Forget the economy: the "future of work" is the key issue in this election

By: The Leader @theleaderspeaks
Published: Monday, March 9, 2015 - 09:16 GMT

Robotics, the internet of things, the surrender of autonomy and end of work as we know it are all here and now. Yet politicians of all parties are strangely silent on the subject.

A malign force, Artificial Stupidity (AS), a form of robotic thinking developed especially to speak to politicians in a language and using terms they understand, is quite obviously controlling the minds of our electioneering political leaders.

While everyone including London's licensed taxi driver's, a gaggle of Oxford University researchers, Radio 4, Stephen Hawking and our own columnists David Bailey and Judith Carr are…

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