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14th February 2003

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2003 – Issue 1

Editorial A number of previously unpublished pieces have recently come to light. In this issue we publish Christopher Downs’s paper on pensions, written four years ago but as relevant now Read More

14th November 2002

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2002 – Issue 3

Editorial This issue contains the Citizen’s Income Trust’s response to the Labour Party’s National Policy Forum’s consultation document A Modern Welfare State. The consultation document is important because it is Read More

14th July 2002

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2002 – Issue 2

Editorial The definition of a Citizen’s Income Inside the front cover of Bulletin no.7 (Spring 1988) we find the following definition: “A Basic Income Scheme would phase out as many Read More

14th February 2002

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2002 – Issue 1

Editorial Housing costs Discussion on the reform of benefits and taxation frequently avoids the issue of housing benefit. This should not surprise us, as there can be no more complex Read More

14th November 2001

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2001 – Issue 3

Editorial: Time for a debate Some things do not change when governments change, and during the past few years we have seen some consistent themes in relation to income maintenance Read More

14th July 2001

Citizen’s Income Newsletter 2001 – Issue 2

Editorial The world is changing. In an article titled “Whatever happens, the process will be painful” (The Guardian, Monday 2nd July 2001), Larry Elliott discusses whether or not we should Read More

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