In the past few months the electrical workers of France have taken up the mantle of Robin Hood by cutting power to the rich and reconnecting the poor. Most recently, on January 20, the power was disconnected to the headquarters of the French Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT) union, which has refused to call a strike and is working with French President Emmanuel Macron to legitimize his incredibly unpopular pension reform.
Beginning with education, this morphs into an article about the Big Four Accountancies, especially Ernst & Young. As always with Mitchell, well worth reading. Read here
The Spanish government of the conservative party has stripped the Spanish justice system of any creditability in the eyes of the international community. What will the Social Democrats do? Probably what Social Democrats always do: […]