Violation Tracker UK

The Restaurant Revitalization Fund Should Have Stronger Oversight if More Funds are Approved

The American Rescue Plan included a program meant to keep small businesses owned by disadvantaged groups in the restaurant industry open during the height of the pandemic. The $28.8 billion grant program—known as the Restaurant Revitalization Fund—gave money to over 100,000 businesses, with some grants going as high as $10 million.

How We Work to Eradicate Corporate Rule

Corporate subsidies drain billions from public schools. Companies fined billions by regulators – here and abroad. States hide billions in pandemic-relief… we’re on it! And we can do even more with your support.
Arlene here, wrapping up my first full year with Good Jobs First. I barely know where to start, so let’s dive in!


Water companies have since 2010 paid £405,437,850 in various worker and environmental fines, a Byline Times analysis of Violation Tracker UK data revealed. Recent attempts to force the companies to (among other things) better protect public waterways were voted down.


Analyzing Violation Tracker UK data, the Byline Times found that almost half of the violations come from the financial services industry – "despite the sector contributing to less than 10% of the UK’s economic output."