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John McDonnell's new economic plan proves once and for all that Labour isn't looking to the past for inspiration

Casper Hughes writes for the UK Independent on Labour’s plan to build community wealth. Casper Hughes highlights the work of the Democracy Collaborative as a thought leader in the community wealth building feild: 

Inspired by the doctrine of Community Wealth Building preached by US-based Ted Howard, members of the community are involved in the provision of public services, giving them a stake in how they are run and sharing the wealth that is created locally. The revolution will be de-centralised.

You can read more about it in the Uk Indepdent 

Publication date: 2018-02-13
Parent publication: The Independent
Publication URL: John McDonnell's new economic plan proves once and for all that Labour isn't looking to the past for inspiration

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