Laurie Taylor visits the East End of London and finds out what they were saying about the Queen over the Jubilee weekend. He's joined by Paul Barker from the Institute of Community Studies to hear about street parties 2002-style, and comparing them to the ones which marked the Queen’s coronation 50 years ago and her Silver Jubilee in 1977.
Also this week a discussion on whether labour can, or ever will, flow as freely as capital does around the world. Professor Nigel Harris argues in his book Thinking the Unthinkable that it will and indeed must but, in a recent paper, Dr Patrick McGovern from the London School of Economics has used football as a case study and finds that employment practises within the game don’t live up to its global image: will they ever?
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