BBC Interviewers fail to grasp Key Workers' Rights Issue

23.10.2019

Neither Robinson nor Marr have grasped the difference between the big

business, corporatist type of legislation for workers, mostly coming from the

EU, and the small-business-friendly social and employment legislation that

we need and which is far better suited to both workers and business in the

digital age. In the digital age and a service-dominated economy, we can do

far better for working people, employer-employee relations and secure

retirement than the old corporatist model, which is shaped largely by big

companies’ lobbies, philosophies and pressures in Brussels. It is not a

question of watering down but of a different and far better deal for millions

of workers in the highly disruptive age we are living in, which will become

more disruptive still. We must break away from the heavy, big-business,

corporatist approach of the old EU.

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