The government adopted tax campaigners’ rhetoric at the G8, but much of the status quo is still intact

Here’s my post on the LSE Politics & Public Policy blog. The Enough Food for Everyone If campaign – successor to Make Poverty History – has succeeded in making tax haven secrecy the centrepiece issue of public debate around the G8 summit, which closed yesterday in Eniskillen. It also chalked up a genuine success, in… Continue reading The government adopted tax campaigners’ rhetoric at the G8, but much of the status quo is still intact

Tax, law and morality: the IF campaign debate

Last night’s debate at St Martin’s in the Fields church, between politicians from what we used to call the three main parties, was quite interesting. Notable that all three were well aware of what the campaign is demanding, and after a bit of work I think we managed to tease some policy differences out of… Continue reading Tax, law and morality: the IF campaign debate