“There are choices to be made”. Richard Murphy of the the Tax Justice Network, and Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City University, joins the dots between a Britain based on social justice and an independent Scotland.
“Scotland is facing a real choice about what it wants to be. And that isn’t about a national identity … but it’s much much more important than that its about how we value each other how we organise the economy how that impacts on ordinary peoples live and a rejection of a system that has fundamentally put ordinary people second to the interests of finance….”
Probably the most significant of Phantom Power’s Journey to Yes films. Please share.