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Tell @G20: Fix the cracks in tax

The path to global economic recovery is a tough one and on 5-6 September, Oxfam will be in St Petersburg to remind world leaders that the people who have it hardest are those trapped in poverty....

Wakefield keeps campaigning for tax justice

Tax justice campaigners regather after an intense few months of campaigning in Wakefield in  a few days- fancy joining them?  ...

Tax havens: Where profits go to hide

Tax havens are, by nature, shady. And that's not just the swaying palm trees. But intrepid activists across the world have put together short videos exposing the truth about these financial foxholes,...

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What the Budget and Finance Bill means for the IF Campaign

The core issues of the IF Campaign are Land, Aid, Tax and Transparency. From the Budget, campaigners could expect results on the latter three. By Dan Mackenzie. ...

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500 George Osbornes demand an end to world hunger

On Tuesday morning, my dad and I made our way down to London with one aim to mind; to remind George Osborne to secure 0.7% of GNP to international aid.  Along with 500 other campaigners, we...

Climate change and the other 'fiscal cliff'

If you tuned into coverage of the US election earlier this month, you'll almost certainly have heard talk about an impending 'fiscal cliff' - a term to describe the need for new legislation...

Land sold off in last decade could grow enough food to feed a billion people

An exciting new land grabs campaign was launched today across the world. The campaign, which is part of GROW, is asking the World Bank for a freeze of all large scale land deals for 6 months until...

Be Outraged: Austerity isn't working

A new Oxfam supported book, Be Outraged: Austerity isn't working, is looking at alternatives to current European austerity drive. ...

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