Juan Antonio Pavon Losada: The EU’s current foreign policy approach is imposing bankruptcy on small-to-medium sized EU farmers, revealing the unsustainable nature of our growth model
Lora Verheecke: Poverty is usually referred to in terms of economic growth; But a country can grow poor, polluted and unequal
Sharan Burrow: Working families have had enough. If you want the global economy to grow, you need to pay people more, not less
João Antonio Felicio: More than just a demonstration of strength, a strike represents a collective consciousness about common problems, to which alternative solutions can be found
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- Britain needs a pay rise
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