UK corporate law actively encourages directors to asset-strip businesses rather than invest in them over the long term
We are cutting education budgets per pupil whilst every G20 country (bar USA) is increasing them: so we have too few skills, and too many low paid jobs
The richest 10% of UK household wealth is 315 times greater than the poorest 10% of UK household wealth.
In 1950 you could afford a 3 bedroom house and car in London on the equivalent household income of £25,000. Today you need £430,000.
We sell arms to Israel (44 years in breach of UN resolutions) and Saudi Arabia (still flog women for driving and hang homosexuals)
UK tax code is 17,000 pages long, custom-made to hide every possible trick for the rich to evade and avoid tax
Of our last 6 Prime Ministers, only 2 got the job by winning a majority at a general election
The last 4 governments won absolute power with the vote of less than 30% of voters, and less than 25% of the electorate
We're the only European nation that doesn't own any of it's railways, water or power companies.
Only 138 constituencies actually matter, because the other 500 are essentially rotten boroughs which never change hands no matter how you vote.