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The Inequality Economy

The Great Escape: How a City Exodus is Creating New Housing Crises in Satellite Towns

, 19 May 2022
Sam Bright and Sascha Lavin explore how the ‘Zoomtowns’ phenomenon is putting a burden on local property markets

‘We Can't Live Like This’: Universal Credit Falls Short of Cost of Living Price Hikes

, 19 May 2022
Rising energy bills, increased food costs – and yet benefits have not risen with inflation, leaving families struggling to make ends meet, Sian Norris reports

Thatcherism Revived: Johnson’s ‘Right to Buy’ Plan is a Desperate Political Ploy

, 19 May 2022
Thomas Perrett unpicks why the Conservative Party is considering rebooting the long-discredited housing policy

EXCLUSIVE Global Banks Privately Prepare for ‘Dangerous Levels’ of Imminent Civil Unrest in Western Homelands

, 17 May 2022
Nafeez Ahmed reports on contingency planners for financial institutions who believe a combination of energy and food shocks will cause major social disruption

Food Bank Britain

, 13 May 2022
Rachel Morris considers the malaise of modern Britain as the Conservatives initiate Austerity 2.0

‘Levelling-Up’ Is Dying in Johnson’s Desert of Ideas

, 12 May 2022
As the nation nears the three year mark of Johnson’s Government, it’s time to be honest about the collapse of his flagship project, says Sam Bright

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