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Labour's challenge is to propose a genuine alternative
Progress, 25 November 2015
My initial reaction to the government's Autumn Statement on government finances and spending.
One lesson for Labour
Progress, 10 July 2015
The first Conservative budget since 1996 illustrated one lesson for Labour: how important it is to establish and maintain economic credibility.
Breaking out of the lazy framing of the economy debate
Progress, 7 April 2015
Labour should not be content to debate the economy within a lazy media frame.
A Budget departed from reality
Progress, 19 March 2015
The last Budget of the Coalition assessed. The new independent economic and fiscal projections have implications for Labour too.
Prepare for a Tory tax cut
Progress, 2 March 2015
It was always likely that the Conservatives would promise a tax cut at this election...and now there is more headroom in the public finances if they still plan big spending cuts.
Welcome to OBR world
Progress, 12 December 2014
The future charted by the OBR in its forecasts contains no great transformation of the economy, but higher household debt and low pay. Do we have the vision to chart a different course?
Tory plans are simply unrealistic and political
Progress, 1 December 2014
The Conservative political strategy is becoming clearer.
Labour's bold offer on the deficit question
Progress, 11 December 2014
Ed Miliband's speech on deficit cutting; the virtual world of deficit debates; supporting aspiration.
Labour deficit cutting - the £50bn question
Where the £50bn figure comes from.
What long term plan?
Progress, 19 November 2014
The Conservatives are repeating the refrain 'long term economic plan', but there is no such plan to speak of, only a short term plan gone wrong.
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