Hmm, i think you might have been reading the daily mail. Â There certinly is not massive unemployment, Â jobs are so easy to find (there are 678,000 jobs available in this country, Â thats up 35,000 for this time last year), Â infact this year has set a record for the most people in Britain in employment in terms of figures. There is not large amounts of unwanted immigrants leaching of the state (as most refugees who come here but cannot work by law, Â but are also not paid money, Â just given food coupons, Â resulting in many of them returning home, Â most other immigrants come to here to work so do not leach of the state, particularly the bulk ak EU immigrants), Â infact without immigration from the EU we would now find ourselves in the middle of a large labour shortage.
I fail to see much anger, Â most of it is aimed at fuel prices but can you really see large amounts of civil unrest? Â personally i dont. Â There is also certinly not favour for a major right wing party, Â Labours failings have turned the vast majority of middle class voters to the Lib Dems and Tories, Â both hardly right wing parties. Â The vast majority of people in Britain still hold enough disposable income, Â people are just choosing not to spend it because the overhyped chance of inflation.
The guy from BT probably knows quite a bit about his industry, he has also probably not made this decision on his own. It must make some economical sence or they wouldnt do it.