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Renewable energy could cut energy bills – but the government must help

ResPublica's green paper, 'The Community Renewables Economy' is featured in The Guardian

Bureaucratic Consequences: Chris Grayling's Book Ban and the Failings of Policy

ResPublica's Rosie Olliver discusses the consequences behind Chris Grayling's "book ban" in the Huffington Post

Promoting cooperatives would benefit Scotland

David Fagleman discusses the role that cooperatives and mutual structures can play in shaping Scotland's future in SCVO

Crackdown on payday loans may boost black market, warns MP

ResPublica's roundtable discussion on payday lending and financial exclusion is featured in City AM

Liverpool Mayor Backs '20 Miles More' HS2 Campaign

The '20 Miles More' campaign to extend the HS2 line to Liverpool has been supported by the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson..

Catalogue debt is bigger problem than payday loans - FT

ResPublica's research into alternative finance is featured in the Financial Times

'Vital we create debt solutions in face of adversity'

Key points in ResPublica's latest green paper, 'Risk Waiver' are highlighted in Mortgage Strategy

Loosen restrictions on building societies to help SMEs

Co-operative News profiles ResPublica's latest green paper publication, 'Markets for the Many'

La politique entre impuissance et scandales

Phillip Blond is featured in LesEchos as he shares his views on the Big Society

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Markets for the Many: Banks have a responsibility to lend to deprived communities

Peter Kelly, Business Development and Marketing Director at Unity Trust Bank, calls for a Community Reinvestment Act to drive much needed investment into under-served markets to promote enterprise, jobs and social cohesion.

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