Beyond Left and Right: Finding Consensus on Economic Inequality
In this report, we contend that theology can open up new avenues of consensus between political and social positions on issues of inequality. (2021)
In this report, Paul Bickley discusses whether the National Lottery is progressive.
To date, the Lottery has provided over £21 billion to such projects. The significant revenue created by the Lottery, both in the form of ‘good cause’ money and the 12% levied in tax, begs the questions, who plays, and who benefits? Are critics right to suggest that lower income households are funding projects which, more often than not, benefit the wealthy? In short, is the National Lottery progressive?
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