Was Keynes a revolutionary in economic thought and policy? Was he at least radical in his ideas? Or was he a reactionary opposed to the interests of working people and a conservative in economic theory?
EU parliamentarian Sven Giegold accuses Malta of being soft on money-laundering. That is of course a euphemism: Better would be avid supporters of money-laundering Read here
Kenan Malik provides a razor sharp analysis of EU refugee and migrant policy. The title is however absurd – and may not be from him, but from one of the Guardian’s loftily liberal editors. To […]
From The Guardian This is without a doubt not one of Owen Jones best articles, but compare the mood in Brighton with that of the social democrats in Germany, France, or Greece to name a […]