The wealth of McDonald’s shareholders is built on the poverty of its workers. Now they’ve had enough, says Guardian senior economics commentator Aditya Chakrabortty
Staff are fighting for £10 an hour. The boss earns £5,684 in the same time. Now employees like Tyrone are saying they’ve had enough.
#McStrike is going on today in the U.K., fighting for a wage that people can actually live on.
Source: Poverty, illness, homelessness – no wonder McDonald’s UK workers are going on strike | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian