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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Enough is enough!
After numerous actors, artists & writers have broken the wall of silence, voicing condemnation of #ApartheidIsrael ; even a group of UK and European ambassadors issued a protest to Israel about its treatment of Palestinians.
https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/Verbal-Dispute-at-European-Israeli-Meeting-20220107-0015.html

Mentality of the 1%.
The TUC criticised Johnson's announcement that only 1% of key workers will be tested daily for Covid.
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: "It’s hopelessly inadequate...The PM has known about the shortage of tests for weeks."
https://www.tuc.org.uk/news/99-key-workers-are-not-included-priority-testing-scheme-says-tuc

Brexit has ended unelected control over public spending, the requirement to procure developments internationally, agriculture & fisheries policies, & eventually ends subsidies to the EU. It ends control over laws & economy, and returns levers of economic power to our parliament

We are happy that health care workers, from cleaners to virologists, biomedical researchers, pharmacists, statisticians will be looking after people throughout the world and advising on the best ways to manage and stop the pandemic. https://theworker.org.uk/

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