The weird but real phenomenon of negative interest rates
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We need a way of improving the supply, affordability and quality of new housing. The question is whether loosening the Green Belt is going to achieve that.
The Prime Minister also promises “the toughest possible welfare controls on people coming from the EU”.
A series of one-minute films about Homes, Jobs and Savings.
Three of his priorities are jobs, housing and retirement. Our three are homes, jobs and savings.
2014 was a record-breaking year. Now we’re pushing further to ensure over 50s get the support they need to get back into work.
From a northern Sovereign Wealth Fund to reforming Stamp Duty, George Osborne has apparently been reading our submission.
The big economic story of our times is one of a cascade of economic and social distortions that have pushed up property prices, damaged productivity… and enriched those who haven’t earned it
Technological progress should encourage us to build smarter and faster, not necessarily bigger
Affordability isn’t just a matter of property prices. Young people also need to earn enough to pay rent, save for a deposit and then keep up with mortgage payments.
America is still the richest of the big economies, but for ordinary Americans on stagnant wages that’s not much comfort
Much of it is far from green.
The free market right could and should be leading the charge against the subversion of the capitalist system.
The French have just abandoned plans to pursue this disastrous policy – so why are Labour so keen on it?
Labour are not addressing the obstacles to increasing the housing supply.