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NEF’s 2022 reading list

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Blog NEF’s 2022 reading list A reading list of our most fascinating, interesting or insightful work from this year, for you to digest over the festive season 28 December 2022 With three prime ministers and four chancellors, this has been a busy year for NEF. We present a reading list of our most fascinating, interesting and insightful writing from 2022. From the cost of living scandal to the damaging legacy of right to buy, we hope you enjoy this selection of NEF’s work. Best interest at heartBack in February, Frank Van Lerven reflected that the cost of public debt was lower than it had been for

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NEF’s 2022 reading list

A reading list of our most fascinating, interesting or insightful work from this year, for you to digest over the festive season


With three prime ministers and four chancellors, this has been a busy year for NEF. We present a reading list of our most fascinating, interesting and insightful writing from 2022. From the cost of living scandal to the damaging legacy of right to buy, we hope you enjoy this selection of NEF’s work.

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