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7 July 2021
The late Terry Fields was Labour MP for Broadgreen in Liverpool, and a supporter of Militant, the forerunner of the Socialist Party.
16 June 2021
We need affordable, publicly owned public transport: In Birmingham a new tax has been forced on the city that will hit the poorest hardest, takes no account of income or ability to pay, and which is causing growing anger among the community
9 June 2021
Ahead of the G7 summit, the media brought news of a 'historic' plan to impose a global minimum tax rate on large companies
19 May 2021
Thousands of workers have been recruited by firms which have been found to be using mini umbrella companies (MUCs) to avoid tax
12 May 2021
In the first in our series looking at the policies of US Democratic President Joe Biden, Robin Clapp analyses the various economic and social stimulus packages Biden has announced since he was first elected.
5 May 2021
A mass movement, initiated by Colombia's trade unions, has forced right-wing president Ivan Duque to withdraw his tax legislation that would have placed increased financial burdens on the country's poorest citizens.
14 April 2021
Global media company Forbes recently published its 'World's Billionaires List'. When compared with Unicef's prediction that 140 million children will fall below the poverty line as a result of the
31 March 2021
Eight new freeports in England covering Felixstowe and Harwich, East Midlands Airport, Humber, Liverpool City Region, Plymouth, Solent, Thames and Teesside, each potentially up to 27 miles across, were launched in Sunak's latest budget
10 March 2021
Who will pay for the pandemic spending - the working class or the billionaires?
10 March 2021
The Tories are introducing 'super-deduction' for the next two years before corporation tax marginally rises
5 March 2021
Sunak's 2021 budget was a budget for the bosses. The working class has no alternative but to organise and fight back.
3 March 2021
A social tsunami threatens Britain. Two million workers are already on the dole and five million more on furlough, facing an uncertain future when the scheme ends. But the Tories are intent on bailing out the rich.
24 February 2021
Trade unions must fight for lives and livelihoods
Johnson's 'cautious' road map to reopen society from lockdown in England - after over 120,000 Covid deaths and a massive hit to incomes - won't lead to the needed restoration and improvement in living standards.
13 January 2021
Within the first three days of 2021, the already super-rich bosses of the 'FTSE 100' companies earned more than an average worker's annual salary.
9 December 2020
£320 billion is lost annually to corporate tax abuse and private tax evasion, the equivalent of nearly 34 million nurses' salaries, according to the Tax Justice Network.
30 September 2020
A self-declared dollar billionaire US president pays $750 in federal income tax a year, whereas the average US worker pays $8,196 a year in income taxes. Who says capitalism is unfair?
2 September 2020
Even before Covid-19, poorer secondary school students were the equivalent of 18 months' learning behind better-off students
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