Secure and Free
Insecurity has become pervasive. It permeates the lives not just of the marginalised but also the reasonably well off.¬†In/security¬†is not simply the latest political¬†fad restricted to the chattering classes, but resonates with public attitudes.¬†With insecurity such a major problem and so widely recognised, the obvious question to ask¬†is ‚Äėwhat are the solutions?‚Äô
In¬†Secure¬†and¬†Free¬†Compass identifies 5+ ideas from across the political spectrum which provide practical, concrete steps to redress the widely¬†acknowledged problem of socio-economic insecurity¬†and start building a nation that is¬†free¬†because it is¬†secure. The 5+ ideas draw on policy suggestions¬†from¬†organisations as diverse as Bright¬†Blue, the Centre for Social Justice, Civitas, the Fabian Society, Friends of the Earth and The Good Right, plus individual commentators ranging from James Kirkup to Polly Toynbee.