Britain’s response to inflation proves the choices that shore up economic calm for the elite only prolong crisis for the rest of us.
From metric-driven management to workplace surveillance, workers are turning to trade unionism to fight back against tech behemoth exploitation.
New Labour’s refusal to release Britain’s trade unions from Thatcher’s restrictions entrenched decades of national decline.
Since 2014, Amazon has been pouring billions into Israel, contributing to illegal settlement programmes and the relentless surveillance of Palestinians. Israel’s dystopian end goal: to compile biometric profiles and security ratings for every resident of the West Bank.
Modern trade unionism was born through the organisation of insecure, low-paid workers. As gig conditions return, collective struggle must, too.
Hospitality work is synonymous with low pay and insecurity. The only way to change that is to get organised.
Spain’s left-wing government is clamping down on bogus self-employment — and the gig companies are angry.
The rich used to eat, dress, and even speak entirely differently from the masses. Today they wear T-shirts and trainers just like the rest of us. But that doesn’t mean we’re all equal. It only lays bare the real source of inequality: actual money.