Britain has a class problem, and it's time to talk about it.
The conversation around class and inequality in Britain is overflowing with hollow words and insincerity. Our politicians gush over "hard-working families" while assaulting workers' rights and slashing community budgets. Our media strives for "authentic" stories of "real" Britons, but freezes out working class representation. Our universities create entire departments in the name of studying inequality, but shut out and alienate working class students.
At Britain Has Class we think it's about time working class people took the conversation into our own hands.
We're doing this by giving working class people a platform to express themselves and share their experiences; campaigning for real representation in universities, unions and workplaces; and creating a network of class activists who want to make a real impact on economic, social and cultural inequality in Britain.
But we need your help, so follow the links below to find out more about what we do and to find your place in the conversation.