On Tuesday 29th July at the Financial Times, Sir Richard Lambert, Chair of the Banking Standards Review Council, launched ResPublica's report 'Virtuous Banking'
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ResPublica's Director, Phillip Blond, comments on how to strengthen the Social Value Act in the Guardian..
ResPublica's David Fagleman and Adam Wildman propose a new model of healthcare that embraces mutualism in Conservative Home
ResPublica's David Fagleman and Adam Wildman are featured in the Health Service Journal
Head of Research, Caroline Julian, writes for Romanian publication Energynomics
Adrian Pabst and John Milbank argue against the social and economic liberalism that has dominated post-war Britain, in favour of a more mutualist vision..
Caroline Julian on why the government should do more to help communities, local authorities and businesses not only produce but supply their own power, in the New Statesman
Caroline Julian and James Noyes write for Crucible
ResPublica's Lorena Papamanci writes for Conservative Home
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