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In the week that nurses were forced to strike to earn a decent wage, we've compiled eight charts that tell the real story of income and wealth inequality in the UK. 1/2
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Today @UKHouseofLords scrutinises the Financial Services & Markets Bill. Baroness Hayman, @LPNorthover, Lord Vaux & @uxbridgewalrus rightly call on government to embed the protection of the environment into the rules of our financial system. #FinanceForOurFuture
The @UKHouseofLords is currently in day one of committee stage debate on the Financial Services and Markets Bill. We await debate on the amendments concerning the insertion of a secondary statutory objective on climate and nature. Read our briefing: wwf.org.uk/sites/default/fil…
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😕Ever felt frustrated that when you talk about the facts on social justice not everyone's convinced? 👉Then you need to read this article from the latest New Economics Zine - where @funmibi_o explains the importance of framing your message. neweconomics.org/2023/01/wha…
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Yet more public sector workers voting to strike after years of real terms wage cuts. This is a clear sign that our economy isn't working for everyone. Firefighters who work hard to keep us safe shouldn't have to watch their pay shrink as prices rise.👩‍🚒🚒👨‍🚒
BREAKING 🚨 | 88% of Firefighters in England, Scotland and Wales have voted YES to strike action for fair pay.
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📈 Record #energybills 📈 Record #profits These two things aren't a coincidence. The British public is paying for an oil and gas shareholder bonanza while struggling to heat their own homes.
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This emergency care plan is just a sticking plaster that won't save our health service. If this government is serious about restoring the NHS, they need to give health workers a pay rise and fix our broken social care system. 1/3 theguardian.com/society/2023…
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The crisis in the NHS has been caused by a decade of underinvestment and is made worse by the crisis in our social care system. Right now there are 13,000 patients in hospitals that are ready to leave but cannot, due to a lack of social care provision. 2/3
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We can't fix the NHS without fixing social care. We need a universal care system now to help the NHS and ensure people get the care they need👇 3/3 neweconomics.org/2022/02/uni…
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20% of the wealth in the Rich List is comprised by people in property. 25% is held by people in finance. It's to stop asset owners hoarding wealth so that everyone has enough to get by.
CHART OF THE WEEK: We look at the tax bills of the super-rich compared to their reported worth. Among the Sunday Times Tax Rich List property and finance are the two largest and most common sources of wealth. (credit: @chrismwhayes)
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Public ownership is already hugely popular, but we need YOU to spread the message. To help, here is a short thread on 10 reasons why privatisation is bad for you 🧵 /1
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✨Have you checked out the latest issue of the New Economics Zine yet? Issue five explores all things words and stories - it's a must read for any interested in how we talk about progressive economics. neweconomics.org/2022/12/the…
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"We are very far from any limit on the UK’s borrowing capacity and the exact level on this can’t be defined by a single number." Here are seven things you need to know about government finances (and some might surprise you)💸 neweconomics.org/2023/01/how…
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"There are billions of pounds coming into the public purse which we can use to protect people against both the heatwaves and cold snaps we’ve seen this year." Why we need to spend the money from carbon taxes on insulating the UK's draughty homes🏘️ neweconomics.org/2023/01/why…
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"Stories can build and foster hope, pave the way for action, strengthen those actions and spread the word to build and create change." The latest issue of the New Economics Zine explores the power of words - read the editorial for a flavour👇 neweconomics.org/2022/12/can…
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😠New analysis from @The_TUC shows that bankers pay has risen 3x faster than nurses since 2008. Is the work bankers do 3x more valuable than the work nurses do looking after our loved ones? 1/3
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Nurses are using food banks and struggling to pay their energy bills. Our analysis last year showed that an average nurse with two kids would be £1450 short of the amount needed for a decent standard of living by 2023. 2/3
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Nurses are struggling while bankers watch their salaries grow. It's time for this government to properly tax the wealthiest people and give health workers a pay rise. 3/3
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