Articles by

Grace Blakeley

Grace Blakeley is an economic commentator at The New Statesman. She is the author of the forthcoming Stolen: How Finance Destroyed the Economy and Corrupted Our Politics from Repeater Books (2019).

Labour’s Green Revolution

Labour's plans to invest in a million green jobs can transform the very parts of Britain decimated by Thatcher's economic reforms - and begin to undo the damage of deindustrialisation.

Investing in the Future

Successive Tory governments have starved Britain of investment, leaving its infrastructure to crumble. It's time to elect a government with a bold plan to rebuild the country.

Why Socialism

Capitalism is dying — but it’s up to us to build a system that can replace it, argues Grace Blakeley.