The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement was a missed opportunity to provide certainty to communities, businesses and co-operatives.

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

A Labour Government will unlock the full potential of the co-operative sector.

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

Our plan for community energy.

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

Our co-operative priorities for the new Prime Minister

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

Exterior of the Scottish Parliament Building. Taken at around 2pm on New Year’s Day 2013. A city full of historic architecture and that has UNESCO World heritage status that contrasts with this post modern example of architecture by Enric Miralles who died before the building was completed in around 2004.The jutting shapes are ‘think pods’ for Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) to spend time in to reflect.
Co-operatives offer the opportunity to build a better world.

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

On Employee Ownership Day, we need action by the Scottish Government.

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.

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We should support worker buyouts with a British Marcora Law

With bills increasing, prices soaring and inflation rising, today’s Autumn Statement could have been an opportunity to address the inequalities we face in our economy. However, for communities, businesses and co-operatives across the country, the Chancellor’s promise of growth is still unclear and uncertain.