The UK Energy Crisis Shows Why Privatisation Doesn’t Always Work

The Conservatives blind faith in free markets has left millions in fuel poverty

Nearly four million UK households are in fuel poverty, living in perpetual fear. Fear of putting the heating on. Fear of receiving a bill they can’t afford. And this is before…

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The Conservatives blind faith in free markets has left millions in fuel poverty

COP Talks are a Waste of Time Without Regulation of Markets

Regulation of markets could lead to transformative change

Every COP meeting on climate change seems to be a tragic repeat no one wants to watch. The initial hope that this time will be different ends with disappointment. Since COP26…

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Regulation of markets could lead to transformative change

Why Economists Preaching the Gospel of Growth is Leading to Social Collapse

Economic growth has become an unquestioned truth

The saying money makes the world go round, isn’t quite true. Behind the money are economists, who are some of the most influential people in modern society. They’re so influential because…

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Economic growth has become an unquestioned truth

Are Cryptocurrencies Taking us One Step Closer to a Neoliberal Dreamland?

Decentralised currencies are being celebrated as a game-changer, but placing so much faith in the market is dangerous

Cryptocurrencies have been heralded as a gamechanger. Decentralised currencies that operate within a market rather than being controlled by central banks. They are seen as rebellious and a means to bring…

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Decentralised currencies are being celebrated as a game-changer, but placing so much faith in the market is dangerous