Wednesday’s budget in some ways typifies the tensions between corporate welfare and social welfare. Tax credits are a good example of a provision that falls into the categories of both corporate welfare (in that they act as a wage subsidy for […]
An interesting blog on the tax contributions written by Geoff and J. Gay Meeks made by the banking industry. It follows in the wake of corruption in the banking industry after the massive bailouts (e.g. with regard to libor rate fixing […]
Direct aid, subsidies, tax breaks – the hidden welfare budget we don’t debate 07/07/15 10:51 Aditya Chakrabortty writes in the Guardian: “The term “corporate welfare” may sound unfamiliar to some. In the Westminster thesaurus, welfare appears […]
Corporate welfare: the £93bn handshake 07/07/15 10:53 The Guardian”s front page lead today is based on a recent report written by Kevin Farnsworth.