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James Plunkett is director of policy and development at the Resolution Foundation
Inequality is a more important explanation than rising employer costs for why the wages of the typical worker have fallen behind GDP.
Vince Cable's announcements have allowed the Lib Dems to make the running on low pay but they still leave an opportunity to set out a tougher approach.
Why everyone’s pretty much making it up.
The task is to seek material gains through a new, less transactional politics.
The government claims to want to reduce costs and increase quality. It can't have it both ways.
The Lib Dems are right to identify higher rate pension tax relief as ripe for review.
A technical quirk will allow the government to skim small amounts each year from lower income househ
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