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‘I personally feel they should be closed down’: My MiHomecare experience

[responsivevoice_button] Brian Jones Surrey resident Alison Jones describes the poor quality

Shareholder activists target Barclays AGM

[responsivevoice_button] On Thursday 23 April 2015, several protests were held outside

Revealed: major homecare company paying staff below minimum wage

[responsivevoice_button] MiHomecare, outsourcing giant Mitie’s homecare business, is paying carers less

Drax and White Rose: the Carbon Capture White Elephant

[responsivevoice_button] Campaigners warn Government against granting up to £1 billion of

Energy, rail and water privatisation costs UK households £250 a year

[responsivevoice_button] New research by Corporate Watch in collaboration with We Own

Transport for London seeks new powers with developers

[responsivevoice_button] Transport for London (TfL) is currently seeking to team up

South West Water: a ‘no-risk monopoly’

  Devon resident Stan Beale analyses the prices that the water

The next Serco scandal: overcharging the NHS

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A shareholder activist’s account of the G4S AGM

[responsivevoice_button] The G4S AGM, on 5 June 2014, passed with predictable

Firms running NHS care services avoiding millions in tax

  Companies receiving lucrative government contracts to run care services looking

HMRC ‘particularly feeble’ over failure to close loophole

[responsivevoice_button] The Government chose not to close a tax loophole which

The other energy scandal – power giants use loophole to cut their own tax bills

[responsivevoice_button] As people buckle under the pressure of soaring energy bills,

Serco and pathology: the cost of profit

[responsivevoice_button] Serco was pleased to announce this month that GSTS Pathology

The Severn Trent takeover – corporate profiteering, tax avoidance and Britain’s water supply

[responsivevoice_button] Severn Trent is the latest water company to be targeted

‘A ridiculous return’: South West Water and the cost of water

[responsivevoice_button] Devon resident Stan Beale considers the excessive prices charged by