Commission launched to ‘rethink’ economy

By Thomas Bridge | 17 November 2016

A new commission has been launched to examine the challenges facing sustainable growth and provide practical recommendations for reform.

The two-year Commission on Economic Justice, launched by think tank IPPR, will bring together figures such as Lord Kerslake, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Trade Union Congress general secretary Frances O’Grady to examine how the country can achieve more broadly-shared prosperity.

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