According to the Institute for Public Policy Research’s Commission on Economic Justice report called Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy, we need a “fundamental reform of the British economy on a scale comparable with the Atlee reforms of the 1940s and the Thatcher revolution of the 1980s.” Like many so-called developed economies around the world, the British economy’s no longer delivering rising earnings for most of the population, and young people today are set to be poorer than their parents. In this Taxcast Extra Naomi Fowler of TJN speaks with Grace Blakeley of the Institute for Public Policy Research on the findings of their report.
Richard Murphy – Globalisation is failing
April 11, 2022 Mathew D. Rose Austerity, Deregulation, Economics, Finance, Financial Institutions, Globalisation, Green New Deal, Inequality, National Politics, Neo-Liberalism in the EU, Privatisation, Tax 0
Richard Murphy on a number of topics concerning economics and politics in Britain, but as is often the case in political economy, much of it is applicable for most of Europe.
Yanis Varoufakis: On Europe’s austerity drive and DiEM25 – an OECD podcast
October 15, 2018 Mathew D. Rose Austerity, EU politics, Fake News, Finance, Financial Institutions, Media, National Politics, Neo-Liberalism in the EU, Privatisation, Regulation 0
One country that symbolised the crisis of the last 10 years was Greece. Its insolvency embarked the country on a long regime of bail-outs and austerity. This August, Greece officially emerged from the crisis, with […]
Steve Keen, Phil Dobbie – Time for a monetary reset?
A society riddled with debt is a society that is reluctant or unable to spend. A lot of that debt has now found its way into housing, with mortgages higher than ever. That’s money we’re […]
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