The following book extracts are taken from the most renowned academic study of the UK during the first half of the 21stnd century.
Poverty and ecological disaster.
A study of life in Britain during the post Brexit years .
Published by the CLO University press.
The Peak district School.
The Brexit disaster.
‘ As predicted the state of the UK rapidly declined with the introduction of Brexit.
The dysfunctional desires of the rabid right wing Tory government were no more than a delusional set of nightmare policies.
After Brexit the UK continued its rapid economic decline.
In the poorest areas of the country begging for food on the street increased at an alarming rate. This was not helped by the fact that most of the population no longer had the income to be able to donate to all the food banks which had rapidly increased by the 2nd decade of the century.
The social and economic effects of the withdrawal of all the EU regional funding to some of the poorest areas of Europe was increasingly noticeable as the years went by.’
Eduction and Illiteracy.
‘Unlike the rest the rest of Europe, British government public spending on education plummeted.
Thus by 2038 the official school leaving age dropped to 14. That was the same as it had been a century before.
The rate of public library closures continued.
Most alarming of all the rate of functional illiteracy in the country rose from 1 in 7, to 90 in 100 of the population.
Thus the rate of unemployment rose, as fewer and fewer of the population became qualified or skilled workers.’
‘The effects upon higher education became profound. This was especially so after the universities of Cambridge, London, and Oxford were forced to merge and become the CLO university.’
The Toxic Legacy.
‘ One of the most alarming aspects of the period was that all the nukiller plants became engulfed by rising tides, as did many of the radioactive and toxic waste dumps. The government stated that dealing with this was a priority, but there was no money left in the exchequer to solve it.
Thus the UK government had to declare a national emergency, but it was just too late to solve all these problems.
Thousands died of starvation and exposure to all the radioactive and toxic waste.’
‘ Finally, in 2042 the country became such an ecological disaster area, that the UK government begged the EU to become a European dependency, as it was totally incapable of becoming a full EU member state.’
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