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Doctors and nurses are leaving the NHS in droves. Many of those remaining have no option but to strike as inflation eats away at their wages. Politicians say there's no money to pay them more. We say tax the super rich to help save our NHS.
Nurses will go out on strike in March as thousands of them are having to use food banks because their pay isn’t good enough.
Doctors and paramedics are also going on strike. The NHS is facing one of its worst winter crises ever.
Ministers have repeatedly said that there’s no money available to protect NHS workers’ wages. This isn’t true, and every week we're out there in the media saying so.
Taxing the super rich could help save our public services
The UK is a wealthy country, home to some of the world’s richest people.
Our analysis suggests that £37 billion a year extra could be raised by taxing the super rich. This research was reported across the media and brought up in parliament.
In the budget coming up in March Jeremy Hunt and Rishi Sunak could take action. They need to feel the pressure that there is an alternative to doing nothing.
Here’s how we can tax the super rich
At Tax Justice UK we are making the case that there is an alternative.
We're getting on TV, radio and in newspapers with our allies arguing that the government could be taxing the super-rich and wealthy companies more.
We're working with friendly MPs to push this in the halls of Westminster.
We're keeping taxing the super rich at the top of the news agenda.
We're changing political minds – making taxing the super rich a possibility in Westminster. We’ve done this before. We can do it again.
But we need your help to keep pushing.
Your donation will:
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.
We need to raise £20,000 by the budget on 15 March to keep fighting for wealth taxes to help save the NHS.
Will you join us?