Evidence to support The State and Law Making

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Who is the example around for the evidence to support the theory on state and law making?
Sir Philip Green
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What did Green own?
Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Burton, Miss Selfridge etc.
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Who did he allow his money to go to and why?
To his wife's bank account in Monaco, therefore no tax had to be paid.
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What sum of money was he awarded in 2005?
1.2 Billion
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What was the sum of money given in 2005 known as?
The biggest pay check in British corporate history.
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How much did Green save on tax?
300million
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What could the tax have paid for?
the 9,000 University fees for 32,000 students, the wages of 20,000 NHS nurses.
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What was the issues for his labour workers?
Sri Lankans, Indians and Bangladeshi people had to work in Mauritius sweat shops 12 hours a day, 6 days a week on minimum pay.
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Give a sociologist to explain this concept and describe what they mean.
Chambliss, the law benefits the rich and powerful bourgeoisie.
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