The US election is the most divisive in decades. But the fractures running through US society long predate COVID-19.
A trio of interconnected crises have brought Britain to the brink of radical change. The consequences will be felt for decades to come.
Public versus private is back.
If you hoped that 2017 would be the year Britain finally saw its economic fortunes improve, you were soon to be disappointed.
This article was originally published at openDemocracy. This election comes during a remarkable period in British economic history. Over the past ten years real wages have suffered a larger decline than in any other advanced country apart from Greece. Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, recently said that Britain is experiencing its “first lost decade since the … Continue reading We have a real choice between different economic futures