The obsession with looking tough on migration is a smokescreen letting politicians off the hook.
It took some longer than others.
It is clear that change will only come from below.
Remarkably, the most left-wing Labour Party in years now looks more friendly to business than the Tories.
Young women are the most likely to be in low-paid work, more likely to struggle to make ends meet, and more likely to be in debt.
“If we haven’t got a market to sell our products to, then there won’t be much point in actually going out and catching it.”
Rather than being privately extracted, data and technology must be harnessed for collective gain.
From Marxist ideologue to shadow chancellor, Corbyn’s intellectual guru and closest ally has long been reviled. But now that power is in sight – and faced with a possible Labour split – his passion is turning to pragmatism.
We cannot address our deep problems unless we are prepared to give government a larger role in economic management and policy.
The IPPR’s new report recognises the need for more aggressive state intervention than traditional social democrats and liberals could ever countenance.
If that assumption is wrong, we really won’t be waiting long to find out.