Is the UK a Managed Democracy?


‘Managed Democracy’ is a term usually used to refer to the variously oligarchic post-Soviet eastern European govts that have sprung up in the wake of vast privatisation, and economic and national dislocation. Yet in the wake of the 2019 election and the 2020 covid crisis, the UK looks increasingly like it is moving towards this state of governance.

Tom Alexander Mann is a worker in Brighton, UK. This article was originally published here.