Book review by David Shirreff Capitalism needs a re-think – large swathes of economists and policy-makers would agree with that. But how do you change the nature of a company – that building-block of capitalism […]
Nearly ninety years after the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass, half of England’s land remains in the hands of just 1%. It’s time for radical land reform. Andrew Pendleton is the Director of Policy and Advocacy […]
Of course capitalism likes to depict itself as one great public service spreading jobs and wealth to the population of this planet. Read here
Featuring Larry Elliott (Guardian), Grace Blakeley, Costas Lapavistsas, Feyzi Ismail, Eddie Dempsey. If you wish to understand what are the weaknesses of the European Union, here you have many of the reasons.
Today, 4 March, sees the launch of Transforming Britain After Brexit, the British Left Brexit tour organised by Labour Leave, Trade Unionists Against the EU, the European Research Network on Social and Economic Policy, Polity […]
Book review by John Tomaney In The New Enclosure: The Appropriation of Public Land in Neoliberal Britain, Brett Christophers claims that Britain’s biggest and most consequential privatisation is its least known and understood. The Margaret […]
Quinn Slobodian, author of Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism, on the history, theory, and practice of the doctrine Listen here
Two neo-liberals have a meeting. A Tory minister, notorious for his incompetence in public transport – or attempt to destroy its credibility, who wishes to further privatise public transport, and the CEO of an international […]