According to the Economist, the British middle-classes are increasingly feeling the impact of creeping austerity. My advice to them would be to ‘get used to it’, or ‘get out’. The economic consequences of Brexit will be savage for an already heavily indebted UK. Another Conservative Government after the next election will be forced to heavily ramp up austerity. Meanwhile, a Far Left Labour government will also meddle massively but very differently. Either way, the British middle classes are probably in for a prolonged and increasing period of pain. Thoughts?
If you read the British & international media latest coverage of Jeremy Corbyn and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, it might be summed up ‘fine words but light on action’. The more Corbyn turns to his Far Left powerbase, the greater will be the institutional anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Alistair Campbell’s article is brilliantly incisive and is now published globally via Newsweek. Thoughts?