The power relations of debt: care and resistance

Rethinking debt and how it is ‘cared for’ reveals its gendered, classed and racialised nature We believe there is an urgent need to conceptualise and theorise the ‘care’ of debt […]

Rethinking Recovery I

Inequality and insecurity in UK households This is the first in a series of ten SPERI Comments on the theme […]

Inequality Redux VI

The intersectional consequences of austerity This post looks at the intersections of different expressions of inequality and their interlinkages.  It […]

A Big Broken Society?

British society is broken, but it is an indifferent and disconnected elite that is really to blame ‘Broken Britain’ is […]