The fight for essentials and desirables to be provided free of charge is one as old as society itself
Sequencing matters: we must scale up our universal services before we add universal incomes if we are to prevent negative effects.
Focusing on basic services, such as housing, food, communications and transport, is, we conclude, far more effective at driving down the cost of living than spending the same money on existing services, or on redistribution.
The Case for Universal Basic Services - Anyone who cares about fighting for a fairer, greener and more democratic world should read this book.
In a country as wealthy as Britain, why are so many living without the basic necessities of shelter, food and internet access?
This article provides a theoretical justification for extending the delivery of public services.