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The rich man’s club and Robin Hood

Do the taxation proposals to be ratified at this weekend’s G7 meeting in Cornwall represent a Robin Hood-style redistribution from the world’s richest corporates to the poorest nations? Or are the members of the rich man’s club just rearranging the fiscal furniture to suit themselves? On the Alex Salmond Show, two radical economists, Professor Richard Murphy and former MP George Kerevan, cast a critical eye over G7 developments.

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