Crickhowell’s tax plan: an example of ‘people power’ raising awareness of injustice and HMRC’s failures

Posted Posted in Economics, Finance, Government, Local economies, People power, Politics, Protest

Crickhowell has an independent high street with very few of the trading names which now dominate look-alike urban and suburban commercial centres. The town made news earlier this year after offering shares to residents at £50 each to buy their Grade II listed Corn Exchange pub from Punch Taverns to avoid it being used as a convenience store by one of […]

Turn the economy round: release funding for real projects

Posted Posted in Bank of England, Banks, Economics, Economy, Employment, Finance, Government, Low carbon, Manufacturing, Planning, Politics, Renewable energy, Transition

. Richard Murphy for Tax Research UK advocates positive action by government . Points made in January are just as relevant today 30% of all government debt is owned by the Bank of England – which is government owned – so debt is not as high as the Tories claim and the need for debt reduction not as pressing as […]