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The Fight for the Future of Social Care

By Dan Smith, 15 May 2021 "The use of the term ‘leaks’ implies that this is an accidental and unavoidable phenomenon, but the truth is that it masks a deliberate and concealed strategy of profit extraction and aggressive tax avoidance employed by private equity-owned...

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Privatisation of the healthcare sector will reduce quality

ACOD Lokale en Regionale Besturen (General Union of Public Services, Belgium), 5 October 2021 The following article appeared as an opinion piece in Apache, a cooperatively owned Belgian publication specialising in investigative reporting. Written by Jason Ward...

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Gov’t ‘wilfully blind’ to public sector labour hire

Denham Sadler, 27 August 2021 "Appearing before a public hearing of the committee on Monday morning, the Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability’s Dr Claire Parfitt said the organisation has found it hard to research the use of labour hire within the APS...

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Outsourced tech contracts ‘defy common sense’

Denham Sadler, 26 July 2021 "Representatives from the Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research (CICTAR) fronted a public hearing on Monday morning as part of the Senate inquiry into the current capability of the Australian Public Service....

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Long term matters: It’s corporate tax, stupid

By Raj Thamotheram "Stripped of all its complexity, the fundamental question about corporate tax is whether investors want increased profitability by avoiding tax or the alternative, which is a race to the bottom. Many investors have colluded with this race, mostly...

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