For me, in all the thousands of words I saw about the European election campaign, one sentence stood out. It was in the Manchester Friends of the Earth’s list of 10 policies:
” a new EU economic strategy . . . which shifts the tax burden from labour to resource consumption . . . ”
( http://www.manchesterfoe.org.uk/eu-election-survey-response-peter-cranie-green-party/ ).
Environmental taxes on resources and pollution could be better than income taxes, not only for the environment, but also for reducing inequality.
( ” Progressive tax and inequality”, in “Citizens incomes and progressive tax”,
I think this policy should be a major feature in the 2015 Westminster election campaign.