HaHa, very funny. I am a working class 'lad' my old Dad a cockney engine driver was there at the formation of the labour party. My whole family including my spouse have working class roots. I live in the promised land but I lived in S Wales for 6 years and as Chief Engineer of a company making mining equipment I have been down dozens of pits and spent a lot of time with miners. I went to a Grammar School which gave me opportunity. I worked as a wage slave for 30 years and then rowed my own boat with my own business for 15. So My opinions have been formed by this wide spectrum of experiences. I am aware that there are many here who support a socialist agenda but I have experienced a wide spectrum of opinions and circumstances too. I am not DC (sounds too much like an Estate Agent) but I dont want to return to Islington Socialism policies which left millions dead, my pension reduced by 25% and made scrounging a national pastime. What worries me is that whoever is running the country is in thrall to idiot fringe parties who in some cases want to destroy the country. For me the Tories are the least worse option. And.. Boris was my MP, he was excellent. Despite his voice, background and dishevelled appearance he is a canny person and IMO would make an inspiring leader who would lead a drive to revive the fortunes of the whole country to emulate the economic success currently enjoyed by London and the South East.
Thanks for your CV,we'll give you a call should a position come open
Sixteen years a miner,'rowed my own boat' for 25years,I wouldn't trust any of them as far as I could throw them,but I'm positively against unbridled capitalism,and being ruled by the Eton mess.
What really amazes me is rightwing followers automatically thinking it has to be either rampant capitalism or psuedo communism.
It doesn't,and it'll be the minor parties who'll rein in the extremes of either.
We've just experienced five years bad government,which has seen the rich get richer and the poor get stamped on or treading water to make ends meet,the usual Tory capitalism that sees ordinary working people frightened of loosing what little they have.Whilst the constant Tory mantra of we can't afford the pay more as it'll bankrupt the country,all the time the fat cats get fatter off the backs of the poor.