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The 1930's US sit-down strikes
Retirement, Recovery, Spending, Taxes, Integrity, and Accountability: Cutting and Investing in a Complex World of Irresponsibility
Deleveraging and the economic recovery
Feral Capitalism Hits the Streets
David Harvey on the London riots
London riots: does this guy nail it?
Articulate street analysis of why the riots happened.
The rise of the 'criminal-consumer'
Ocupar Wall Street by Manuel Castells
La inmoralidad del mundo financiero parece haber encontrado un contrapoder con el que no contaba: sus propios clientes
Voices from the Occupation - The City of London is the World's Greatest Money Launderer
A look at the City of London as centre of global money-laundering
Famine crimes in international Law
From Amer. Jo. of Int, Law, Vol.97
How Apple Sidesteps Billions in Taxes
Consumed by crime
'The link between the deregulation of markets and a sharp rise in rates of offending is too strong to be denied'. Article by David Wilson
Top Tory donor Michael Hintze company earns £125million but only pays £77,000 tax in Britain
His hedge fund empire CQS handles £5.5billion worth of investments around the world and pays its UK staff salaries of £111million.
Organised crime worth £560bn
UN launches campaign against illegal trade, which is worth more than six times the global aid budget and has high human cost....
Poverty and inequality not key reasons for law breaking
Crime has fallen sharply since the economy crashed. There are three likely explanations for less lawlessness: more jailing, fewer youths and lower consumption of intoxicants.....
How the British stole Zimbabwe
Interesting film on one of the great or appalling imperial thefts, with some good interview material...
Offshore secrets revealed: the shadowy side of a booming industry
A worldwide research effort in collaboration with BBC Panorama and the ICIJ reveals the people behind these anonymous companies
Five minutes with Noam Chomsky
“Europe’s policies make sense only on one assumption: that the goal is to try and undermine and unravel the welfare state.”
MP on Google tax avoidance scheme: 'I think that you do evil'
Google and Amazon came under fierce attack from MPs and tax campaigners after fresh whistleblower allegations put further strain on claims by the internet giants that their multibillion-pound UK-facing businesses should not be taxed by Revenue & Customs.
Is Marx still relevant?
A consideration of the relevance of Marx's ideas in the early 21st century might start with separating their outdated elements from those capable of development in the present...
Super-Yachts "Carroll Trust Files" Guernsey British Ships Register + Guernsey Police Fraud Scandal
The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud scandal which is now encircling 10 Downing Street and the Conservative Party has revealed that the new explosive FBI Scotland Yard prosecution files have "named" the Guernsey Police and the Guernsey Registry of British Ships in this case of international importance.
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