Without public consultation, the boundaries of freeports have been expanded to cover much of the country. What does this mean?
How we can find meaning, purpose and pride when the workplace no longer offers them
The combination of automation, complexity and climate change is dangerous in ways we haven’t even begun to grasp.
Vilification of the unemployed as scroungers and skivers has a long and grisly heritage.
Surrender your freedom, avoid daylight, live to work, and you too could join a toxic, paranoid elite.
Theft through excessive rewards: that’s the dominant business model.
The employment figures attached to large projects tend to be codswallop.
The trade unions still rage about the class war, but keep funding their class enemies.
Would Rover not have been better off as a workers’ co-operative?
The government is letting the corporate killers walk free.
The jobs Britain stole from the Asian subcontinent 300 years ago are now returning. Is this a good thing or a bad one?
The trades unions need have no fear of flexing their muscles: we now depend on them to fight the government
Labour has become the workers’ enemy. It’s time the unions stopped funding it
We Need a Global Maximum Wage
The thousands of car workers about to be made redundant are the victims of the policies designed to help them.
Corporations in Britain get away with murder
Cutting benefits will undermine society
Why do we believe what the superstores tell us?
The Health and Safety Executive isn’t working: so instead it tries to silence its critics