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Monthly News from the Equality Trust

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.

 

 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

june 2016

Dear ,

So – we’re leaving. The majority vote for ‘Brexit’ in the EU referendum is one of the most significant political events in many of our lifetimes, triggering such an avalanche of events that news of the Prime Minister tendering his resignation barely made the front pages.

It is impossible to predict at this early stage what the ramifications will be for UK inequality, but it is clear that the divisions in our society played a significant role in producing the result. Whether you supported Leave or Remain, we all need to redouble our efforts to ensure that whoever leads the main parties, and whoever forms the next government has inequality right at the top of their agenda. To this end the Equality Trust will continue to work tirelessly for a more just and equal country.

In spite of recent events, throughout this month we’ve continued to challenge inequality and push for measures for its reduction. Earlier in the month, we had an article in the New Statesman challenging the concept of ‘Tax Freedom Day’, a cynical wheeze that demonises the taxes that pay for public goods we all need. And our annual Wealth Tracker continues to be influential, cited in a new Fabians report calling for a one-off wealth tax on the super-rich.

We also blogged on:

 

LATEST LOCAL GROUP NEWS

The highlight in June was the annual gathering of local group representatives in London on Saturday 18th June.  And here's what happened...

KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND REPORTS

New Government data shows inequality remains stuck at a high level and 200,000 more children are in poverty.

Increased inequality could explain productivity problems, the OECD advised.

The Scottish Commission on Human Rights reported poverty and inequality in Scotland to the UN as human rights issues.

The number of British millionaire households increased by 12% in the last year.

The Fabians’ report called for the UK’s super-rich to pay a one-off wealth tax.

A new UCL study found that inequality reduces happiness on average.

Cutting benefits makes people less likely to find work, found a study by Oxford City Council and the DWP.

INEQUALITY IN THE NEWS

The UN warned that poorer children are disproportionately affected by austerity measures.

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley admitted his company had failed to pay the minimum wage to some staff.

The City of London ‘elite’ blamed inequality for Brexit.

Big investment houses warned their clients that the gulf between rich and poor could spark further anti-establishment backlash.

BEST INEQUALITY READS

Harry Smith, an academic at Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University, wrote about how our cities suffer when public spaces become private, with an example of a London playground that costs £18 per child.

In the Guardian, John Harris wrote that Brexit is about class, inequality and feeling excluded from politics.

Thank you so much for your ongoing support which helps to keep our campaign going. Regular financial support enables us to plan our work better but further one-off contributions are also most welcome. You can also support our work by forwarding this bulletin to people you know who might be interested. Thank you!

 

 

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