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Luke is tax and inequality policy advisor at Oxfam, exploring how tax justice can fight extreme inequality. Luke has a background in campaigns, previously running grassroots campaigns, and more recently running Oxfam's campaigning at festivals, and working as part of the team that launched Oxfam's global Even It Up campaign.
Luke is interested in everything tax! He's especially interested in the race to the bottom in corporate taxation, and the vested interests keeping the current rigged global tax system in place.
The global tax system is broken. Multinational corporations are taking advantage of rigged global tax rules to avoid paying their fair share, while ordinary citizens and small businesses in rich...
Even It Up
"This resolution should not have been necessary", UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon told the 15 member states of the UN Security Council on their unanimous adoption of a resolution demanding...
Why did we campaign on Syria?
The conflict in Syria has horrified the world. It is crisis of staggering proportions, one that continues to require a massive international humanitarian...
Holly Taylor, Luke Gibson, Rachel George
I was on my bike very early this morning to join a group of Somali campaigners who are calling on Barclays to keep open the cash lifeline to Somalia.
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On 9 October, a 50,000-strong petition will be handed in to the UK government -- with signatures from festival goers from across the country asking for more aid to Syria, and for government to push...
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