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January 30, 2015
...Greens’ plan, citizens’ income would replace many social security...low earners’ exemption from income tax. So what difference would...according to analysis by the Citizen’s Income Trust, a campaign group. Hardly...John McDermott
January 30, 2015
...social purpose”. But bankers needn’t fret. The third-biggest political party by members is proposing a citizen’s income of £71 a week to cover people’s basic needs and buy them a “sense of security”. That’s enough for a côte de...Edited by Harriet Agnew
January 28, 2015
...serious attention: the Greens' support for a "citizen's income". Chris Dillow's blog explains in good detail...policy. More commonly known as universal basic income or negative income tax, it involves an unconditional regular cash...Martin Sandbu
January 27, 2015
...Every adult would be given a “citizen’s income” of £71 a week to cover basic...the tax-free allowances in income tax and national insurance would...first pound of earned or unearned income. The Greens also propose a wealth...Barney Thompson and Chris Giles
November 3, 2014
...president sustain the achievements of his “citizen’s revolution” that have underpinned his popularity...Opec governor. “If there is less oil income it will run out of alternatives...to about $30. “What happens if oil income falls? We’ll reduce investments. It will...Andres Schipani
October 18, 2014
...not include the industry-backed Money Advice Service. The Citizen’s Advice Bureau, an independent charity, and The Pensions...The guidance is designed to raise awareness of retirement income options from April 2015, when savers will have new freedom...Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent
September 8, 2014
...200m are welcome. Plans to boost fee income would, however, buck the prevailing trend: fee income at US banks fell to $32.5bn last year...assets is worrisome. It threatens to dilute Citizen’s vanilla appeal, especially combined with...
May 19, 2014
...food, fuels and power and fund households below a certain income level through vouchers, which can be used for food, education...government arms—the judiciary and the police—which protect a citizen’s rights and best epitomize how a citizen perceives his or her...guest writer
January 29, 2014
...when the state takes half of a citizen’s earned income.” He should have no moral...bring an increase of £2,500 in income tax and, consequently, a rise...per cent to 38 per cent of total income. That’s hardly the sort of tax increase...
January 27, 2014
...When Gordon Brown increased Britain’s top rate of income tax in the dismal twilight of his premiership, it...troubling watershed when the state takes half of a citizen’s earned income. Anyone about to brush aside these objections should...By Janan Ganesh
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