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What next for Brexit?

There was a time not long ago when the British stand on Brexit, reflected in both the Labour and Conservative general election manifestos, seemed fairly straightforward. The UK would leave the single market, withdraw from the European Economic Area (EEA),...

A new policy agenda

There is little doubt that Fabian Society members voted overwhelmingly for Remain rather than Leave in the recent EU referendum. Leave won, however, because of huge discontent among Labour voters who were not convinced that the EU was good for...

Rebalancing the economy

The forthcoming EU referendum has turned out to be a major distraction from where our real economic problems lie. Some of the reasons why our economy is slowing have to do with the world economic situation – banking and credit...

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