Josie Warden ponders stewardship while cycling around East and West Sussex for the Food Farming and Countryside Commission.
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Following Labour's renewed pledge to extend more rights to workers in the gig economy, Brhmie points out three stumbling blocks that political parties will need to surmount first.
The news that the new Government of Ontario has decided to scrap the basic income experiments, despite assurances to the contrary during the election campaign, is incredibly disappointing, disgraceful and, frankly, short-sight ...
Anthony Painter describes how a democratic economy - of everyone - might work.
In its response to the Taylor review, the government announced it will be consulting the public on the employment status of gig workers. How can government distinguish this consultation from previous ones by engaging with ...
The 2017 Budget is another opportunity for the Chancellor to resolve the growing hole in public finances caused by the rise in atypical work.
13th September 2017
The RSA was delighted to see the Scottish Government’s support for piloting Basic Income which was highlighted in the recently announced Programme for Government.
The growth of Britain’s ‘gig economy’ has been profound. But what exactly do we mean by the gig economy?
Brhmie Balaram offers 3 points to keep in mind as we work to ensure a level playing field for both workers and businesses while also serving the public's best interests.
The Taylor Review calls on the Government to adopt the ambition that all work should be fair and decent with scope for fulfilment and development. Matthew Taylor's full speech from the launch event.