Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

23/3/2013

Now that really WAS austerity: Bread bulked out with chalk and debt spiralling. If you think we’ve got it tough today, think again, says the writer of the new series of Foyle’s War, set in 1946

All anyone talks about is austerity. There’s a sense of helplessness — everyone is downcast. Debt is spiralling out of control. People are disconnected from politics and trust in politicians is low.

There are concerns about unemployment and housing shortages. Juveniles seem to be ungovernable. Food is advertised as one thing, but turns out to be another. Even the weather is bad. What’s going on? for more click here

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