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The Guardian’s London blog cites ResPublica report Responsible Recovery.
The Guardian’s Local Government Network covers ResPublica’s report Responsible Recovery.
Amongst the critique, commentators have given a cautious welcome to the Chancellor’s plans to support a ‘property-owning democracy’. With home ownership for the 25-34 age group down by a third in the last ten years, measures set to encourage construction and attainable mortgages for first time buyers have been endorsed by some.
With the rumpus about forced academies and the news last week that a 27-year-old ex-deputy director of a right-wing think tank with no previous teaching experience is to become the head of a free school in London, the debate about ownership and control in our school system is likely to hot up.
FT Adviser reports on Guy Opperman MP’s ‘Making It Mutual’ essay.
One of the ironies of the government’s radical plans for localism is that they have sought to impose a narrative which champions the nation’s major cities over and above its counties and rural areas.
Your Local Guardian reports on ResPublica Director Phillip Blond’s visit to the Surrey Lane, Winstanley and York Road estates.
In July 2010, fresh from electoral success, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced at Liverpool Hope University that he wanted to build a ‘big society’.
ResPublica is pleased to announce that RenewableUK and Utiligroup will be partners for ResPublica’s forthcoming research project, ‘The Community Renewables Economy: Starting up, scaling up and spinning out”, due to commence Spring 2013.
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