Aditya Chakrabortty: The rules on outsourced working are rigged. But today there’s a fightback

One of the biggest problems in Britain is corporations and managers that don’t pay their way. They rely on the state for protection yet siphon off their profits to tax havens. Their workers are monitored minute by minute on apps, but are labelled as self-employed. They want taxpayers to spend on infrastructure and R&D, but prefer to divvy out their profits with shareholders rather than invest them.

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