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Read the 20 Miles More letter here.
Financial Times – The leaving-out of Liverpool is wrong
The Telegraph – Extend HS2 to Liverpool, campaigners say
Video Interview for Bay TV Liverpool – 20 Miles More campaign demands Liverpool link for HS2
The Business Desk – Liverpool pushes for HS2 link
Fresh Business Thinking – HS2 in Liverpool
The Liverpool Confidential – Liverpool link to HS2 demanded in new campaign
Insider Media Limited – ‘Overwhelming’ case to take HS2 to Liverpool
To find out more about the campaign, please visit 20milesmore.com
The Government has today published the UK’s first ever Community Energy Strategy. ResPublica welcomes the move, which has the potential to dramatically scale up community energy across the UK.
In a video interview with Investment Week, Phillip Blond calls for tax breaks given to ISAs and pensions to be scrapped.
Caroline Julian on why the government should do more to help communities, local authorities and businesses not only produce but supply their own power, in the New Statesman.
Press coverage of Phillip Blond speaking at the Reform Alliance Conference in Dublin.
Phillip Blond, Director of ResPublica, speaks at the Reform Alliance Conference in Dublin.
ResPublica’s Phillip Blond speaks at the Reform Alliance conference in Dublin, Ireland.
Compass publishes Baroness Lister’s essay from ResPublica’s ‘The Virtue of Enterprise’.
Essays from ResPublica’s latest ‘The Virtue of Enterprise’ are now available on the Guardian website.
Caroline Julian and James Noyes write for Crucible.
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