"We should not be sleep-walking into the Uber-isation of public services, where communities have no say or control over services and where working people have no security or dignity."
New Zealand sick of being left off the map2:43
Everything Political May 2018: Sydney Democracy Network
Kidnapped democracy: how can citizens escape?
Ramón A. Feenstra, Universitat Jaume I
The financial oligarchies differ from other kidnappers by being silent about their power over institutions and policies – they don't want to alert anyone to what they have done.
Legal precedent based on false beliefs proves hard to overturn
Helen Fraser, University of New England
Not all false beliefs arise from malicious misinformation. Some legal precedents rest on the status of everyday 'common knowledge', since shown to be false, but embedded in our law nonetheless.
“Politics is more important than business now and this is a change that will last for years. The people that make politics think that politics is more important than finance,” says Stefan Benedetti, portfolio manager at Pioneer Investment. “This is going to be the biggest change in our lifetime.”
Teachers’ rebellion spreads on four continents WSWS
Firm accused of helping businesses dodge creditors goes into liquidation