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Such a development would both devastate the upper middle class in the UK and inherently discredit finance in the UK as we know it. There would undoubtedly be knock-on effects on the bottom 90% in the UK which, in absolute terms and in many cases, would be worse than the loss of those in finance - such as collapse of public services and a much larger number of unemployed.
Given the systematic way in which the population has been misled by elites a constructive response to such a crisis seems unlikely. But it remains essential that one be found. The alternatives are very ugly and increasingly probable.
"It is not necessary to have hope in order to persevere."
I'm sure they'll happily blame it on the EU/immigrants/black people/gypsies/teh gays/the judiciary/the unions/Jeremy Corbyn just like they've done for the last 50 years
keep to the Fen Causeway
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