Inside Labour | The k-shaped economic recovery is the same old k*k

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 Workers who fall into penury are merely collateral damage if the system continues to create greater and more unevenly distributed wealth, measured in national terms as GDP. Picture: File
Workers who fall into penury are merely collateral damage if the system continues to create greater and more unevenly distributed wealth, measured in national terms as GDP. Picture: File

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They see this as a perhaps long, drawn out but inevitable improvement to an economic system that has been dogged by recession since 2008. After Covid-19, surely it must be a matter of returning to an economy going forever onward and upward?

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