LABOUR

Brexit

By Backing May, British Conservatives Are Proving They're Not the Adults in the Room

They're more than happy to continue a constitutional impasse rather than risk mild social democracy.
Simon Childs
1.16.19
tech

China Is Achieving AI Dominance by Relying on Young Blue-Collar Workers

To remain the world leader in artificial intelligence, China relies on young “data labelers” who work eight hours a day processing massive amounts of data to make computers smart.
Huizhong Wu
12.21.18
Brexit

What the Theresa May Vote of No Confidence Means for Brexit

Could the UK's Conservative Party even hold a leadership election right now?
Gavin Haynes
12.12.18
Marxism

Karl Marx Has Never Been More Relevant

And would you look at that, the philosopher would be turning 200 this weekend.
Oscar Rickett
5.4.18
I am scared

What This Terrifying, Crab-Butchering Robot Can Teach Us About Automation

Robots aren't always the solution to a labour crisis.
Jordan Pearson
7.7.17
disastrous england appointments

We Asked Football Manager Whether Corbyn or May Would Do Better at the 2018 World Cup

With a hung parliament in session and Britain in an absolute state, one of Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn is going to have to sort out Brexit. To determine who would do a better job, we asked Football Manager, for some reason.
Will Magee
6.14.17
Noisey News

Matt Healy from The 1975 Will "Send Nudes" To Brits Who Vote Labour

Not sure if that's an incentive or a deterrent but vote anyway.
Lauren O'Neill
6.8.17
Noisey News

Grime4Corbyn Wants You to Register to Vote (and Party)

The group's offering the chance to attend a secret rave the week before the election if you register to vote.
Lauren O'Neill
5.17.17
Noisey News

Akala Wants You to Use Your Vote for Jeremy Corbyn

The rapper, poet and activist has come out in support of the Labour leader (even though he's not strictly pro-Labour).
Lauren O'Neill
5.9.17
bosses lie

Your Boss Is Not More Stressed Out Than You, Science Says

And they're not going to do anything about it.
Jordan Pearson
5.8.17
Election 2017

An Idiot's Guide to the Surprise UK Election

Charting a course through the confused panic.
Yohann Koshy
4.18.17
protest

The Hit List: Who We Should Protest Next

Imagine the change we could bring if we concentrated efforts on the people and organisations whose minds might actually be changed by smart, focused activism.
Ellie Mae O'Hagan
4.1.17
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