That people are still working full-time, or need to be, to be able to live comfortably.
We were meant to rely on robots by now, and be able to concentrate on enjoying our interests and hobbies.
Scotland is now, more than ever, another country.
The question I want to ask is: what is Ed going to do with his election pledges Stone?
Is his garden big enough for it?
Yeah. It seems more of the same and then some.
Isn't the 'austerity plan' only half way through their cuts?
Not a good time to be old, ill, young or poor!
I think that a government does have a major role in promoting people's health.
Adequate financing of the NHS, for a start! Mental health as well as physical.
There could be more sports and leisure centres and facilities that actually cater for everyone regardless of wealth. That would need probably state backing.
Good government is necessary to ensure people's needs are met, and no-one is living below the poverty line.
Regardless of the political party, we have a long way to go!
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