SUNDAY MAGAZINE

Union of Conscientiously Work-Shy Elements

All for zero exertion. Founded in 1979, in Denmark, UCWSE was the pioneer who posed the question, ‘If work is healthy, then why not give it to the sick?’ Rabidly anti-work, the party topped the lazy man’s popularity chart by arguing for eight hours of leisure, eight hours of rest, and eight hours of sleep, every day. One political slogan that comes closest to capturing their philosophy: Labour isn’t working!