Austerity is subduing UK economy by more than £3,600 per household this year
New NEF analysis shows that the economy has been suppressed by almost £100bn in 2019/19 alone. Read the analysis here and read Alfie Stirling’s piece for Left Foot Forward here.
Help end the misery of debt for millions
Around eight million people are caught in a debt trap, paying out an average of a quarter of their income a month to lenders. We want a cap on all forms of household credit. Take action and email your MP
The Honda closure and the weakness in the British economy
There has been a marked failure to make the UK fit for purpose in a world of rapid emissions cuts, writes Alice Martin for New Statesman.
Green New Deal: the UK edition
The Green New Deal just keeps gathering momentum. Rebecca Willis asks, what can the UK learn from goings on across the pond? Read more
Landing the blame: overfishing in the North East Atlantic 2019
New NEF research uncovers the EU member states most responsible for setting fishing quotas above scientific advice. Read more
Weekly Economics Podcast: Public Ownership 2.0
Privatisation has failed – but what kind of public ownership should replace it? How do we bring railways, water, and energy back into public hands? Listen
Weekly Economics Podcast: What does a progressive border policy look like?
Between Windrush, deportation flights and the Immigration Bill, it can be hard at the moment to imagine that a more humane immigration policy might be possible. But we’re tackling it on the pod. Listen
The Housing Podcast: Are for-profit housing associations the future of social housing?
NEF Head of Housing Joe Beswick appeared on The Housing Podcast to discuss the financialisation of social housing. Listen