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Global competition and regional growth
This collection of memos sets out ideas on how education and learning can shape the distribution of pre-tax incomes in a more regionally balanced and socially just way.
Britain and the Drama of EU Integration
In his new book launched today, Policy Network chairman Roger Liddle
critically explores Britain’s chequered history with Europe and the
critical choices that burden past, present and future governments.
Nigel Farage, like others of his ilk all around continental Europe, should be seen not just as force to be reckoned with, an opponent to defeat, but as a canary in a coal mine - By Tim Bale
Political economy after the Crash
There has long been consensus about Britain's economic fragility in the wake of the financial crisis; but there is much less agreement on what needs to be done to put the economy on a broader footing.
A new Policy Network and Barrow Cadbury Trust project
Policy Network and the Barrow Cadbury Trust today launch a major 2 year programme of investigation into ‘Understanding the Populist Signal’.
In a flatter world the state and the party still matter – but more as capacity builders and platform providers.
The establishment spends much more energy fighting for
control of a sinking ship than imagining the design of new political
Mainstream politicians tempted to trim their sails to a populist wind
should take caution – populist appetites
grow with feeding.
May’s European elections and the change of Commission might grab the
headlines in 2014, but the course for the EU’s future will be set
Astute and important writings which have relevance for social democratic renewal.
Essays and critical thinking on some of the key political and ideological challenges for 21st Century social democracy.
Policy Network's international political observers report on centre-left politics across the world.
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