UNICEF, the UN company that gives humanitarian support to youngsters worldwide, is arranging Christmas breakfasts for kids in Britain for the first time in its 70-year-history. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Chief of the Home of Commons, is outraged, describing it as a “stunt” for which it should be “ashamed”
Labour MP Zarah Sultana denounced the “grotesque inequality” within the Commons, as she mentioned the rich few have been having fun with “obscene riches” whereas youngsters go hungry. Addressing Mr Rees-Mogg, she mentioned: “From Tory donors handed billions in dodgy contracts to folks just like the Chief of the Home, who’s reportedly in line to obtain an £800,000 dividend payout this 12 months. So will (he) give Authorities time to debate the necessity to make him and his super-rich friends pay their fair proportion in order that we are able to finish the grotesque inequality that scars our society?”
Think about this man’s private wealth is within the area of $200m, “together with his spouse’s anticipated inheritance”. There is a level of no return in this type of complete indifference and contempt. Think about it as a take a look at: if the British will take this from their authorities, they’re going to take something.