Paul Mason writes that a Biden US presidency allied to an EU pursuing ‘strategic autonomy’ leaves a ‘sovereign’ UK with a bit-part role.
by Bo Rothstein on
Democracy in the United States survived the assault by Donald Trump and his supporting mob. But why it survived raises questions awkward for some.
by Thomas Piketty on
Thomas Piketty tells Robin Wilson how wealth and power can be transferred from capital to workers and citizens.
A window of opportunity has opened up to utilise EU law on health and safety to advance the rights of ‘gig’ workers in domestic courts.
We can’t go back to a world without labour platforms, so their proprietary digital infrastructure must be recreated as a public good.
by Irene Mandl on
Standard employment is not simply being replaced by non-standard work. But work is becoming more diverse and policy must accordingly become more tailored.