@Helen. I don’t disagree re the global dimension and the need to understand it. My concern is the we on the left have a long history of trying to engage people in such discussions long before their own engagement has led them to question such things. We need to start with issues like how the tax avoided by the Duke if Westminster would single-handedly pay off the NHS deficit and how we would address such things before trying to put that into a global context. If people start feeling empowered by seeing results at a “local” level they will be more likely to make the connections with the larger situation. Success is depended on the mass of the people owning the movement for change. The far right is getting worryingly good at getting people to think they own the movement for change (even though no such thing is true of course)