Given Hamon’s radical forward-thinking, it’s baffling that two of his flagship policies contradict each other so conspicuously.
As people around the world react against complex systems, simplicity is key. And a universal basic income couldn’t be simpler.
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union was a disaster. It was evident to most of us on the day the result was announced. Now, with over four months between us and that fateful referendum, the evidence of this disaster…
Freedom is a term that’s used or implied readily by politicians of all parties and ideologies. From espousers of the free market talking about “consumer choice” to populist demagogues telling their audiences to “take back control,” the underlying message is…
During Britain’s EU referendum campaign, many countries were touted as ones Britain should emulate in a post-Brexit world: Norway, Albania, Canada, Australia and many others were considered as viable alternatives to…
A truly mobile labour market would expose more people to the benefits of immigration.
The EU can hold member states’ feet to the fire on early years and adult education.
A British Investment Bank, focusing on infrastructure investment and small business lending, could act as the bedrock of a new British economy.
A European Army could allow the nations’ governments to spend less on defence while maintaining a strong national security.
A happy by-product of the recent fall in oil prices could be a rise in renewable energy use in oil exporting countries.