The wrong people are in control

England, wrote George Orwell in 1941, is a family with the wrong members in control. What he meant was that the country was governed by the elderly, the moneyed and the entitled, none of which even wanted to understand the scale of the problems they faced, let alone cure them, and that all energy and open-mindedness and creativity was thwarted by the sure-and-steady types that never he

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