Paul Myners

Building inclusive capitalism

Jonathan Todd  |  9 July 2014

The challenge of our age, wrote Chuka Umunna in the June edition of Progress, is to generate growth that is sustainable over the long term, balanced across sectors and regions, and inclusive so that all can benefit. This is not capitalism red in tooth and claw. Indeed, it recalls the definition of socialism offered by …

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The Co-op pays a high price

Meg Hillier MP  |  10 April 2014

Reform must maintain cooperative principles — Even for a seasoned cooperator it can be difficult to have faith that the Co-operative Group can survive its latest setback – another £400m black hole in the Co-operative Bank books revealed last month. With 70 per cent of the bank now owned by hedge funds, the chief executive …

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