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There is no denying that the shareholder model of business needs countering, but this doesn't mean IOFs are the best remedy.
Investors in the private companies that Labour plans to nationalise are likely to seek compensation for their losses.
Research from around the world shows that UK leaders are actually better at putting their pledges into action when they win office than voters think.
The presence of an active and dynamic Green Party would be vital in helping to keep Labour on track.
Labour Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell is calling for a move towards stakeholder capitalism.
The British electorate is volatile but one party has to benefit more than the others for that to actually affect the outcome.
The Conservative Party's manifesto presents a modest £2.9 billion spending increase compared to Labour’s £82.9 billion spending programme.
A more generous pledge than last time, but how will it play out in reality?
Even if the Labour Party doesn't win in 2019, it is aiming for a longer term shift.
The manifesto is perhaps unsurprisingly dominated by the big picture, with the economic emphasis on nationalisation and climate change.
A look at the theory behind nationalising key public services, as well as what has happened in practice.
The most vulnerable people bear the brunt of an ineffective energy system that prioritises profit over the consumer.
After years on the fence, Labour now has a position on the biggest topic of the day.
The Australian Labor Party's failure to turn climate change into a winning campaign issue holds lessons for the UK Labour Party.
Adult education should never be seen as a luxury.
A political economist explains the background to Labour and the Conservatives' new commitment to spending and borrowing.
The anti-EU party will not contest constituencies the Conservatives won in 2017 in the upcoming general election. But it still hopes to take votes from both of the two biggest parties.
Nearly 60 members of parliament have said they won't run again in 2019. It's worth looking closely at who they are and why they are quitting.
There's much to be said for the campaign to reduce weekly working hours. But the ethics are more complex than often assumed.