Monthly Archives: April 2016

A few thoughts on middle class attitudes to tax avoidance

As a result of David Cameron’s difficult week, I’ve been seeing some comments on Facebook, Twitter and the like about tax avoidance, and I feel the need to respond. Yes, I understand that tax evasion is not the same thing as tax avoidance. The former is trying to avoid paying tax using methods that have already been […]

My ideal Britain

Recently I have been trying to organise my thoughts about what, in an ideal world, the British state and society would look like. After all, it’s no good railing against things as they are without having a better alternative in mind. I thought I’d share my notes online. It would be great to hear other opinions, […]