Home trash? labour’s broken political economy I: the world of work
CHARTIST recently had a poll posing a question of Ed Balls’ place and role in Labour’s shadow cabinet. The result was unambiguous: He needs to go. It’s not because he’s unpleasant or a practitioner of the dark arts of new Labour political hackery, absolutely not! It’s about the toxic effect of the ideas he’s imposed on Labour’s political economy past and present. So – after a emphatic verdict, here’s your chance to put a constructive alternative.