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NEF in the news, June 2018

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Thousands of small businesses facing closure as Network Rail sells off arches We are supporting companies based in railway arches, who are experiencing massive rent increases ahead of sale to a private investor. The campaign has been covered widely, including on Sky News. Central banks can lead in disclosure of climate risks Our letter, signed by more than 50 NGOs, appeared in The Financial Times. The letter calls for central banks to lead by example when it comes to financial transparency over the risks and implications of climate change. It’s time to end the debt trap ensnaring Britain’s poorest Hanna Wheatley wrote for HuffPost about why we need to end the low wages, precarious work, and punishingly high rents that

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Thousands of small businesses facing closure as Network Rail sells off arches
We are supporting companies based in railway arches, who are experiencing massive rent increases ahead of sale to a private investor. The campaign has been covered widely, including on Sky News.

Central banks can lead in disclosure of climate risks
Our letter, signed by more than 50 NGOs, appeared in The Financial Times. The letter calls for central banks to lead by example when it comes to financial transparency over the risks and implications of climate change.

It’s time to end the debt trap ensnaring Britain’s poorest
Hanna Wheatley wrote for HuffPost about why we need to end the low wages, precarious work, and punishingly high rents that are stopping the economy from working for people.

Unfound: these platform co-operatives are creating the tools for a worker-owned economy
The Independent covered our CabFair campaign, as part of a piece exploring the growth in platform cooperatives, which aim to create the tools for a worker-owned economy.

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