Portugal has moved a step closer to ordering digital platforms such as Uber and Glovo to employ some of their drivers as staff with formal contracts and benefits, becoming the latest European nation to tackle the gig economy.
Yanis Varoufakis: Ten Years After Lehman’s Collapse: What caused the Crash of 2008 is now shaping our post-modern 1930s
“In the autumn of 2008 events unfolded in Wall Street that the crushing majority of people around the world had been led to believe could never occur. It was the financial equivalent of watching the […]
Common Weal director Robin McAlpine argues that Scottish independence offers the only escape from a system in which bankers win every time Read here
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