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Richard J. Murphy - Tax justice campaigner. Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City, University of London. Chartered
 Joined October 2017    www.taxresearch.org.uk
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I have already mentioned that I did an event for West Country Voices last night.  The biggest question asked was ‘what can I do?’ I have Read the full article...
I was on the panel of an event for West Country Voices last night, alongside Naomi Smith, Molly Scott Cato and Peter Jukes. During the Read the full article...
As The Guardian reports this morning: More than 30,000 jobs would be put at risk if the government were to scrap the energy bill levy Read the full article...
You could be forgiven this week for thinking that politics is a game. It is not. That is most especially the case for those in Read the full article...
THE sale of a batch of licences by the Scottish Government for additional offshore wind generation this week has resulted in some controversy. There are, of course, those who are delighted at the £700 million revenue raised. Others, like Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh in these pages and Robin MacApline elsewhere doubt whether a good deal was done. I admit to sharing doubts with Tasmina and Robin, but I...
Another day, another thread from Twitter: In an interview with the Financial Times Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves MP has pledged that a government led by Read the full article...
As the FT reports this morning: KPMG has been fined £3m by the UK accounting regulator for audit failings at collapsed alcohol retailer Conviviality, the Read the full article...
Since it seems many readers here do not use Twitter I thought it worth sharing this, which is brilliant and has apparently been watched 5 Read the full article...
You might want to take a look at this on Open Democracy,  by me this afternoon:
As I have noted previously on this blog, the Corporate Accountability Network, which I direct, is publishing a series of Audit Briefings that discuss the need for Read the full article...
I posted this thread on Twitter this morning as there is only really one story of relevance today, and that needs to be seen for Read the full article...
As the FT has noted today: The UK is exploring a radical intervention in the power market, under which the state would make payments to Read the full article...
As the Guardian noted last night: No 10 is drawing up plans to phase out England’s remaining pandemic restrictions from as early as March as Read the full article...
The FT notes this morning that: Investors that focus on the interests of wider society rather than pure profits are not “woke”, BlackRock chief executive Read the full article...
For those who only read today's posts when arriving here, might I draw attention to yesterday's post on the Tories? According to my stats this Read the full article...
The BBC has always been a part of my life. That, of course, will be the case for just about every person in the UK Read the full article...
I have posted this thread on Twitter this moning: We know that Boris Johnson’s days in Number 10 are numbered now. We can’t be sure Read the full article...
YOU have to be well over the age of 50 now to recall the time when people lived in fear of inflation. It looks as though that fear is now back again though. So, is it justified?
Just before Christmas I mentioned that I was thinking about writing a book on money and its role in funding the government. The idea appeared Read the full article...
A week ago I noted that the FT had published a letter from me criticising PWC for moaning about their recruitment problems. I suggested that Read the full article...
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