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ResPublica today announce a new research project commencing January 2013. The wide-reaching programme of research will engage practically with partners in local government and other community intermediaries in order to map out the need for further reforms to achieve deeper, more radical forms of localism.
David Cameron’s speech has generated much the expected reaction. Domestically those on the Conservative right who hate Europe have welcomed the offer of an in/out referendum as giving them the chance to finally escape a continental union they despise, while those on the left decry Cameron for his reckless disregard of UK national interests and his betrayal of a vital pillar of social democracy.
Politics is polar – left versus right; liberal versus authoritarian; europhile versus eurosceptic. But out in the real world, and to the frequent bewilderment of the political class, most people decline to conform to the archetypes that others invent for them.
The Chancellor’s recent Autumn Statement re-asserted that there are tough times ahead, of which downgraded growth projections, ongoing austerity measures and a cut to work-related benefits are just a few indications.
ResPublica today announce a new project that will commence in 2013. The project will explore innovative ways to address current challenges in the world of banking, outlining ways to radically re-think financial sector policy and practice.
The Labour Party was founded on the needs of labour. And for most of the 20th Century the interests of waged workers and the interests of capital were held to be diametrically opposed and mutually hostile.
The Coalition Government had a long time to prepare its presentation of its Mid-Term review. It had two and a half years to the actual middle of a five year parliament.
On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in favour of one Christian complaining about UK law on freedom of religion and against three others.
It is symbolic of the last Labour government’s severe addiction to centralisation that in a few weeks the party is holding its local government conference for the first time in eight years.
The proper meaning of “revolution” is a return to a previous order. David Cameron’s campaign to transfer power and responsibility from state to society is revolutionary.
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