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Coverage NEF in the news, July Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation 09 July 2020 The chancellor’s economic statement on the UK’s post-pandemic recovery Miatta Fahnbulleh appeared on BBC News, Sky News, BBC 2 Politics Live and BBC Radio 4 to talk about the mini-Budget and lay out what the government should do to protect and create jobs in its recovery plans.  A green stimulus for Covid-19NEF’s report on tackling the unemployment crisis with green investment was covered in the Guardian, mentioned in Guardian analysis of the mini-Budget, the Metro Business Briefing and the Sun. Rishi Sunak to create thousands of ​‘green jobs’ in new £3bn

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NEF in the news, July

Media coverage of the New Economics Foundation


The chancellor’s economic statement on the UK’s post-pandemic recovery 
Miatta Fahnbulleh appeared on BBC News, Sky NewsBBC 2 Politics Live and BBC Radio 4 to talk about the mini-Budget and lay out what the government should do to protect and create jobs in its recovery plans. 

A green stimulus for Covid-19
NEF’s report on tackling the unemployment crisis with green investment was covered in the Guardian, mentioned in Guardian analysis of the mini-Budget, the Metro Business Briefing and the Sun.

Rishi Sunak to create thousands of green jobs’ in new £3bn economic package
New research on a green housing retrofitting was covered in the Daily Mirror

Plea for carers’ pay boost as Chancellor prepares for coronavirus mini-Budget
Research with the Living Wage Foundation showing more than 5 million people — including 1.3 million key workers — are paid less than the Real Living Wage was mentioned in the Daily Mirror. 

Easing lockdown and economics support
Miatta Fahnbulleh appeared on Sky News to talk about the easing of lockdown and economic recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.

Why the government should end punitive Universal Credit tax rates
Alfie Stirling wrote for the New Statesman about supporting the economy by easing the eye-watering tax burden faced by low earners.

Reannounced and reheated: Johnson’s new deal’ plans fall short in every way
Miatta wrote for the Guardian in response to PM Boris Johnson’s speech on a new deal’ for the UK. 

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