According to a survey the rich and poor of britain are getting closer to one another. The gap, despite current tory and libdems – currently – and labour governments before that, is getting narrower..
* does it mean – if meaning is viable here at all – that governments policies are usually more huff than any boom? If so, what makes the boom?
* The other element that this survey fails to account for and that, in my view, is an integral element of economic gap is that of means. Put it simply, say one earns £10 and another £11 = £1 gap. However, the £11 person doesn’t have to pay rent.. Or that the £11 person can fix another £11 kind of jobs for friends and family with a simple phone call rather than years of filling application forms and then attempting to rise up companies ranks.?