I quite like "Action is My Middle Name." It's catchy, and it has that almost visceral, late-period Morrissey menace to it. I'm assuming that this is the Alain Whyte tune that's been kicking around; that's probably why it stands up. The end needs a bit of touching-up.
"Kid's a Looker" is a throwaway: not good, not terrible.
As for "People are the Same Everywhere," I can't decide how I feel about it. The music is decent, and the lyrics are at least interesting, but Morrissey's unrelenting negativity is beginning to weigh a bit heavily on me.
I still love the man, and I cannot wait to see him live, but there's barely a glimmer of light in his work these days. It's all hard edges, bombast and bile. No one does bombast and bile better than Morrissey, but if there's any vulnerability or playfulness left in him, he should let us hear it.
As others have noted, the fact that he has to consistently shout his vocals isn't good on any level: it isn't good for his voice, and it wears on the ears. Morrissey is never more effective than when he's laying on that seductive, velvety, intimate, world-conquering croon.
Still, I live in hope.