The biggest obstacle to universal basic income has nothing to do with money

Kingston Action Group for Basic Income Guarantee

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The idea of a universal basic income is gaining traction in the mainstream.

It was once seen as a fantasy backed by dewy-eyed Utopians because the premise of basic income is to give people free money – a set amount of monthly cash to cover living expenses such as food, transport, clothes, and utilities, regardless of their income, social status, or anything else for that matter. No questions asked.

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