Britain’s Trade and Aid Policies After Brexit – Neo-liberalism Goes Mad

By Mark Curtis Published in the Huffington Post, 6 December 2016 A picture is emerging of likely British trade and aid policies towards developing countries after Brexit. That picture is just as disturbing as two other likely consequences of Brexit

Africa’s Massive Revenue Losses From Tax Incentives

Huffington Post, 5 August 2016 For over 30 years, Western countries such as the US and UK, and international bodies like the World Bank and IMF, have told African governments to cut their tax rates to attract foreign investment. The

The New Colonialism: Britain’s Scramble for Africa’s Mineral and Energy Resources

Report for War on Want (July 2016) This report reveals the degree to which British companies now control Africa’s key mineral resources. It reviews the operations of all the companies listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) that have mining

London Stock Exchange complicit in global tax secrecy

12 May 2016 This research, undertaken for Global Justice Now, is reported in the Guardian here. New research shows that 389 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange are incorporated in tax havens controlled by the UK government. The largest