Poverty, illness, homelessness – no wonder McDonald’s UK workers are going on strike

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

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