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IMG0749A fiscal No Man's Land: Modern Monetary Theory and the Budget 
Spare a thought for finance ministers, and the opposition counterparts who aspire to replace them. The conventional wisdom was that they should at least make an attempt to follow fiscal rules. Now, there are no rules. more ...
The Article, 4 March 2021
London-CityscapeProgressive investing 
My contribution to Aftershock, Policy Network's series on the pandemic. Progressives have much to learn from ethical or 'ESG' investors. more ...
Policy Network, 1 October 2020
Labour has been found wanting
There is a vacuum at the centre of our national politics, which Labour should be filling. It is not. more ...
Progress, 27 June 2016
Financial-crisis-headlineCredibility Now
Neither a return to pre-crash business as usual nor a politics of anti-austerity will restore Labour’s economic credibility. I outline a new economic framework to meet the challenges of our time. more ...
Fabian Society, January 2016
Car-factoryLabour's challenge is to propose a genuine alternative
My initial reaction to the government's Autumn Statement on government finances and spending. more ...
Progress, 25 November 2015
Credibility Deficit front coveOne lesson for Labour
The first Conservative budget since 1996 illustrated one lesson for Labour: how important it is to establish and maintain economic credibility. more ...
Progress, 10 July 2015
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