Lord Adonis, Progress AGM, London, England

Better growth, fairer chances: the case for sub-regional economic development

This article, written by Andrew Adonis and John Healey MP, originally appeared as part of the Compass pamphlet Finding our Voice: Making the 21st Century State....

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Lord Adonis, Progress AGM, London, England

Better growth, fairer chances: the case for sub-regional economic development

This article, written by Andrew Adonis and John Healey MP, originally appeared as part of the Compass pamphlet Finding our Voice: Making the 21st Century State. Better growth, fairer chances: the case for sub-regional economic development Britain needs a new kind of economy: more investment, more innovation, better jobs and more equal chances. This economy can only be built if our great cities and counties are active partners, not bystanders, in...

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Mr Osborne’s Economic Experiment – Book Review

This book review originally appeared in the Observer on 01/03/2015. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images None of today’s economic commentators has more experience than the Observer’s long-standing columnist William Keegan, and he brings this experience brilliantly to bear in Mr Osborne’s Economic Experiment, a demolition of the argument that austerity economics were required in 2010 because Britain was “broke”. Keegan makes his case not only by comparing Britain with its G7 counterparts, all of whom...

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City villages: More homes, better communities

City villages: more homes, better communities, edited by Andrew Adonis and Bill Davies was published on 24/03/2015 by IPPR. You can download a copy of the essays here. Britain faces its greatest housing crisis since the aftermath of the second world war. Then, the private sector, proactive local authorities and central government combined to meet the demand. Today, we need a powerful new reforming zeal, promoting new and better models of...

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