The victory of David Cameron’s party at the UK elections shows a continuing romance of countries with the middle-class side of politics when you also consider similar governments of such countries as Australian and New Zealand. All British – based political systems going back a long way.
The three leaders – Cameron, Abbot and Key – are cut from the same cloth and adhere to similar political philosophies and ways of being.
And as they are inclined to govern, they rule over three countries that are leaving a lot of their people behind. This is not to say their parties control the destiny of every citizen’s lives. But it can be said that they are seen to be hugely linked with the status-quo and indicate a push for the blue bloods to continue ruling, maintaining financial control above all else.
Today, two days after the British elections there are demonstrations in the streets of London from people concerned about the proposed cuts from the re-elected government.