This is an important story on the potential impact of Brexit on British farmers. Agricultural subsidies may be trimmed, but they are as likely to be increased. Either way, farmers may not survive a Britain without generous subsidies – at least not whilst the rest of the EU, North America and East Asia continue to subsidise their farmers.
Amazon is set to receive around $4.6 billion in corporate welfare from the US taxpayer, reports Good Jobs First. These subsidies are used by states to entice Amazon to locate operations and investment within their […]
Almost one quarter of public sector contracts awarded in 2018 went to sole bidders. The Financial Times reports that the number of contracts awarded without competitive tender rose to 23 per cent in 2018. In 2016, […]
In our 2017 company report, we revealed that Nissan UK had received £800 million in corporate welfare from the UK government. The Nissan case shows a pattern of transnational corporations either getting the deal they […]