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By Philippe Legrain 4 COMMENTS

Britain and the rest of Europe are in a mess. Our economies are failing to deliver higher living standards for most people and many have lost faith in politicians’ ability to deliver a brighter future, with support for parties like UKIP soaring. Are stagnation, decline and disillusionment inevitable? Do people have to turn to the […]

Posted 25 Mar 2014 in Blog, Economics, euro, Europe, European Spring, Politics
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Svenska Dagbladet, 27 October 2013.

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Progress, 3 February 2011. A response to Jon Cruddas and Jonathan Rutherford

Posted 05 Feb 2011 in Britain, Politics, Progress, Published articles
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I participated in a roundtable debate on this issue on Next Left’s website. Read the contributions here. Tweet

Posted 01 May 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Politics
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I debate with Andrew Green of MigrationWatch on BBC Radio 4′s PM programme, yesterday, 29 April 2010. Bizarrely, Green lambasts the BBC for failing to give him airtime and then claims that his extremist anti-immigration group speaks for the majority of the British people. Listen to the clip here. Tweet

Posted 30 Apr 2010 in Britain, Immigration, Media, Politics
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Though ironically they copied the image from Italy’s Northern League. Hat tip: The Straight Choice Tweet

Posted 24 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Politics
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Writing in the FT, Chris Huhne demolishes the Tories’ scaremongering about the perils of a hung parliament: It is demonstrably wrong to argue that sound economics requires single-party government… Of the 14 countries that enjoy the top AAA rating for creditworthiness with all three rating agencies – Fitch, Moody’s, and Standard and Poor’s – 10 […]

Posted 24 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Politics
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Ken Clarke and the Tories are trying to scare people by claiming that a hung parliament would cause a crisis in the markets that could push Britain into the hands of the IMF. Yet as Cleggmania has swept Britain this week, the pound has strengthened against the euro every day, as this graph from FT.com […]

Posted 23 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Currencies, Politics
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Coalition governments are par for the course in many countries in the world – and they often work fine. Bryan Gould points out on the Guardian’s Comment is Free that they work well even in a country with a Westminster-style democracy: New Zealand. The real significance of non-majority government is the change that it brings […]

Posted 20 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, New Zealand, Politics
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Nine out of the top 10 areas for BNP votes actually have a below-average proportion of recent migrants, according to a new study by IPPR, Britain’s top think-tank for immigration research. Read the Guardian report here. Tweet

Posted 19 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Politics
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A great article by Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist, in today’s Times (and not just because he very kindly quotes Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them). As he rightly says: Immigration is an issue on which all three main British parties are on the defensive and hence illiberal. This is an emerging tragedy for a country […]

Posted 19 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Politics, United States
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Labour’s first election broadcast reminds voters how the Conservatives opposed most of the government’s anti-crisis measures. It highlights how Labour’s re-election pitch echoes the Tories’ in 1992: you might want a change, but can you trust the other lot with the economy? It worked for John Major… But will it work again this time? Tweet

Posted 12 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Politics
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On liberalism: A liberal basically believes that what you should be doing, every waking minute if you are in politics, is trying to release potential, create opportunity, remove barriers to social progress, liberate social mobility. On Labour and the Tories: Yes, Labour has “betrayed the progressive cause”, destroyed civil liberties and taken the country into […]

Posted 12 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Politics
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Posted 08 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Media, Politics
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Why is Labour staking its election campaign on defending a rise in national insurance? It will hurt the pocket of the average voter. It will cost some their job. It isn’t even a “stealth tax” any more. As for Gordon Brown’s Wayne Rooney reference to the need to support an injured economy, how on earth […]

Posted 05 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Politics, Public finances
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Posted 28 Mar 2010 in Blog, Britain, Immigration, Politics
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Oliver Kamm at The Times, a man I respect a lot, argues in his blog that banks are not a “vested interest”. But unless I have misunderstood him, I think he is being too charitable to the banks. He argues that “the banks are not some unaccountable lobby seeking to superimpose itself on the public interest: they […]

Posted 23 Mar 2010 in Blog, Britain, Finance, Politics
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Guardian, 9 March 2010. Running Britain in an age of austerity will be a thankless task – Labour might be better off without this poisoned chalice

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UK foreign secretary David Miliband has written an excellent piece in today’s Guardian about why the notion of a ‘war on terror’ is inaccurate and harmful. He argues that: The more we lump terrorist groups together and draw the battle lines as a simple binary struggle between moderates and extremists, or good and evil, the […]

Posted 15 Jan 2009 in Blog, Politics
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Posted 21 Dec 2008 in Blog, Economics, Politics