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Bryn Jones says Sunak’s cunning plans - and Labour’s timid alternative - are no 1945 moment
Don Flynn sees a form of state capitalism emerging requiring robust democratic responses
Planning, investing in carers and international cooperation are vital but lacking in this crisis, says Hugh Gault
The UK, in common with the rest of Europe, has swung sharply in the direction of state capitalism. Don Flynn argues that Labour has to push hard to ensure that full employment, a cooperative model for business and a strong voice for workers and communities becomes the direction of travel
Dennis Leech sees the partial ditching of austerity as the sign of a new type of Tory government and an indication Labour needs to change tack
Paul Nowak on the challenges facing Labour and the unions with a new economic recovery plan In its 150th year, the TUC faces some immediate...