Tag Archives: Working class

Austerity cuts and their impact

In 2010, the Conservative-led government, under David Cameron, introduced a new “long term economic plan”, commonly known as austerity, to reduce the national debt by cutting government spending. This post looks at some of the cuts that have been made, their impact, and whether Theresa May is continuing with the Cameron budget plans.

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System failure: power, profit, and tax avoidance

In the previous two posts we’ve seen May’s bold vision to lead a government that pro-actively intervenes in the economy to prioritise the interests of working class people and tackle inequality. This post looks at some specific areas where the economic system is failing and what plans Theresa May has to improve things.

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Theresa May: church, state, and party

Who is Theresa May and what does she stand for? Does she represent a break from the Cameron government or a continuation of it? Can she reduce inequality in society?

This post looks at May’s background, experience, and influences, her pledge to tackle inequality, and comparisons with David Cameron.

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