The latest tiff between toffs gives plenty of food for thought.
The Committee for Climate Change encouraged the Tory government to introduce a strategy to deal with flooding earlier this year, but were told it was "not appropriate at this time".
A further 500 troops have been called in to help provide flood relief to affected areas.
The left suddenly has a mass audience again and it can succeed. But unless it learns from its setbacks and defeats, then it will fail.
“You classist gimp.”
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