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  1. I know its the Mirror but still it shows a good example why the political class has no interest in changing the status quo when it comes to wages,housing affordability or housing availability in the UK. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/chancellor-philip-hammond-calls-nurses-10811785 I know that nobody on this site will be surprised that this is going on in Westminster, but if we really want change we shouldn't be paying people like this to basically laugh at the public struggling to survive whilst sucking from the tax payers like a suit wearing mosquito.
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