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Natalie Bennett Dec 27
Our economic system is broken - is a disaster and debt unpayable. Business as usual not an option. "Total debt levels are 320% of global GDP, an increase of around 40 per cent over the last decade."
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Natalie Bennett 10 Nov 18
Talking today with about the disaster that is & . Making abused children sources of profit has to be described as obscene example of this disastrous system
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Claire Connelly 10 Nov 17
Student debt and the rise of the sugar-daddy industry: . This is some messed-up shit. A must-watch episode.
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Renegade Inc. 27 Apr 16
Targets, targets, targets... We are failing our children for profit.
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Roy Green 6 May 17
Current economic model is broken because prioritises shareholder value over research & innovation
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Richard Coles 11 Nov 14
Man on the wireless explains the desperately poor are not being screwed by loan sharks but managing 'short term cash flow'
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Ann Pettifor 14 Nov 16
Munchau nails it: role of in global , free from political (i.e. democratic) pressure.
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Rory Hearne Apr 8
I warned of this in my 2017 Report on of housing. Increase in purchase of housing as an investment "add a significant demand for housing & thus are inflating house prices & making them less affordable for those seeking housing as a home
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Natalie Bennett 10 Nov 18
With today I'll be talking about disastrous & of care home sector - putting some of our most vulnerable citizens at risk with debt-based financial engineering. Care & profit don't go together
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Competition and Change Journal Jul 31
Another landmark paper on and its historical roots. Don’t miss out, this is now available in early view.
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Daniele Tori Nov 28
"the only way to escape the , , degradation and of our is to abolish the market itself" The Seven Deadly Sins of Marketisation in British Higher Education by
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Paul Hackett Jun 5
Another symptom of the of housing that has transformed in recent decades. When landlords make more money turning homes into mini-hotels than letting to those priced out of ownership and unable to access .
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Paul Hackett Sep 25
Great analysis by ⁦⁩. a crisis of under-supply of . Equity welcome if (i) increases supply not just cannibalise (ii) long-term hold, not short-term flip.
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Bristol Transformed Feb 28
If you can't wait for our panel on 6th April, you can come whet your appetite on Tuesday - is coming to for a public meeting on ' - what it is and what should be done about it’!
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Majid KhosraviNik 13 Sep 18
Yes, and this should become a cautionary tale for all. If it doesn’t feel right, doesn’t make sense & more importantly not fair; it is probably neoliberalism ideology disguised as objectiv statistics and numbers! University is a civic institution not a business.
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Elena Denaro 6 Jan 15
Incredibly insightful piece on and with focus on Italy: is an inspiration!
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Jesse Griffiths May 1
While investment in the real economy stalls - in both developed and developing countries - grows apace - useful graph from:
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Hanief Haider 12 Oct 18
By the time Zuma assumed the Presidency in May 2009 SA lost 1 million jobs. By the end of his 1st year another 500 000 while rest of Africa was growing on the back of high mineral prices. Why was SA economy losing jobs?Why can't we grow even in Thunamina era?
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Joel Benjamin Apr 4
.: confirms it wants to end freedom of movement? >> Social contract based on the principle free movement of capital = free movement of Labour. Why accept loss of movement, without restrictions on capital flow?!
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Martijn Boersma 12 Sep 18
"G8 operates 500 childcare centres nationally, but has lost almost $1 billion in sharemarket value in the past nine months"... early childhood education is an essential service and shouldn't be a plaything of the market
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