At the beginning of 2021, I asked whether life for working-class people would get any better now that everyone understood that working-class people
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A recent crop of TV shows — Maid, Succession, Squid Game — have demonstrated that being rich doesn’t lead to happiness. Family, friendship,
Linda Porter as Myrtle in Superstore In the US sitcom Superstore (2015-2021), one of the characters, Myrtle, is an elderly store assistant who is
On the afternoon of Saturday, September 23rd, 1933, Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) played Liverpool in a match at Tottenham’s home ground, White Hart
During 2020, Working-Class Perspectives touched on many COVID-related topics and showed how working-class people around the world were being
The Covid19 pandemic has highlighted many inequalities experienced by working-class people — insecure work, unsafe work places, access to health
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted class inequalities. Commentators in the US, UK, and Australia are acknowledging that working-class people are
With the UK general election looming, there has been renewed interest in the effects of years of austerity measures on poor and working-class people.
In 2016, I wrote about how Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake illustrated the impact of the draconian British welfare system on working-class people.
When Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire in Paris on April 15, 400 firefighters were deployed to tackle the blaze. One of those workers was seriously