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Roger Hill

Free Money – The Parasite Class

The UK has over two thousand billionaires and two million millionaires.

Some actually work, possibly getting a huge salary and perks for running large organisations. While some have their wealth tied up in the property they live in, hundreds of thousands live off the rents and profits extracted from the rest of the population, many of the latter living in dire poverty as a result.

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economics
Roger Hill

Economic Reconstruction

These are proposals I have made with suggestions from Paul Forrest. It is essential we can develop a clear Alternative Economic Strategy (AES) which can point to the direction the UK needs to take to reconstruct its collapsing economy. All suggestions, no matter how minor, are welcome.

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The UK Film Industry
Dheshrajdeep Chehal

British Film Industry – A Missed Opportunity

Since the beginning of motion picture history, Britain has made some of the greatest contributions to the industry. People like Charlie Chaplin and Alfred Hitchcock amongst many others have pioneered the techniques and styles that are so ubiquitous today.

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housing
Roger Hill

The UK Housing Crisis

The housing crisis has become much  worse in the last 40 years: the years of Thatcher, Blair and the present 12 years of Tory office.  Millions have been priced out of buying a home as wages remain stagnant and house prices rocket.

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Roger Hill

A programme for regeneration: A practical look at the UK economy for the concerned citizen – Part One

The Western world is faced with an oncoming financial melt-down. The only real argument amongst financiers and governments  is whether it will be deflationary or inflationary and it looks like the latter. 

There is little or no discussion about re-building the real economy where wealth is created. Most discussion is between financiers fighting over creamed off wealth and fought over by the finance sector.

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