5 thoughts on “Theresa May’s Britain, poverty and Conservative xenophobia

  1. Interestingly too, the British Council, the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, that operates cultural centres (with very useful libraries) across the globe, thereby actively sell the image of Britain being a caring, civilized, education and development facilitator. So of course oppressed people think Britain is a good place to come to. Why would they not? But what a rude awakening when they find out what kind of nation we actually are.

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