The Future Isn't So Bright, However.
"The number of households in which no one has ever worked has more than doubled over the past 13 years, a report by the Office for National Statistics has revealed. In the second quarter of 1997, when the previous government took office, the number of workless households stood at 184,000. By the second quarter of 2010 that figure had risen to 352,000."
Labours' original plan, of which much evidence now exists, was to swell the economy via mass immigration and a booming consumer economy, of which imported "spenders" was the mechanism. That this also bought them three terms at the trough was a super plus.
All was well until the money ran out. A confused, disorientated and angry electorate chose to bash them, in 2010, without knowing what else to put in their place. Of course the dominance of The EU dictatorship made much of this irrelevant, in the long term. Short term we have a puppet regime little better than the last lot. Albeit a smidgen better is a great deal in our modern politics.
Dare I suggest that the exact same Labour tactics are now employed by The EU to marginalise the endemic populations, whilst in America and in the UK, the elite continue their Orwellian standard operating procedures?