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James Meadway is an economist and Director of the Progressive Economy Forum.
The Conservatives’ by-election victory was built on a new brand of red-green Toryism.
The Bank of England’s digital currency initiative is less about making the monetary system more efficient than it is about retaining control.
The Cambridgeshire chip designer could be the key link in an industrial strategy for the UK's whole high-tech sector.
The failure to vaccinate much of the world and the danger posed by new mutations will continue to depress growth.
Like other pop-ups – from Italy's Five Star Movement to the Brexit Party – the NIP has the potential to crack the political faultlines wide open.
By boosting domestic demand for imported goods, the package will perpetuate US trade imbalances with China.
The party should emphasise the need for long-term resilience to novel diseases and other symptoms of environmental decay.
The Chancellor’s programme will require Labour to adopt a more radical and distinctive economic position.
Faced with a more interventionist Conservative Party, Keir Starmer needs to deliver a more fundamental critique of British capitalism.
It suits central bankers to project a post-lockdown boom but their forecasts don’t reflect the economic realities of Covid-19.