<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>Why the Rich are Enjoying Champagne on the Deck of the Titanic</span><h3> The system is designed by the rich, for the rich, and they refuse to recognise the need to change </h3>
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Why the Rich are Enjoying Champagne on the Deck of the Titanic

The system is designed by the rich, for the rich, and they refuse to recognise the need to change

The British Financier James Goldsmith once said it’s as if “the rich are enjoying champagne on the deck of the Titanic”. The Titanic was made famous due in part to the…

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The system is designed by the rich, for the rich, and they refuse to recognise the need to change

Are Cryptocurrencies Taking us One Step Closer to a Neoliberal Dreamland?

Decentralised currencies are being celebrated as a game-changer, but placing so much faith in the market is dangerous

Cryptocurrencies have been heralded as a gamechanger. Decentralised currencies that operate within a market rather than being controlled by central banks. They are seen as rebellious and a means to bring…

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Decentralised currencies are being celebrated as a game-changer, but placing so much faith in the market is dangerous

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?</span><h3> We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life </h3>
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We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?

We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life

In 1930 the economist John Maynard Keynes wrote Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren. He argued that continued increases in productivity would allow us to make more with less effort. In other…

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We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life