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Grace Blakeley is the New Statesman’s economics commentator and a research fellow at IPPR.
In common with his predecessors, Johnson would enrich and empower a wealthy constituency centred in the City of London.
Failure to account for the impact of climate change has allowed the powerful to tell us that going green is unaffordable.
For many, work no longer pays. Pay has stagnated for a decade and there are eight million people living in poverty in working households.
The dispute is the latest manifestation of a backlash against the post-crash model of economic integration.
Labour's recent losses are about more than Brexit.
Preston shows that the damage done by cuts and outsourcing can be undone.
The only way to tackle the climate emergency.
US-UK activists are forging new ties, by sharing expertise on communications, policy and campaigning.
Capital mobility has sucked money out of the global South and into financial vortexes such as Wall Street and the City of London.
We need to break with a system in which the value of everything is determined by how much money it can make for the wealthy.