Author: Jon Alexander
The Co-Founder of the New Citizenship Project discusses the politics of agency and the need to reinvent democracy and move beyond meritocracy. Originally published in 2019.
In October 2008 Iceland’s three largest banks went bankrupt in the course of three days. The stock market plummeted, and as the extent of corruption became clear, trust in every aspect of the national establishment went with it. What became known as the ‘pots and pans revolution’ brewed over five months, resulting in the resignations of the government, the head of the Central Bank, and the director of the Financial Supervisory Authority. Soon there were criminal convictions for many of those involved.
Author: Naomi Smith
The former Chair of the Social Liberal Forum laments the absence of political giants in the Brexit and post-Brexit environment.
Author: Ian Kearns
The new SLF Director outlines ambitious plans for the organisation's future as a liberal 'think and do' tank.
Authors: Robert Brown and Nigel Lindsay
Robert Brown and Nigel Lindsay consider what the pandemic has revealed about our economy and society, what needs to change so we can build back better, and the big questions that now need to be addressed.
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