It is refreshing to see a clear analysis of the state of British capitalism in a national newspaper.

What is needed now is a response from British workers determined to get rid of it for good.

The article by can be found here.

A key aspect of this article is the call for an analysis of alternatives, for new visions that return power and control to workers and communities.

Our party has already produced a series of visions covering many industries, and many aspects of work and cultural life. We started this a decade ago in the wake of the financial crisis.

Over the coming weeks we are revisiting and updating those visions.

To access these updated visions, use the ‘Britain‘ tab on our web site.

 

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Trump has said if they manages to keep the death toll to 100,000, they’d be doing a “very good job.” Instead of protecting US citizens, his administration launches a campaign of misinformation & anti-China conspiracy theories blaming China for Covid19.
https://thegrayzone.com/2020/04/01/us-conspiracy-theory-on-china-coronavirus-trump/#more-22821

Economically speaking we would expect food prices to go up Overall social cost of production is higher since the social wage has necessarily gone up Millions of workers are not working & yet, strangely for capitalism they are paid, albeit less than before
https://theworker.org.uk/

Shut the Sites! call for building sites to close, so that building workers do not become infected by COVID 19. Construction magnates have too much influence over the government.
Penalties set by large corporations for late completion, must be banned
https://www.union-news.co.uk/coronavirus-will-spread-like-wildfire-workers-calls-for-construction-sites-to-be-shut/

We are living in difficult times, being encouraged to socially distance ourselves. It is essential that our union organisation remains intact. Indeed, in this environment our collective organisations are not only needed but should be made to thrive. https://digital.tuc.org.uk/working-remotely-for-trade-unions/

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