A letter a day to number 10. No 1,523
Monday 15 August 2016.
Dear Mrs May,
Since 2008 millions of people in the UK has been driven into a fetid swamp of fear and uncertainty. The banking crisis was a catastrophe delivered to our doors by the criminal negligence of a few bankers who have been allowed to not only get away with their crimes, but have prospered by them at our expense.
On the back of that crisis, ordinary people have been driven into deprivation and despair by a political class hell bent on demonising and penalising those they consider beneath them. When David Cameron announced that we can expect permanent austerity whilst he sated himself at the most luxurious banquet, he declared a permanent ideological war on the poor which all events since have confirmed as policy.
Our humanity has been redefined to a swingeingly narrow narrative of…
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