How do we ignite people’s sense of injustice on this topic? I find it is often difficult to demonstrate that the behaviour of companies avoiding taxation or paying minuscule amounts in comparison to profits, has a direct correlation to the way wealth moves through the welfare state. The mismanagement of business in Europe leads to a squeeze on immediate provision and state services; it impacts how quickly you can see a doctor and whether your children have a place at the local school, it determines the amount of crime on your street and the state of your city. In the UK we are struggling to care for a growing ageing population, we have a healthcare system running on empty and social housing is becoming a thing of the past. But the justified anger that then rises in society, the growing sense of inequality amongst those on the front line of suffering, is not channelled toward the silent faceless corporations but onto neighbours. How do you turn the face of the masses upward, not sideways? We have the policies so now we need to show voters the problem clearly and unapologetically. Justice demands that if big businesses want to operate in our nations they must pay for our time, our workers and our welfare. The ladder to success, expansion and profits cannot be paved with the happiness, the health and the rights of our citizens.