A link to my draft article on tax and the forgotten classes – a brief history written in letters of blood and fire.
This is the SSRN link to my 25000 word draft article on tax and the forgotten classes – a brief history written in letters of blood and fire. It covers the period from the Magna Carta to the 1850s when income tax effectively became permanent in the UK. It touches on the Magna Carta, the […]
200 local community members attended the first meeting of the ‘Inner West Council’ imposed by Mike Baird. The community sent a clear message to the administrator Richard Pearson when he was forced to leave the meeting after he claimed it had become ‘untenable’… This is local democracy, and Baird cannot take it from us.
Dutton offends every Australian migrant, AFP raids highlight the disaster that is Turnbull’s NBN and Labor’s fairness mantra endures — John Passant analyses week two of the election campaign in Independent Australia.
I am unwell again. I won’t be posting much, other than perhaps links to other articles and short comments.
The real enemy is Peter Dutton and all he represents, not asylum seekers and refugees.
This is the link to my article in socialist magazine Solidarity on the untouched billions in tax rorts for the rich.
This is the link to my analysis in Independent Australia of the first week of the election campaign. I start off by saying:
‘IT HAS NOT BEEN a good first week in the election campaign for Malcolm Turnbull and his Government.
‘The Prime Minister looks and sounds out of touch, aloof, and to use the words of Peta Credlin, comes across as “Mister Sydney Harbourside Mansion”.
‘There is a good reason for this. He is.’
To read the whole article click here. Election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull’s shaky start
Here is the link to details of the panel I am on on Tuesday at 6 pm at the University of Queensland on the Panama Papers.
The rich run society in the interest of profit—and we can’t vote them out come July, explains James Supple in socialist magazine Solidarity. He starts off by saying: ‘Elections are about deciding who runs the country, they say. But most of the power in our society is not held in parliament, and even the […]