Category - New Economics Foundation

  • 20 Mar 2014

    "With fresh figures showing a return to economic growth over last year, George Osborne has a spring in his step. Growth is back, jobs are being created; his plan is vindicated in time for today's budget. There’s work still to do, but he’s building a 'resilient economy' he believes.

  • 20 Sep 2012

    Yesterday evening, I was very pleased to take part in a debate on “Can capitalism be made good?” in Marlborough. I argued “no”, alongside Stewart Wallis from the New Economics Foundation. On the other side were Will Morris, chair of the CBI’s tax committee and Anglican priest, and Hugh Pym of the BBC. The Bishop of Salisbury, Nicholas Holtam, presided.

  • 24 Nov 2011

    The Columban Missionary Society in Britain, a Catholic order, has declared its support for Occupy London Stock Exchange, which currently faces eviction.

  • 2 Nov 2011

    When the difficulties between St Paul's and the Occupy London camp were at their height we pointed out that the Church of England has a habit of smothering radicalism with a great big hug. (Credit where it’s due - this is my colleague Simon Barrow’s expression. "Suffocated by a warm pastoral embrace" was how he first put it).

  • 4 Jul 2011

    As the gap on pay and pensions widens, British business should disclose the ratio between their highest and lowest paid employees says a new report

  • 31 Mar 2011
  • 31 Mar 2011

    A New Economics Foundation report says the UK is subverting progress towards a safer financial system, and is a barrier to global efforts for reform.

  • 4 Oct 2010

    The New Economics Foundation says Britain faces further economic chaos as banks come to terms with a £25 billion funding gap in 2011.

  • 22 Jun 2010

    A new report says Britain could cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030, creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs and regaining energy security at the heart of a revamped economy.

  • 22 Jun 2010

    Amid the welter of statistics and analysis which is pouring forth around Chancellor George Osborne's emergency budget, those who care for social justice should not let their eyes stray from the sleights of hand that rest at its core.