The Getting to the Future First:
How Britain can lead the
Fourth Industrial Revolution report was created by Alan Mak, Conservative Member of Parliament for Havant, and it's a laughable compendium of trickle-down nonsense proposing that if all dividends from automation flow to capital, somehow everyone in the world will share in the benefits.
It hilariously characterises the Corbyn left — an incubator for utopian visions of "fully automated luxury Communism" — as technophobic luddites. This from a party whose policies promote the primacy of finance over the real economy, austerity over education and training, and mass internet surveillance and censorship, while dismantling the world-leading Government Data Service.
But really, the scene-stealer is that cover art. Man, oh man.