Fabian Society research director Luke Raikes sets out to make a progressive case for devolving public spending, raising important questions about how public money can be used more effectively to deliver policy objectives.
The report of the Fabian Society's Commission on Regional Poverty and Inequality concludes that the UK has two major regional economy challenges – ‘low growth’ outside the south east, where places lack good jobs; and ‘overheating’ in the capital, where living costs are too high.
This report sets out the lessons which can be learned from Germany on rebalancing regional growth
Our latest report identifies how progressive politicians and campaigners should communicate the benefits of tackling climate change.
Our latest briefing looks at people’s reactions to the key words politicians and campaigners use when discussing climate change.
Labour must look beyond the Red Wall and its comfort zones to win the next election, finds Fabian Society research director Luke Raikes.