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Chesham and Amersham by-election – The Green Party

Today, I am feature Carolyne Culver, the Green Party’s candidate in the by-election on 17 June. With issues like HS2 at the forefront of the election, Carolyne is hoping a victory will send a strong message to the government and help stop HS2.

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Chesham and Amersham by-election – Reform UK

This post marks the start of my by-election series where I will interview the candidates standing in Chesham and Amersham this month. To kick off the series, we have a local candidate and the leader of the national party. I sat down with Alex Wilson, the candidate, and Richard Tice, leader of Reform UK. This […]

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Should you consider the tax affairs of companies you invest in?

There’s a lot to consider when investing, from dividends to predicted performance and many other things. But, should you also consider a company’s tax affairs when you’re investing? Although ethical investing is on the rise and people are talking about it much more, tax is still rarely spoken about. Some people believe paying a fair […]

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Is the Deliveroo IPO saga a victory for ethical investing?

Deliveroo ‘went public’ and listed on the London Stock Exchange this week. But, the Deliveroo IPO didn’t go quite to plan – or that’s how it seems at least. But, what actually happened and is it a victory for ethical investing or simply a business decision? This post will cover: What happened with the Deliveroo […]

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5 sustainability tips to save you money

Many people are looking to live more sustainably, while others want to save more money. But why should you have to choose between the two? Here are 5 sustainability tricks to save you money.

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Is it possible to invest ethically?

The state of the world bears pretty heavily on my mind. I don’t feel comfortable gaining from something that has a negative impact on other people or the planet. This put me off investing for a long time, as the public image surrounding the stock market presents a negative image of those profiteering from others’ misfortunes. But, this doesn’t have to be the case.

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5 ways to make your finances more sustainable

There’s no denying that the world is currently in the middle of a climate crisis. In fact, one leading energy expert recently said we only have six months to change the course of the climate crisis. That’s why we should all consider making our finances more sustainable. Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy […]

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5 reasons why we shouldn’t rush to ‘get back to normal’

Is getting back to the ‘normal’ financial systems we’ve been part of for so long really a good thing for our own personal finances and for society as a whole? Should we accept a financial crisis and income inequality? This is a slightly different post to usual. But, given the unprecedented events this past season […]