The story keeps repeating itself. The corporate press praises a centre- left of centre-right politician as “progressive” and “socially fair” and what is the result? An enforcer of neo-liberalism. Read here Also read Oliver Davis […]
“In addition to the democratic deficit that is built into the EU institutions, they have to a great extent acquired their form and content during the neoliberal era. They are therefore dominated by the interests […]
This film is powerful enough to speak for itself.
By Oliver Davis, University of Warwick Historians of the May 1968 protests may have rebuffed Emmanuel Macron’s outlandish proposal for an official state commemoration of the imminent 50th anniversary, but it seems the president is […]
This is another article in our continuing debate concerning whether the neo-liberal EU can be reformed to become a democratic, progressive, and social political organisation. Read here
What Prem Sikka writes is not only true for Britain, but for the rest of Europe as well. But beware:In Germany, where unions are well represented in boardrooms, union representatives often become as corrupt and […]
This is a good analysis introducing a lot of material that we have not had in our previous articles and confirms that the strike is about much more than staff pensions. Read here