“The UK is one of the developed world’s most unequal societies – how do we address that absolute inequality into the next decade? One means is the classical way via the taxation system (a redistribution from rich to poor) and the other is to aim to create more equal economic outcomes from our companies. One way to do so is to incentivise employee ownership of companies that, as Robert Oakeshott, researcher on employee ownership, argues “entails a movement from business as a piece of property to business as a working community”.”
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Refusing to go along with refugee panic and challenging its framing by Farage, Johnson, the press, BBC, and Sky was too much to expect from the Labour Party's "new management" I see.
Fair share? I can hear @mrjamesob rightly asking the 46% - so, what exactly has the UK done for refugees compared to other European countries? https://twitter.com/yougov/status/1293196618645360640
More generally, 46% of Britons say that the UK has done more than its fair share to accommodate refugees who have arrived in Europe when compared to other European countries