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Public Address 10 December - Inequality: too big to ignore

Public Address 10 December 2014 - Inequality: too big to ignore

Adric and the Art of Asking
11:34 Dec 10, 2014 in Up Front by Emma Hart
Some of you may remember the time, five years ago, when I had to go into hospital and have the brain tumor that was blinding me removed. We called it Adric, we made jokes to cope with the fear, and…
http://publicaddress.net/up-front/adric-and-the-art-of-asking/

Inequality: Too big to ignore
8:55 Dec 10, 2014 in Speaker by Max Rashbrooke
For years now, one of the main reasons given for dismissing inequality as an issue has been about economics: you need income gaps to generate growth. Without a wide gap between rich and poor, who would have the incentive to…
http://publicaddress.net/speaker/inequality-too-big-to-ignore/

Public Address Word of the Year 2014
10:00 Dec 9, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
It’s that time again! The time, that is, when Public Address readers nominate, debate and vote for their Word of the Year. What winning word or phrase will emerge? Will it come from the hurly-burly of the weirdest general election…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/public-address-word-of-the-year-2014/

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