At the core of any model of universal basic services is a moral and emotional reality that cannot be underestimated
It turns out the solution to homelessness is painfully simple and blindingly obvious: give homes to homeless people.
A lack of universal or adequate benefits is a major problem
Review of the RSA’s UBOF proposal for a pathway to UBI
Instead of giving people money, why not guarantee all of the public services they need to live a full life?
Expand the boundaries of what is possible for the political conversation
It also demands more complex, more high-quality public services. A general set of services that everybody benefits from actually becomes more important when people are working in more different ways than they used to.