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The past tells us that reviving manufacturing is the best way to increase productivity, growth and living standards From John Mills

In this latest piece, John Mills argues that the only way to secure a brighter economic future from Coronavirus is by creating the conditions for manufacturers to thrive and compete, just like we did in 1932.

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Road to economic recovery means rebalancing the economy post Covid-19, says new report From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

The John Mills Institute for Prosperity has teamed up with Civitas to set out a clear plan on the UK's road to recovery after the Covid-19 crisis.

There’s only one way out: manufacturing - Caroline Flint From Rt Hon Caroline Flint (Chair)

The Chair of the Institute for Prosperity's Advisory Board, Caroline Flint, argues the need for manufacturing for Britain's economy to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

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The UK needs to rebalance and diversify its economy post Covid-19 From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

In our first report into the economic impact of coronavirus - Manufacturing a Recovery from Coronavirus - we are calling for increased investment in UK manufacturing to prevent a sharp fall in living standards over the next 10 years.

Foreword by Caroline Flint: Manufacturing a Recovery from Coronavirus From Rt Hon Caroline Flint (Chair)

Rt Hon Caroline Flint writes the foreword to our latest piece of research into the economic impact of Covid-19.

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Why manufacturing and exports will be key to our recovery From John Mills

In the face of coronavirus, we are now facing the possibility of a lost decade, with years of low or even negative growth. The government has been quick to provide emergency support to businesses through cash injections, job retention schemes, and deferred tax bills. But this will not be enough.

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“To increase prosperity, growth and equality by putting a more successful economic future at the heart of British political discourse.”