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Capitalism and Inequality: Brexit versus really taking back control

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  • UserProfessor Danny Dorling (Oxford) and Professor Kate Pickett (York)
  • ClockThursday 01 December 2016, 17:15-19:00
  • HouseMurray Edwards College.

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After the Brexit result in the UK, no-one can doubt that inequality matters. It was the economically most unequal EU state which has voted to leave the union. Kate Pickett, of University of York and one of the authors of the ‘Spirit Level’, and Danny Dorling, of Oxford University, will discuss what inequality means in the UK and other countries, what are the implications for the whole of society (including the rich), and what can be done to make societies in the world more equal.

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