Revision history for Social Freedom


Revision [97628]

Last edited on 2015-09-09 00:35:59 by nick
Additions:
== [[Social Freedom|Education]] - [[Welfare]] - [[Health Care|Health Care]] - [[Penal Reform|Penal Reform]]==----
Deletions:
== [[Social Freedom|Higher Education]] - [[Welfare]] - [[Health Care|Health Care]] - [[Penal Reform|Penal Reform]]==----


Revision [97626]

Edited on 2015-09-09 00:34:18 by nick
Additions:
== [[Social Freedom|Higher Education]] - [[Welfare]] - [[Health Care|Health Care]] - [[Penal Reform|Penal Reform]]==----
Deletions:
== [[Social Freedom|Higher Education]] - [[Europe]] - [[Environment]] - [[Trade|Trade]] - [[Foreign|Foreign Policy]] - [[Defence|Security & Defence]]==----


Revision [97622]

Edited on 2015-09-09 00:32:22 by nick
Deletions:
==Welfare Reform==
1) Return the //Welfare State// back to the //Safety Net// concept originally proposed by //William Beveridge//.
a) End the degrading scourge of wasted potential caused by unfulfilled lives spent on benefits.
a) The state should be solely a //safety net// for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.
a) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't: give everyone a chance to be active members of society who can fulfill their potential.
1) Abolish ALL universal state benefits (USBs):
a) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
a) Child Benefit to be Abolished: replaced by more generous Child Tax Credit system that guarantees a high quality of life and opportunity for ALL children.
a) Universal state pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by a more generous scheme of Pension Credits to guarantee a high quality of life for ALL pensioners.
i) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
a) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
a) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
1) Abolish Housing Benefit
a) A state subsidy of private landlords.
a) Distorts the rented and private housing market: increases rental values and capital price.
a) Housing benefit to be merged with a fixed rate unemployment benefit.
a) Living wage should be enough to cover all housing costs.
1) Unemployment Benefit:
a) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clammering to work here?
a) Many of the jobs being taken by socially adept //foreigners// are low technical skill but require good //Soft Skills//: //social skills//, //communication skills// and attributes such as //reliability//, //Politeness// & //Good Manners//.
a) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching these //soft skills// (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented foreigners currently dominate.
a) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!
a) Get rid of the terrible curse of //Welfare Dependency// forever.
==Health Care==
1) Everyone - regardless of age, income or background - to have equal access to a high quality health care.
1) Who provides this service is irrelevant - whoever provides the best and most efficient service (state or private) should be used in whatever proportion is required.
1) There should be no dogmatic or ideological stance on who is the best ‘provider’ of high quality health care.
1) Not //Life at all costs//: more emphasis and resources to be allocated on assisting people in terminal pain and suffering.
1) Obesity Epidemic:
a) Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to always//do something// for them.
a) Look into the psychological //causes// of obesity (ref. [[Individual Freedom|happiness agenda]]).
==Penal Reform==
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via the effect of [[Individual Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]
1) Long term prison sentences should only be for heinous crimes or those who are a danger to society if they are released.
1) For petty offenders, the emphasis will be on rehabilitation and re-connecting people with community and society.
1) Target to bring down the recidivism rate to be brought down by 90%.
1) Make prisoners feel responsible for themselves and others.
1) Build their self-confidence by allowing them to achieve in education, work or socially.


Revision [97612]

Edited on 2015-09-09 00:23:03 by nick
Additions:
@@[[Welfare|NEXT: Welfare Reform...]]@@


Revision [97611]

Edited on 2015-09-09 00:20:06 by nick
Additions:
==[[4-Pillars| Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening]]==----
==== **Social Reform**====
== [[Social Freedom|Higher Education]] - [[Europe]] - [[Environment]] - [[Trade|Trade]] - [[Foreign|Foreign Policy]] - [[Defence|Security & Defence]]==----
==Secondary Education==
Deletions:
==[[4-Pillars| Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening]]==
=====ii) Social Reform=====
==Seconday Education==


Revision [97539]

Edited on 2015-08-29 13:56:58 by nick
Additions:
==Welfare Reform==
Deletions:
""<a name="welfare"></a>""==Welfare Reform==


Revision [97538]

Edited on 2015-08-29 13:41:19 by nick
Additions:
""<a name="welfare"></a>""==Welfare Reform==
Deletions:
""<a name="top" id="top"></a>""==Welfare Reform==


Revision [97537]

Edited on 2015-08-29 12:31:03 by nick
Additions:
""<a name="top" id="top"></a>""==Welfare Reform==
Deletions:
==Welfare Reform==


Revision [97536]

Edited on 2015-08-29 12:26:53 by nick
Additions:
a) Get rid of the terrible curse of //Welfare Dependency// forever.
Deletions:
a) Get rid of terrible curse of //Welfare Dependency// forever.


Revision [97535]

Edited on 2015-08-29 12:26:06 by nick
Additions:
1) Unemployment Benefit:
a) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clammering to work here?
a) Many of the jobs being taken by socially adept //foreigners// are low technical skill but require good //Soft Skills//: //social skills//, //communication skills// and attributes such as //reliability//, //Politeness// & //Good Manners//.
a) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching these //soft skills// (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented foreigners currently dominate.
a) Get rid of terrible curse of //Welfare Dependency// forever.
Deletions:
1) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clammering to work here?
a) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good //Soft Skills//: //social skills//, //communication skills// and attributes such as //reliability//.
a) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
a) Get rid of terrible curse of 'welfare dependency' for ever.


