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Ten years on from the Great Financial Crash, millions feel no further forward. Because they’re not. We’re mired in the worst squeeze on living standards since the days of Dickens. And now this crippling, seemingly endless malaise, has provoked the worst crisis of cooperation for a generation; we are divided between rich and poor, between young and old, and now with our closest neighbours with the vote for Brexit.
I thought you might be interested in the following pamphlet following my Policy Network speech earlier this month on 'Reclaiming Idealism: Entrepreneurial Socialism and the Case for a new Clause IV'.