Transnational companies with billions in sales often pay lower taxes than their employees. A study presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos now shows: The EU member states lose 170 billion euros annually through...
A federal state in eastern Austria has become a role model for Europe: Burgenland covers its entire electricity demand by using renewable energy sources. Furthermore, it produces so much electricity to provide other regions with...
Due to high rental prices in cities like London, Paris and Munich, employees and families can no longer afford to live there. Many flats and houses are empty while at the same time rents and...
Living in large cities is difficult to afford, even up to middle class. While rents in Europe's metropolises are exploding, the Vienna city government is now laying down strict guidelines for investors and putting real...
Emmanuel Macron and the French government are facing the biggest strikes in the history of France. The triggers were drastic pension cuts and the plan to bring pensions onto the financial market. Now, the Prime...
In Amsterdam, you will not find "No advertising please" stickers on the mailboxes, but ones that say, "Advertising please". In the capital of the Netherlands, advertising may only be placed in the mailbox if you...
After months of political blockade Spain has a government. Pedro Sanchez is heading a coalition government made up of his Socialist Workers' Party and the Left Party Unidas Podemos. The centre-left government wants to raise...
Finland's new prime minister caused enthusiasm in the country: Sanna Marin (34) is the youngest female head of government worldwide. She leads a centre-left coalition in which all 5 government parties have women at the...
The EU Commission wanted to offer the public insight into companies’ tax reports. The idea: Not only tax offices, but you and me as well should know about companies’ economic activities and tax obligations in...
original source Laura Pidcock discusses what it means to be working class, and why the establishment is so afraid of class politics. For many years, starting with the Thatcher governments but continuing through the New Labour years,...