Who owns the wind?
As nature's greatest commons powers ever more of our economy, is it time to start asking who owns it?
Magna Carta 800th anniversary: three contrasting videos
A message to England from America's Black Lives Matter, A talk under the oldest Yew in England, and might says it is right
Digital rights and freedoms: Part 1
Under the rubric of state security on the one hand and commercial openness on the other, we are being lulled into an...
Digital rights and freedoms: Part 2
More than rights, a set of guiding principles is needed to counterpose to the reigning ideals of ‘security’,...
The law of the forest and the freedom of the streets
The forest idea is not based on centre-periphery economies and spatial hierarchies, but on equitable networks of...
Homo liber, homo idioticus
What can a document sorting out ruling class differences 800 years ago be used for? David Carpenter’s Magna Carta...
Basic Income - basic respect
Basic Income is not a panacea for our woeful economic structure but it could certainly be a big step forward.
A citizen’s income and wealth fund for the UK: Lessons from Alaska
Angela Cummine charts the growth and impact of Alaska's Permanent Fund and dividend – a unique combination of...
Basic income – transforming benefits in the era of the precariat
The time has come to seriously consider basic income - the current system of coercive sanctions and meagre benefits...