When thinking about fiscal policy, you need to think about what's happening to monetary policy too. Oh, and you need to be credible of course.
Progress, 6 August 2015
The first Conservative budget since 1996 illustrated one lesson for Labour: how important it is to establish and maintain economic credibility.
Progress, 10 July 2015
An illuminating account.
Progress, 9 July 2015
The lessons of The Credibility Deficit, published in 2011, still apply. Here's how.
Fabian Society, 5 June 2015
As the contenders for the Labour leadership begin to set out their stalls, what are the economic questions they should be answering?
Policy Network, 22 May 2015
My review of a new book edited by the Archbishop of York, with a chapter by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Progress, 21 May 2015
Letter I drafted to Labour's NEC from the Oval Branch of Vauxhall Constituency Labour Party.
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In Battersea.
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