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The Marriage of Figaro: Overture (Klemperer)

New Philharmonia Orchestra, Otto Klemperer, cond.
EMI, recorded January 1970

The Great Living Wage Robbery | By @TellMeTheEnemy


The following was originally posted on Tell Me The Enemy-”Today’s enemy –hard working families!“| By @TellMeTheEnemy


“Cutting welfare spending is not the way to cut the budget deficit”

Saturday’s Daily Telegraph featured a piece Chancellor George Osborne and Minister of State for Employment Priti Patel, defending the government’s cuts to tax credits – “There’s no alternative to our tax credit cuts

Writing for The Telegraph – ever the beacon for affluent selfishness – is an odd choice, because they’re probably preaching to the converted; nevertheless, let’s have a look at a few gems from yesterday’s attempt at justifying this inequality-increasing decision.

After some regurgitation of the 4% of global GDP / 7% of global welfare spending statistics (irrelevant) we have the statement that:

“In the last parliament, we made important progress to bring the unsustainable bill for working-age welfare under control, introducing a benefits cap…

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Bitter sweetness spun
On treetops of evening sun
Settling for the day
Reflection of choices made
Each detail heavily weighed

Cast into shadows
As the light begins to fade
Darkness surrounds thoughts
Perhaps forgotten, not lost
Under warm covers of night

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