Steve Dawe (London Metropolitan): Full Employment in a Green Society. From Aeon, British society is still deeply damaged by class differences — why won't policy makers act on the evidence? Not only do multinationals avoid tax — they also help write the tax code: Jonathan Ford reviews The Great Tax Robbery: How Britain Became a Tax Haven for Fat Cats and Big Business by Richard Brooks. Baristas of the world, unite: Can a left-wing cafe fight capitalism? The new British Empire: Chris Oates on the politics of BBC's Doctor Who. Rules Britannia: As the UK makes changes to its citizenship tests, Matthew Engel argues that such hurdles are necessary. From TLS, the history lessons outlined in the draft National Curriculum are too prescriptive, Anglocentric and narrow — the only way to make the subject better, David
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