Michael Jacobs, Robert Calvert Jump, Jo Michell and Frank van Lerven scrutinise the lack of cooperation between the UK government and the Bank of England, and propose a new Economic Policy Coordinating Committee to help achieve the multiple objectives towards which governments today must aim.
JAMES COLDWELL: Labour has a bold story to tell on workers' rights
SASJKIA OTTO: the poorest in our society are not just at the bottom of the pile financially. They are also short of another valuable commodity - time.
As Labour’s envoy to British business, it’s up to Jonathan Reynolds to get employers onside in the fight against low wages and sluggish growth. They’re friendlier than you might think, he tells Kate Murray
EWAN MCGAUGHEY: The big questions around common ownership in the UK remain unresolved. How should we tackle them – and where do Keir Starmer's missions fit in?
In this publication, David Lammy MP identifies the major geopolitical trends that will shape the UK's place in the world, and sets out the next Labour government’s approach to foreign policy