One of my favourite columnists, Aditya Chakraborty, has written (as usual) a searing article on social affairs, this time a snapshot of London’s housing woes – the working class people left homeless by millionaire property developers, including a Tory MP.
“They make us turn on each other. Bloody asylum seekers are the problem; people on benefits are the scum of the earth. And we’re coming to a point where people like us, working people, finally say, ‘You know what? you’re the problem. We’ve had enough of people like you.’”