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The Risk of Brexit
Author: Roger Liddle
Date:05 November 2015
Roger Liddle assesses the impact of a series of miscalculated gambles that leaves Britain teetering on the edge of an exit from the European Union
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What would 'out' look like?
Author: Pat McFadden & Andy Tarrant
Date:04 November 2015
A report rigorously examining four of the most widely canvassed alternatives to the UK's EU membership
The Predistribution Agenda
Author: Claudia Chwalisz & Patrick Diamond
Date:29 October 2015
In a new Policy Network book, Claudia Chwalisz and Patrick Diamond have edited a variety of essays on the subject of predistribution, with examinations of the key debates surrounding the emergence and development of predistributive thought
Can Labour Win?
Author: Patrick Diamond & Giles Radice
Date:09 September 2015
A major new report charting the reasons behind Labour's 2015 general election defeat and how it can win in 2020
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Britain’s cosmopolitan future
Author: Jeremy Cliffe
Date:14 May 2015
A new Policy Network paper on the big-picture demographic, social and economic changes that influenced the British election of 2015 and that will shape the elections of 2020, 2025 and beyond
Mission-Oriented Finance for Innovation
Author: Mariana Mazzucato & Caetano C. R. Penna
Date:09 March 2015
What kinds of visionary fiscal policies are needed to help promote 'smart' innovation-led, inclusive and sustainable growth?
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Mutual endeavour
Author: Patrick Diamond, Frank Field & Jonathan Todd
Date:17 February 2015
Labour should support an increase in national insurance contributions allocated to a new fund for the NHS and reconfigure the NHS contributory base along progressive lines
The Risk of Brexit
Author: Roger Liddle
Date:15 January 2015
This book charts how recent political developments have changed the debate surrounding Britain’s membership of the European Union and poses a series of questions about how this debate will unfold over the course of the coming months and years.
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In search of public approval
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:18 December 2014
This paper considers the seriousness of European economic and monetary union 'legitimacy problem'
A new Labour majority
Author: Patrick Diamond
Date:22 November 2014
The aftermath of the Scottish referendum and the growing threat posed by UKIP shows that Labour can no longer rely on increasing its share of parliamentary seats in its so-called ‘northern and Celtic heartlands’. The party cannot construct an electoral majority appealing only to those hardest hit since the crisis. Labour’s challenge now is an existential one: it must demonstrate that British social democracy can achieve reforms in the name of a more equal and just society without higher public spending.

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