Companies have to listen to the roar of the left behind and tackle issues ordinary people care about, leading thinkers say

“The Labour Party is more at home talking about the issues that swirl about the Islington dinner party, fair trade and climate change, which concern real working people in working class communities, like immigration and social mobility.”

With that scathing remark, the new populism blew a big...

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