Remake democracy to end Toryism

The unpredictable political and constitutional crisis sweeping the UK is a sure sign that we have to remake our democracy from top to bottom. Building on the social movement that all but topped the Tories on June 8 can provide the momentum to change the UK in a deep-seated way. The entire system is unstable and volatile, expressed in the inability to form a strong and stable government.

Running parallel is a deepening economic disaster. Real wages are falling sharply as inflation rises, while the UK’s output is falling faster than any other major country. Debt is growing and falling house prices indicate another crash is on the way. Read more

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