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Doctors overwhelmingly call for continual face-mask wearing

From the BMA website: “Thousands of doctors in the UK say they want to see face coverings remain mandatory, with 90% of those taking part in a survey telling the BMA that masks should continue to be worn on public … Continue reading

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Procedural Utility

People don’t only take value from the wages, and the other standard rewards offered by employers. They also take value from the sense of control and having access to a process that allows them to affect an outcome. This is … Continue reading

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Rentier capitalism

As Christine Berry says, replacing rentier capitalism is one of the defining challenges of our age. She reviews two books here on the OpenDemocracy website. ‘Rentier Capitalism’ by geographer Brett Christophers ‘Unions Renewed’, Alice Martin and Annie Quick. This, on … Continue reading

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