Does the UK have an industrial policy? Such a question is likely to become more acute as the UK seeks to forge new priorities to compete in the post-Brexit world. An answer can be teased out of the recent £8bn hostile takeover bid for GKN, UK’s third largest engineering conglomerate specialising in automotive and aerospace components, by Melrose, a UK-based private equity-like investment company.
Corporate Europe Observatory – Endocrine Disruptors: How corporations and their scientists have put public health in harm’s way
Just another example of the EU as the dogsbody of international corporations and the seat of institutionalised corruption Read here
Yes, Romania is an EU member state. And yes, these are Social Democrats and Liberals, both considered excessively corrupt, members respectively of the social democratic Party of European Socialists and Alliance of Liberals and Democrats […]
A brilliant article.Claire Connelly is one of the few that realises that Brexit had less to do with the EU than with a society seeking emancipation from the devastation of neo-liberalism and all its political […]