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Richard J. Murphy - Tax justice campaigner. Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City, University of London. Chartered
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July 19 was meant to be Freedom Day. Entirely rationally, given my age, I decided it was the exact opposite and as a result have Read the full article...
Few can now really doubt the environmental mess that our planet is in. The USA is burning, as is Siberia. Germany and the Benelux countries Read the full article...
We are living in interesting times. I mentioned yesterday that sentiment on and the understanding of money might be improving, for the better. That’s the good Read the full article...
This has the link to my column for The National today in it: 'If the royal family wants a role in Scotland it is time Read the full article...
The very clear message is that whoever else must bear the very real consequences of climate change, the royal estates need not do so.
Something strange is happening in discussion about money, debt, interest and monetary policy. I would almost say that there are signs that the debate is Read the full article...
I am livid about this: If the Queen does not like Scottish law it is time for her to go, I suggest. I develop the Read the full article...
Katherine Venice had an article in the FT yesterday. She is the founder of The Ethical Capitalism Group. Please do not stop there, despite the Read the full article...
I noted this report in the Guardian: New Zealand, Iceland, the UK, Tasmania and Ireland are the places best suited to survive a global collapse Read the full article...
The FT has reported that: Sheffield Forgemasters, one of Britain’s oldest steelmakers, is to be acquired by the UK’s Ministry of Defence for £2.5m as Read the full article...
In its eighteen or so years in existence, the tax justice movement has always campaigned for tax transparency. So, it has delivered country-by-country reporting for tax, and led the calls for that data to be made public. And it has tackled the opacity of tax havens. But, building on those successes is essential and...
In its eighteen or so years in existence, the tax justice movement has always campaigned for tax transparency. So, it has delivered country-by-country reporting for Read the full article...
On Monday I asked what it was that readers thought I should be writing about as the relatively quiet weeks of summer stretch before me. Read the full article...
The instability that the far right is creating in UK society is becoming dangerous. Last weekend saw a former nurse suggest to a cheering Trafalgar Read the full article...
This is the fourth in a series of videos on where I think tax justice should be going in 2021 to both build on and Read the full article...
It’s summer. The economy is collapsing. Covid is still rampant. The climate crisis is developing rapidly. Democracy is in peril, but what the heck? It’s Read the full article...
As the FT has reported this morning: Sir James Wates, chair of the Wates Group, one of the UK’s largest family-owned construction companies, said proposals Read the full article...
On 17 July there were 54,674 new Covid cases. There were forecasts that cases could reach well over 100,000 a day. On the basis of Read the full article...
The tax justice movement has come a long way in the eighteen years or so it has been going, but there is still a long Read the full article...
When walking this afternoon... Wild geranium, or cranesbill, in Little Downham, near Ely Always a delight.  
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