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Why tax is a feminist issue

In Ann Mumford’s chapter for the Fabian pamphlet Tax for our Times, she makes a strong case for interrogating the implicit gender bias of the tax system and discarding the idea that tax policy can be gender neutral. “Every aspect...

The migrant crisis: how many more must die?

The image of a young, lifeless, Syrian boy – now named as Aylan Kurdi – lying face down on the beach, his death the result of his family’s desperate attempt to reach Greece by boat, has thrown into sharp relief...

How much power will London's new Mayor actually have?

The long, hot summer of hustings is drawing to a close, and we’ll soon know which of the prospective mayoral candidates Londoners will have to pick from come May. Housing, transport and inequality have dominated the debate – but what powers...

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