Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Industrial strategy and the challenge of inclusive growth

a blog post from Demos by Peter Harrison-Evans

One of the many odd features of our post-Brexit political landscape is that amongst all the shouting, rancour, and court cases, there seems to be an almost unBrexit-like consensus on its cause. Social and economic exclusion, or the feeling of being “left behind” among large swathes of the population prompted many to vote against the status quo or a representation of global progress which had not taken them with it.

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