This short film explains the surprising fact that in the UK it is the 10% of poorest families who actually pay the most tax - 47%.
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Simon Duffy explains how the tax-benefit system can be reformed to promote citizenship and families.
Simon Duffy looks at how the tax benefit system really works and wonders who are the real beneficiaries of this system?
This short film shows how the UK government's spending decisions have targeted disabled people and the poor for cuts.
The popular myth is that there is no real poverty in the UK - however the reality is that the poor are very poor - living on impossibly low incomes.
A lot of fuss is made about benefit cheats - but few people realise it is the poor who commit the least fraud - it is taxpayers and government itself who defraud the poor.
A short film setting out the principles behind and the main ideas within the Campaign for a Fair Society's Manifesto for a Fair Society 2012.
This short 3 minute film explains how the UK Government's current programme of cuts ends up targeting disabled people.
Produced for the Campaign for a Fair Society, this report shows how government cuts in the UK target disabled people.
This movie introduces the Campaign for a Fair Society - which is organised to campaign against the injustice of a system which seems biased against the poor and disabled people.