Australian Left Review


Paul Hirst


In the lead-up to the national elections in the early part of next year, Britain's Labour Party has forsworn arguably the most important part of modernising and reforming government in the 1990s—an incomes policy. Labour is convinced that experience shows such policies are unworkable and that their advocacy in the run-up to a General Election is political suicide.



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