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Michael Roscoe examines why there are so few decent jobs at the moment.

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Michael Roscoe examines what gives money its value.

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Things are going to get worse but, argues Michael Roscoe, there are possible solutions.

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The end of growth doesn’t have to mean the end of prosperity, argues Michael Roscoe.

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Fed up with all the scandal, Ian Taplin has devised a unique way of rating the banking baddies.

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The latest from the Tax Justice Network, including: replacing the Double Irish tax dodge.

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Listen to the latest podcast from the Tax Justice Network.

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This month, Naomi Fowler explains how Western banks are facilitating financial crime...

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The latest news from the Tax Justice Network.

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This month, Naomi Fowler looks to Maine, the latest American state to clamp down on tax havens.

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Sierra Leone is a prime destination for big businesses wanting to avoid paying tax, says Joseph Stead.

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Naomi Fowler explains how the International Monetary Fund has become an unlikely advocate for tax justice...

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