Mark Zuckerberg, Bernie Sanders and Elon Musk back the idea
And trials suggest it can liberate jobless people from a life of humiliation
In a speck of a village deep in the Finnish countryside, a man gets money for free.
Each month, almost €560 (£500) is dropped into his bank account, with no strings attached.
The cash is his to use as he wants.
The Helsinki government.
The prelude to a thriller, perhaps, or some reality TV.
But Juha Järvinen’s story is ultimately more exciting.
He is a human lab rat in an experiment that could help to shape the future of the…