Reema Patel argues that creating and renewing spaces for the cultivation of a common citizenship as well as for citizen deliberation is essential in response to the global legitimacy crisis that we are experiencing.
The recent Budget did little to address concerns about economic insecurity and Britain's low wage, low productivity economy.
The final report of the Industrial Strategy Commission is bold and ambitious - but must be complemented with a strong focus on inclusive growth.
Stephen Horscroft FRSA explores inclusive growth in Cornwall and the factors specific to the county.
Anthony Painter argues that the Taylor Review is the start of a fundamental shift in our national political priorities.
Nick Silver explores the power of finance to deliver environmental and social outcomes
People are increasingly angry as to the failure of government to listen and respond to the voices of the disempowered, argues Charlotte Alldritt.
A new kind of coalition between Westminster and our major city leaders is needed to command a majority in the country – not just the Commons, argues Charlotte Alldritt.
How can our public services be at their most effective? Does the future entail wet or dry hands?
Housing associations have a critical role to play in inclusive growth strategies, argues Jonathan Schifferes.