fund is insignificant compared with staggering cuts

Reversing the damage done by austerity will take more than this paltry offer

Markets regenerated out of existence

Haringey Council should take a new approach to their local community and save Latin Village Market

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