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Articles for Dodgy deals

  • Unfair debt deal agreed for Argentina

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 30 May 2014

    The Paris Club group of rich countries has announced it has reached an agreement for Argentina to begin repaying up to $9.7 […]

  • Chancellor ignores Jubilee for Justice demands

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 14 February 2014

    In September 2013, we handed in a petition from over 10,000 people calling for a Jubilee for Justice: – Cancellation of unjust […]

  • Scottish government makes debt relief top priority

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 6 December 2013

    The Scottish government have signalled that they would take action to deal with unjust debts inherited from the UK, if there is […]

  • Life before debt

    Maddy Evans, 10 October 2013

    The cost of austerity packages imposed in the name of paying debts in Europe has been high. In Portugal fees for health care have been imposed, costs for utilities have spiralled, and 60,000 teachers have been sacked. Latvia has lost 8% of its health care workers and 14% of its school staff. Greece has seen an increase in children fainting in school from malnutrition, the decimation of the health care system, and a 40% increase in suicides.

  • Outrage as Vince Cable refuses to respond to Kenyan campaigners

    Tim Jones, 1 October 2013

    Business Minister Vince Cable has refused to respond to concerns raised by the Kenyan Debt Relief Network (KENDREN) about the legitimacy of […]

  • What the UK could do now to bring in a Jubilee for Justice

    Tim Jones, 24 September 2013

    Over 10,000 people have signed our petition for a Jubilee for Justice calling for: Cancellation of the unjust debts of the most […]

  • UK pushes Pakistan, Indonesia and the Gambia into more debt

    Tim Jones, 20 September 2013

    The UK government has backed loans to Pakistan, Indonesia and the Gambia without conducting any assessment of their impact, or the ability […]

  • Using research to expose dodgy dealing – 5 October

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 31 August 2013

    Do you want to learn how to expose dodgy practices of companies and governments? Do you want to join with others to […]

  • BP violated human rights rules, says UK government

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 9 March 2011

    Company failed to respond to alleged intimidation by Turkish security forces along its UK-backed Caspian oil pipeline. Ruling places BP in breach of loan agreements, say campaigners.

  • Government export push ‘could create toxic debt’

    Jubilee Debt Campaign, 9 February 2011

    As the Government launches a new Trade White Paper (1), campaigners and MPs have warned that plans to expand the activities of Britain’s export credit agency, the ECGD, could spell disaster for some of the world’s poorest people if changes are not made to how the ECGD operates.

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