The UK needs a ‘right to food’. This is how it could work in practice
As prices and inflation soar, we must rethink our global food systems to help people, not boost corporate profits
Published in:ourEconomy: OpinionLiz Truss is returning to the fairytale economics of the 1980s
Excessive inequality and wealth redistribution to the rich have wrecked the economy. ‘Trussonomics’ won’t help
Published in:ourEconomy: OpinionGDP is a useless measurement. But what should replace it?
As the planet burns and living costs swell, the need to stop chasing short-term economic growth is clearer than ever
Published in:ourEconomy: AnalysisWhenever capitalism gets into crisis, it’s women’s bodies on the line
From witch hunts to overturning Roe v Wade, violence against women is at the heart of our economic operating system
Why Britain’s labour movement needs a red-hot media strategy
After a summer of strikes, unions need to up their media game to make real and lasting gains for workers
Even a Lula victory won’t necessarily mean a win for Brazil
OPINION: Latin America’s Left needs a new development model to stop the continent’s ‘open veins’ from haemorrhaging
If Lula wins in Brazil, he will face harsh economic headwinds
Lula would enter office with a progressive agenda. Will he be able to repeat the successes of his last presidency?
The hidden inflation that the political class won’t talk about
Not everyone is feeling the pinch – those with assets are enjoying a wealth bonanza
Fears for new UK Financial Bill as banks accused of profiting off hunger
New bill will further weaken ‘watered down’ rules that allowed banks to gain billions as food and fuel prices soared
Don’t Pay UK has the right idea – but it’s not enough
No one ever won rights by asking nicely. But refusing to pay bills has risks that need to be mitigated
Inside the Democrats’ climate deal with the devil
The new climate package furthers the US' most profligate pastimes: drilling oil and driving big cars
Published in: Home: OpinionHow private corporations stole the sea from the commons
Overfishing, seabed mining, corporate greed: let’s take back control of our marine environment for the common good
To end ‘hell on earth’ the US must free Afghanistan's $7bn reserves
Biden must release Afghanistan’s foreign reserves to alleviate suffering, argues Ecuador’s ex-central bank director
We need a new Bretton Woods – but this time it must be truly inclusive
Our global economic system is failing. We need a fresh start to address the inequities of the past 80 years
A supernova looms: world debt reaches critical mass
Aggressive interest rate hikes portend a global recession. The question is, how bad will it be?
Published in: Home: NewsGovernment’s anti-union law will push wages down, economist warns
Ministers could be breaking international law by allowing employers to bring in agency workers to break strikes
Published in: ourEconomy: FeatureBig business could wipe out Mexico’s sacred psychedelic peyote cactus
Boom in industrial agriculture and peyote tourism endangers sacred land and rites of Indigenous people
Is it time to ration energy?
Newsflash: we already do. The question is, how can we do it in a way that works for everybody?
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine didn’t cause the food crisis. Capitalism did
Small farmers are the world’s primary suppliers of food. It’s imperative we listen to them, not the big corporates
I didn’t understand finance until I quit the City and joined XR
At the age of 56, I know more about money and wealth than I ever did as a banker. Here’s what I’ve learned
Inflation is squeezing workers. We need a £15 minimum wage
To fairly protect those most impacted by the cost of living crisis we need to squash profits – not pay
Published in: Home: OpinionOur global economic system is broken. Are we headed for a mass revolt?
How long can billionaires continue to amass wealth while the world's poorest struggle to buy food?
Ro Khanna: ‘Freedom’ has been hijacked by the Right. Let’s take it back
The Silicon Valley Congressman says the US Left should tap into the legacy of FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights
The UK’s development strategy fails to confront the world’s biggest crises
The strategy prioritises geopolitical and economic self-interests, at the expense of the most-impacted communities