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The Taxcast
Tax Justice Network's monthly podcast/radio show
Regular Show
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Dec. 19, 2019, 10:50 a.m.
This month we ask – what’s going on with our pre-school childcare and elderly care home services? We take a long hard look at the financialisation of our services and what we can do about it.

Plus: the Conservative party in the UK has won a major victory in the general elections. With major challenges for tax justice, what are the next steps for trade deal negotiations? Will Britain now become a fully fledged Singapore-on-Thames? Featuring:

Vivek Kotecha, Centre for Health and the Public Interest
Liz Pemberton, early years consultant and nursery manager for Edgbaston Park day nursery in Birmingham, UK
Immy Kaur, co-founder of Civic Square in Birmingham, UK, a network for innovative social initiatives including #radicalchildcare
Elderly residents at a care home in the Midlands, UK
John Christensen, Tax Justice Network
Produced and presented by Naomi Fowler for the Tax Justice Network

The financialisation of child and elderly care Download Program Podcast
Tax Justice Network's monthly podcast/radio show
00:35:00 1 Dec. 19, 2019
London, UK
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