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Augusta Riddy is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman.
At a New Statesman Labour fringe the Shadow BEIS Secretary and general secretary of the TUC discussed how to encourage young people to join trade unions.
At a New Statesman and FSB Labour fringe, the Shadow Chancellor stated his preference for a general election over a “people’s vote”.
The EEF's chief economist says UK manufacturing can compete on the global stage, but Westminster must be realistic, and prepared.
Modular homes are built off-site, enabling quick and fuss-free construction. Are they the answer to Britain’s housing needs?
Wahed Invest allows British Muslims to ethically invest in a global portfolio, closely monitored by an Ethical Review Board.
In his first speech as Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds made a commitment to improving life chances for disadvantaged pupils.
The Scottish government has committed to establishing a national investment bank by 2020, but is it enough to kick-start growth?
The 2017 Capital of Culture wants government cash to build on its recent success.
Women are dramatically underrepresented in patents. Are they no good at inventing things?
A recent report argues that tariff-free trading zones could generate £1,500 for every Northern family.