He also dismisses the UK’s response to the emergence of the Covid-19 virus as “slow, complacent and flat-footed”, a reaction that show the government was “glaringly unprepared” for the pandemic.
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Life, with its struggles, suggests to us the importance of wealth and power or influence and success as what life is about, they suggest to us that these are the things that offer us the best chance of happiness and of having a worthwhile life.
The right will continue to push this agenda, but it will have to do so in an environment in which neither personal safety nor economy recovery is possible without massive and well-directed government.
Indeed, private care homes in Britain are struggling with unsustainable low levels of government-paid fees.
Even by the standards of webinars on the future of media (with some Covid-19 economic devastation for context), Friday’s event with advertising boss Martin Sorrell and British journalist-turned-media executive Will Lewis – hosted by communications agency Powerscourt – was heavy on the matter-of-fact gloom.