Help us keep pushing for wealth taxes
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The wealth of the super rich just keeps growing – while a group of reckless politicians are pushing for tax cuts that would make this tiny elite even richer. This can’t go on.
Our public services are at breaking point, while most of us are being made poorer by the cost of living crisis.
We have been on TV and radio nearly every week making the case for wealth taxes on the super rich to properly support our struggling public services.
We want to see individuals taxed on their wealth over £10 million – and we want a change so that income from wealth and income from work are taxed at the same level.
In total our proposals for tax changes could raise up to £37 billion a year to rebuild our public services. We know many MPs and the media are excited by these ideas.
But we're getting pushback from those who want to defend the status quo.
As we approach the budget in March, the MPs who were behind the disastrous Liz Truss government are on the rise again.
They’ve been all over the media in recent weeks resisting calls for wealth taxes – and calling on the Chancellor to cut taxes for the rich in the March budget.
The government mustn't cave in to the demands of these backbenchers when the Budget takes place on 15 March.
After years of public services being squeezed we need more money for services like the NHS, not less.
We need your support to keep getting in the media and to persuade MPs that taxing wealth more is the fairest way to rebuild our pubic services.
We know the government listens to what the media says.
With your help we can stay in the media spotlight, demanding the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt resist tax cuts for the wealthy, and tax the super rich instead.
We need to raise £20,000 so we can keep pushing on TV and radio. The more we receive, the more we can do. Will you support us?
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With your help we can push for the taxation of the super rich – and properly fund our NHS and public services.
We know that we can win. We helped force the government to introduce a windfall tax on energy giants last spring – and forced them to u-turn on tax cuts for the rich last autumn. We can win on taxing the super rich too.
To fund our NHS and public services, we need to keep pushing on TV and radio for wealth taxes on the super rich.
The more money we raise, the more likely we are to succeed. Will you support us by making a donation?
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