Slavery strikes us as abhorrent as well as illegal, it is seen as the very essence of man’s inhumanity to man. However, not many life times ago, it was part of society; it’s familiarity making a wrong seem right by … Continue reading
Britain’s biggest banks benefited from a “too big to fail” subsidy from the taxpayer of £38bn last year, according to a leading economic thinktank, reads the Guardian on 17th December 2013. The New Economics Foundation (Nef) said the big … Continue reading
Post monetary reform, as we at PM advocate, only the publicly owned institution, the UK Monetary Creation Committee, will be allowed to issue new national money. A related matter, but one on which, as far as I know, PM does … Continue reading
Fran Boait, Positive Money’s Campaign and Operations Manager, presented the main reasons why we should care about the way money is created at the Positive Money conference ‘Modernising Money’ in January 2013. More about the ‘Modernising Money’ conference 2013 and more videos here.
The website Public Service Europe has published an article Parliament’s power is being passed to the banks, written by one of our supporters, Gary Brooks and based on Positive Money’s research summarized in the report Banking vs Democracy. PublicServiceEurope.com provides a key … Continue reading