Posts tagged with: Social contract

A Budget for the Wealthiest

All Budgets are important, but this one is especially critical: 13 years of market fundamentalist policy choices have left the UK in a state of decay, with a weak economy, […]

Should Cameron be Foreign Secretary?

Last week, Sunak faced a difficult conundrum. His hand had been forced by the ever-more-extreme Suella Braverman and, faced with internal and external pressure, he felt that he had no […]

Who is Behind the ‘Think Tanks’?

  A recently published report from the ‘think tank’ Policy Exchange sets out what they would like to see in the King’s Speech. We have rarely seen such superficial and […]

A Tale of Two Conferences

  Last week was the Conservative Party Conference, CPC23. Or perhaps there were two different conferences: The official conference, run by Sunak’s team, whose objective was to rally the party […]

Sunak or Truss – Who Shirks Better?

Liz Truss was the UK’s shortest-serving Prime Minister. Just over one year ago in the wake of her disastrous mini-Budget and seeing the state of the polls, the Conservative Party […]

Tackling the National Emergency

In a moment of candour, while he was campaigning to become Leader of the Conservative Party, Sunak admitted that the state of the UK today constitutes a national emergency. He […]

Four Years Since Launch

  The 99% Organisation came into being four years ago when the book 99% was published. Our overall objective was (and is) to end mass impoverishment by peaceful means. To […]

Set UK policy to build an Optimal State

Jeremy Heywood was Cabinet Secretary – the UK’s most senior Civil Servant – from 2012 to 2018. He was extremely open to new ideas, and alternative perspectives. The Heywood Prize […]

The Letter Andrew Bailey Should be Writing

The UK government has left management of inflation almost entirely to the Bank of England, which has a remit to keep inflation to around 2% per annum. And the Bank […]

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