The public are more concerned about the Tory Party’s relationship with big business than they are worried about Labour’s relationship with the trade unions.
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What’s wrong with simply putting people’s money to work, in a safe place, to mobilise the investment for the long-term?
Why we need a long-term plan to protect the country from climate change – and to right the wrong of the injustice it causes.
The most likely scenario in 2015 is a hung-parliament. Policymakers should be considering how they deal with that reality.
Having challenged the energy companies and Rupert Murdoch, Ed Miliband will now turn his attention to tackling concentrations of power within the state.
It is easy to produce banker bashing sound bites in bonus season. But as Ed Miliband recently showed, it is rather harder to stop rhetorical flushes damaging the value of our unintentional investment in RBS and Lloyds.
Ed Miliband’s speech shows that politicians of all stripes have had damascene conversions on their attitudes to the banking sector.
Competitor banks to shake up the system should primarily have community interests as its focus. What Miliband is signalling at today is a good first move.