The week in numbers

How much an average first-time buyer in London will spend on rent More

People, not medicine, will save the NHS

NEF part of major new project to explore social movements in health More

What does the junior doctors’ strike have to do with economics?

NEF's podcast producer and health economics expert James Shield explains More

Why we need trade unions

From our democracy to our economy, trade unions are essential for us all More

Weekly Economics Podcast: junior doctors’ strike

Breaking down the big macroeconomic issues - subscribe now for a new episode each Monday More

UK-EU renegotiation: who will really benefit?

More power to corporations, less protection for workers, consumers and the environment More

National Libraries Day: why our libraries matter

A cost-effective space for communities to learn, connect, and more More

A high-wage economy? Don’t be fooled

Some UK companies still aren't paying the legal minimum wage More

What can we win in 2016?

From more diversity to a better story about the economy, a campaigns wishlist More

Energy round-up: more inequality - less climate action?

The latest energy and climate news - subscribe now to get updates straight to your inbox More

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