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UK’s corporate tax deals put ideology before financial necessity


Clare Speak: The allowance of corporate tax avoidance, like austerity, is a political choice made willingly by the UK government

WOUNDED, BELGIUM MUST RISE TO THE CHALLENGE

WOUNDED, BELGIUM MUST RISE TO THE CHALLENGE


Tewfik Sahih: Our questions must simultaneously take on board the democratic, socio-economic and religious aspects

Turkey doesn't want to join Europe – it wants to undermine it

Turkey doesn’t want to join Europe – it wants to undermine it


Farhad Mirza: The EU’s appeasement policy towards Turkey’s ruling party is a betrayal of its own values

Investing in the care economy: a gender equitable alternative to austerity

Investing in the care economy: a gender equitable alternative to austerity


Investment in the care sector yields returns to the economy and society well into the future in the form of a better educated, healthier and better cared for population.

Lead in Flint water, mold in Detroit schools: an anatomy of a free market disaster

Lead in Flint water, mold in Detroit schools: an anatomy of a free market disaster


David Bacon: Detroit and Flint have been used as a laboratory for market-based policies and the most extreme forms of austerity

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The long fight for the recognition of sex work


Between the fight against penalisation and the drive to organise, the movement to protect sex workers’ rights remains strong

Wildcat teachers' strike reveals broader frustrations in Palestinian society

Wildcat teachers’ strike reveals broader frustrations in Palestinian society


Can teachers’ defiance and victory signal other movements ahead?

Are employers doing enough to fight the causes of cancer at work?

Are employers doing enough to fight the causes of cancer at work?


The "ignored epidemic" - cancer from hazardous substances at work; campaigners say more must be done to restrict use and raise awareness

Nuit Debout, in Paris and Beyond, “Something is happening”

Nuit Debout, in Paris and Beyond, “Something is happening”


What distinguishes the ever-growing Nuit Debout movement in France from the Indignados and Occupy Wall Street?

TRIBES TRAMPLED BY MINING IN CENTRAL INDIA

TRIBES TRAMPLED BY MINING IN CENTRAL INDIA


Chhattisgarh, rich in mineral resources, is becoming the focus of public and private investors indifferent to tribal land rights