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Power and accountability in the digital economy

Data and big tech companies have more and more power. As the digital economy develops, we need to put people and society at the centre.

It’s time to decide our climate futures

There is a spectrum of possibilities open to us, from collectively decarbonising the economy to ecofascism and climate apartheid.

Netting zero

What does a just transition look like for our fishing industry?

Visions for a zero carbon economy from two generations of climate activists

Jamie Margolin and Ann Pettifor share their motivations for fighting climate chaos

Mass sell off of public land fails to deliver social housing

With the current programme coming to an end, the government’s mass sell-off of public land has failed to deliver social housing

GDP per head today is still £128 below 2008 levels

Official GDP per head is demonstrably failing to reflect the true lived experience in the economy

The time we’re owed

The shorter working week is a matter of social justice

UK workers could be owed a significant holiday

Increases in leisure time have decoupled from productivity increases

Fishing quotas: it’s not just the size of the pie

Sustainable fishing and a just transition

Which planet is the Chancellor living on?

Government spending plans are failing to scale up the climate emergency response

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