The Tories will always despise the poor

Radical pledges are usually the preserve of the outsider desperately trying to get in. In politics, it’s the one without the power who must shout the loudest because that is the only ploy at hand, the only weapon at hand. The government can behave as radically or moderately as it wants, and usually it opts for the latter. It is strange then, that twelve years in, the government of our country still speaks of “levelling…

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