The United Kingdom’s economy is based squarely on the Financial Sector. From banking to insurance, and from liquidity to Capital expenditure, the financial culture of business has invaded British society, and it has done so at the expense of other industries, but always with the proviso that it would successfully maintain, by generating an abundant surplus, the lives of those who would have been let off by the destructions of industries and industry based innovations (the pioneering work into the future of mechanics and mass automation)…

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