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James Meadway is an economist and Director of the Progressive Economy Forum.
We have entered a new economic era of higher public spending and greater government intervention.
Wage rises and mild inflation, after decades of stagnant real pay and deflationary pressure, would be no bad thing.
Progressive taxation provides a ready-made narrative with intuitive moral appeal, which Labour should make its own.
Weak growth and rising house prices mean the decisive factor in politics will be the ownership of wealth.
The former prime minister's unshakeable faith in machines suggests a technocratic politics unfit for today's most pressing challenges.
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.