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NEW - learning, reading & discussion group

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STUDY: Join in with a short course - Challenging Wealth & Inequality . It's part of Futurelearn (run by the Open University), it's FREE, it takes around 2 hours per week, starting in October. 

DISCUSS: Meet in local pubs for a regular/occasional evening of discussion and learning.

INTERESTED? Sign up to Futurelearn (it’s free) and follow the course. COURSE STARTS 2 OCTOBER

Contact Mary Wardle emwardle1@aol.com to let her know you’re interested and we’ll  be in touch with a time and place to meet up locally.

** FutureLearn is a massive open online course (MOOC) learning platform founded in December 2012. It is a company launched and wholly owned by The Open University in Milton Keynes, England.

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commented 2016-09-28 18:36:45 +0100
I’ve signed on.
Talk of wealth redistribution leads to mutterings that tax is fine if “fair”.
But this is a chimera and forever unobtainable; one person’s “fairness” is another person’s “socialistic daylight robbery”.
So it comes down to “the executive” making executive decisions about where to tax and where to spend, for the maximum benefit of the whole community.
That seems to be the issue – forget “fairness”!

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