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The 2.4 million lowest paid employees would see no benefit from an increase in NICs threshold

New analysis from the New Economics Foundation shows raising the national insurance threshold to £12,500 would have zero impact for the lowest paid 9% of employees

Weekly Economics Podcast: Algorithms of Oppression (LIVE)

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We are the Unfair Debt Group

We are campaigning for a fairer and more compassionate system

Power and accountability in the digital economy

Data and big tech companies have more and more power. As the digital economy develops, we need to put people and society at the centre.

David Cameron Says Austerity Should Have Been Deeper And Faster. The Facts Say Different

NEF CEO Miatta Fahnbulleh for Huffington Post

Weekly Economics Podcast: The Myth of Meritocracy

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Who wins when we change the tax system?

Tax changes might be high on the agenda of the next government. What effect will they have?

Johnson, Hunt and Javid’s tax proposals would increase the number of families in poverty by at least 50,000

New modelling from the NEF shows that proposed tax cuts from Tory leadership hopefuls would increase inequality

Weekly Economics Podcast: Algorithms of Oppression (Live)

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Algorithms of Oppression, 15 April

Discussion with Safiya Umoja Noble about how search engines reinforce racism

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