Assuming that there are some out there, they’re probably alone – solitaire.
First the railways, then Air Traffic Control, then the NHS, then the police, and now it’s going to be the roads that get shipped off, in some form or another, to the private sector in order to increase profits and decrease efficiency. At some point, the fact that a party without a mandate has elected to go further than its manifesto pledges, instead of diluting them, this will become very, very funny. That point is when the decent people migrate to an independent Scotland and let the rest of you rot with the government England deserves. Still, there is hope for us all. The privatisation of the water companies has been a great success, as has that of the railways – the thundering water leaks and above-inflation ticket increases prove that. Who wouldn’t want a profit motive being introduced to the health, safety and critical infrastructure of the country?
Let’s play a game: how many nurses might be paid for with the public money spent on Samantha Cameron’s fluffer? And how many more with the public money spent on renovating numbers ten and eleven Downing Street so that the first family and the prick next door might be maintained in accordance with the standards to which they’ve become accustomed? Most damningly of all, none of this shit is the remotest surprise, and cunts still voted for it. Anyone seen Murder on the Orient Express?