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The new politics of disadvantage

A young Labour leader argues for Britain to be rebuilt as 'one nation', a country in which each citizen is 'valued and has a stake'. Not Ed Miliband's conference speech this year, but Tony Blair on a cold December morning in Stockwell in 1997.

07/12/2012
Coverage Economy

Rethinking integration

There has been an enormous amount of academic and policy work on the integration of minority cultural communities, especially certain Muslim communities, into 'mainstream' society in the last decade. …

12/10/2012
Myriam Cherti
Publication Report Society & migration

Clean energy summit will expose more coalition divisions

The days of hugging huskies are over, but with his approval ratings at their lowest levels since he came to office and many voters unclear what he really stands for beyond austerity, now would be a good time for Cameron to rediscover his pre-election passion for the environment. It might help shore up damaging coalition splits in the process too.

23/04/2012
Coverage Housing & infrastructure

Budget 2012: The fossil fuel friendly Mr Osborne

Last week's budget was a fossil fuel friendly one. Aside from a positive mention for renewable energy and some small gestures on energy efficiency, George Osborne's statement was pro-gas and pro-oil.

27/03/2012
Housing & infrastructure Coverage

Quick fixes won't stop rip-off Britain

It is cheap to reform, could help bring down inflation, increase household income and it's a vote winner. So reforming the energy market should be a no-brainer for the government, right? Wrong.

10/02/2012
Coverage Housing & infrastructure