A Fair Economy
The impact of the Government’s austerity agenda has been felt most acutely by the most vulnerable while those who caused the economic crisis continue to profit unhindered.
This project will analyse the impact of the economic crisis and the austerity agenda and will look at how the economy can be rebalanced towards the interests of working people and away from those of the banking sector and big business.
- Mervyn King’s rosy recovery prediction means little for a shattered nation
- The case for a Land Value Tax
- A budget speech of a chancellor who is trapped
- The scale of the Coalition government’s ambition
- Britain’s economic model is deeply flawed, but the government is doing nothing
- Blacklisting: the scandal continues
- To achieve recovery we need a pro-active government committed to tackling inequality
- The Austerity Strategy Has Failed - March for A Future That Works
- Turning employees into ‘owners’? The falsest promise yet
- The chicanery of this week’s economics
- This is a crisis for most – but it’s still boom time for those at the top
- It’s easy to dismiss predistribution as a gimmick but what does it actually mean?
- Does inequality matter?
- Our young people deserve a secure future
- The housing crisis will not be solved by selling the homes of low-income families
- It’s time to stop kicking people at the bottom
- Inequality, the crash and the crisis: Part 1 ‘The defining issue of our times’
- How the economic crisis is being used to attack employment rights across Europe
- Now is the time for a new Tax Justice Consensus
- A think tank for working people: Class Yorkshire Launch
- A think tank for working people: Class North West Launch
- GMB Congress 2013: Why is Class such an important GMB investment?
- Scottish Labour Party Conference 2013: Resisting cuts in welfare - the case for universalism
- Class Parliamentary Launch - Why Inequality Matters
- Labour Party Conference 2012: Equality - The Real Alternative
- TUC Congress 2012: Why Inequality Matters