Larry Elliot, who took part in the event, explains the importance of the 33 Theses for an Economics Reformation proposed by economics academics and students in London last week.
Organised tax avoidance by corporations and the rich is costing the UK between £34bn/35bn & £122bn each year. The money that can be used for education, healthcare, security and redistribution. Read here
Dillow cites the creation of a proletarianized professional cadre as a political game changer in the UK Read here
Universal Basic Income is, like Helicopter Money or a Green New Deal, held in contempt by the establishment: not practical, not possible, something for the loony left. In reality it is an idea being increasingly […]