On Tuesday Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech announcing plans to change the way the British government spends if he is to be elected: the government would prioritise British producers. Here is Bill Mitchell´s take on this.
When one reads an article like this, one can only ask: Why, oh why, do Europeans put up with the anti-democratic, neo-liberal, corrupt institution? Government should be taken “in house” again. Read here
Three years after the referendum on Brexit and on the eve of the new European elections, the scepticism about Europe is still as strong, particularly amongst the most disadvantaged sections of society. Read here
According to Marxist theory, the Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall (TRPF) leads to recurrent crises under capitalism. It’s a helpful device for framing the history of modern capitalism, from the profitability crisis of the 1970s […]