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Coronavirus: It’s not the Economy vs Public Health

This is a guest article by two of the UK’s leading public health researchers, Nisreen A Alwan, Associate Professor in Public Health and Nida Ziauddeen, Senior Research Assistant in Public Health, […]

Fixing the Deal

Most millennials believe that the baby-boomer generation had it easy, and that unless something changes, their own life chances will be much less rosy than their parents’. Not everyone is […]

Who are the high-value people?

The distribution of income in society is controlled by a natural law, [which] if it worked without friction, would give to every agent of production the amount of wealth [added […]

Interview with Mark E Thomas

The 99% Organisation’s London Group Chair, Paul Bradford, took time out to pose a few challenging questions to Mark. Here are his questions, and Mark’s answers.   PB: We are […]

Are We All In It Together?

On 20 March, the UK government announced an unprecedented package of support during the coronavirus lockdown. More or less simultaneously, the US announced a $1 trillion support package. The packages […]

How Well is Lockdown Working?

We recently (15 April, 2020) wrote an article suggesting that the UK lockdown was working – although there were serious gaps in the government’s lockdown strategy – but that it […]

Making the Profit Motive a Force for Good

We recently wrote about the need to fix our current form of capitalism by creating clean, competitive markets. One of the key points in that article was the need to […]

The Coronavirus Animation

One of our most popular articles is this one explaining the dynamics of the virus in non-mathematical terms. Now we have gone one better with this animation. Click here to […]

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