Alice Martin, Aidan Harper and Margaret Welsh wrote for Tribune Magazine on the need to build a movement to cut working hours without reducing pay:

It is time to revisit perhaps the earliest demand of the labour movement: an economy allowing us to work to live, rather than living to work. Reducing the working week has the potential to address the structural inequality at the centre of our economy: the growing gap between those who hold wealth and those who earn incomes.“


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