Pseudo-Public Spaces: Bad Politics, Bad Economics

We need a rebalancing of public policy to assert that public space is a utility that adds social value, not a commodity to be traded for narrowly defined private profit.

Camber Sands Inquest Needs To Deliver

Coast and beach are parts of our identity. Risks are known. But at Camber Sands it was small worldliness that characterised a tragic event.

Vital Tax Debate Has Barely Begun

The terrible attacks and tragedies in Manchester and London have raised awareness of the value and cost of key public services. There is an opportunity to build a consensus and change the narrative on public services, social good and taxation.  Our politicians need to take it.