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Political Party Conferences 2016

Monday 3 October 2016

Shared Growth

Labour The Big Debate: Labour and the economy in Brexit Britain Date: Sunday 25 September 2016 Time: 17.30-19.00 Venue: ACC, Auditorium 1B (secure zone) Speakers: Chuka Umunna MP Ed Miliband MP Lisa Nandy MP Rachel Reeves MP Paul Johnson Chair: Torsten Bell Labour vs UKIP: whose industrial heartlands in Brexit Britain? Date: Tuesday 27 September 2016 … Continued

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One nation divided? The challenge for Britain beyond Brexit

Thursday 22 September 2016

Shared Growth

The recent referendum exposed huge fractures across Britain that went far deeper than voters’ attitudes towards the EU. From immigration to whether the gains from growth were reaching their community, voters’ concerns stretched well beyond the remit of our relationship with Brussels. With the task of bringing the nation together again falling upon the new … Continued

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Living longer and living differently

Thursday 8 September 2016

Shared Growth

The Intergenerational Commission’s book launch for The 100-Year Life by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott Rising life expectancy across Britain is an achievement to be celebrated. But ensuring our country is fit for the changes in how we live, not just for how long, is a challenging task that government, firms and families all struggle … Continued

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Living it up: Strengthening the real Living Wage

Wednesday 27 July 2016

Wages & Income

The National Living Wage has attracted much attention since its announcement last Summer, but that hasn’t stopped more employers signing up to the real Living Wage, which crucially is rooted in the cost of living facing families. But in this new environment, what is needed to ensure that the Living Wage campaign continues to go … Continued

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The implications of Brexit for monetary policy: Martin Weale speech

Monday 18 July 2016

Fiscal Choices

Valedictory speech by Monetary Policy Committee member Martin Weale Martin Weale, in his last speech as a member of the Monetary Policy Committee, assessed what can be learned so far about the implications for monetary policy of Britain’s referendum vote to leave the European Union. He discussed, in the light of the experience of a … Continued

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Stagnation Generation? Launch of the Intergenerational Commission

Monday 18 July 2016

Shared Growth

Britain, like all societies and families, embodies a social contract between the generations – it is how we live our lives and support each other from cradle to grave. But this contract feels increasingly under threat, with young people seeing their wages plummet and home ownership drift out of sight. Are these short term pieces … Continued

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