Revision [97534]

Edited on 2015-08-29 12:06:35 by nick
Additions:
1) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clammering to work here?
a) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good //Soft Skills//: //social skills//, //communication skills// and attributes such as //reliability//.
Deletions:
1) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clambering to work here?
a) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good 'social skills' and attributes such as 'reliability'.


Revision [97527]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:32:50 by nick
Additions:
a) Look into the psychological //causes// of obesity (ref. [[Individual Freedom|happiness agenda]]).
Deletions:
a) Look into the psychological //causes// of obesity (ref. [[Individual Freedom]]|happiness agenda]]).


Revision [97526]

Edited on 2015-08-28 15:32:31 by nick
Additions:
1) Not //Life at all costs//: more emphasis and resources to be allocated on assisting people in terminal pain and suffering.
1) Obesity Epidemic:
a) Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to always//do something// for them.
a) Look into the psychological //causes// of obesity (ref. [[Individual Freedom]]|happiness agenda]]).
Deletions:
1) Obesity Epidemic: Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to //do something// for them.


Revision [97353]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:14:47 by nick
Additions:
a) Equality of opportunity means that EVERYONE should have access to high class education, and the provider of these services (private or public) is irrelevant.
a) Expand the successful parts of the //Private Sector//, and make available to ALL talented state school children.
a) State schools to encourage the promotion of //elites// in all fields and challenge the hegemony of the private education establishments.
a) Stop the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by making the state sector AS GOOD as the private sector.
Deletions:
a) Expand the Private Sector, and make available to ALL talented state school children.
a) State schools to encourage the promotion of ‘elites’ in all fields and challenge the hegemony of the private education establishments.
a) Stop the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete by just being BETTER than them.


Revision [97352]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:08:30 by nick
Additions:
a) UK students to pay the same as overseas students.
a) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
a) Students from very low income families will not pay ANY tuition fees at all: universities and government will pay ALL the Tuition fees for them and provide full grants.
a) A sliding means tested scale will be introduced that will reduce the amount of tuition fees for all but the highest earners, including maintenance grants.
a) The reason for living is more than just healthcare and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
a) Expand and exploit one of the UK's greatest success stories: our world leading education and knowledge sector.
a) Pour private and public investment into R&D and creativity: government to be responsible for essential basic science and humanities that have no tangible return on investment.
a) UK to attract top creative, science, musical, literary, drama, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
a) At least 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
a) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leading UK research establishments.
a) A major cause of intolerance and lack of social cohesion in society.
a) Encouraging //ghettoisation// leads to a //fear of outsiders// that has been at the root of wars, nationalism and extremism.
a) The liberal values of tolerance, understanding and community integration supersede any individual's freedom to choose isolation, separation and prejudice.
a) Integration in ALL schools, including Northern Island, to be compulsory.
a) All religious services to be taken out of schools.
a) Religious education will be removed from the curriculum, and instead the world's religions will be discussed as a general part of a compulsory //Moral Philosophy// module.
Deletions:
i) UK students to pay the same as overseas students.
i) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
i) Students from very low income families will not pay ANY tuition fees at all: universities and government will pay ALL the Tuition fees for them and provide full grants.
i) A sliding means tested scale will be introduced that will reduce the amount of tuition fees for all but the highest earners, including maintenance grants.
1) The reason for living is more than just healthcare and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
1) Expand and exploit one of the UK's greatest success stories: our world leading education and knowledge sector.
1) Pour private and public investment into R&D and creativity: government to be responsible for essential basic science and humanities that have no tangible return on investment.
1) UK to attract top creative, science, musical, literary, drama, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
1) 1) At least 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leading UK research establishments.
1) A major cause of intolerance and lack of social cohesion in society.
1) Encouraging //ghettoisation// leads to a //fear of outsiders// that has been at the root of wars, nationalism and extremism.
1) The liberal values of tolerance, understanding and community integration supersede any individual's freedom to choose isolation, separation and prejudice.
1) Integration in ALL schools, including Northern Island, to be compulsory.
1) All religious services to be taken out of schools.
1) Religious education will be removed from the curriculum, and instead the world's religions will be discussed as a general part of a compulsory //Moral Philosophy// module.


Revision [97351]

Edited on 2015-07-27 20:07:28 by nick
Additions:
a) End the degrading scourge of wasted potential caused by unfulfilled lives spent on benefits.
a) The state should be solely a //safety net// for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.
a) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't: give everyone a chance to be active members of society who can fulfill their potential.
a) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
a) Child Benefit to be Abolished: replaced by more generous Child Tax Credit system that guarantees a high quality of life and opportunity for ALL children.
a) Universal state pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
a) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
a) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
a) A state subsidy of private landlords.
a) Distorts the rented and private housing market: increases rental values and capital price.
a) Housing benefit to be merged with a fixed rate unemployment benefit.
a) Living wage should be enough to cover all housing costs.
a) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good 'social skills' and attributes such as 'reliability'.
a) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
a) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!
a) Get rid of terrible curse of 'welfare dependency' for ever.
Deletions:
1) End the degrading scourge of wasted potential caused by unfulfilled lives spent on benefits.
1) The state should be solely a //safety net// for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.
1) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't: give everyone a chance to be active members of society who can fulfill their potential.
1) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
1) Child Benefit to be Abolished: replaced by more generous Child Tax Credit system that guarantees a high quality of life and opportunity for ALL children.
1) Universal state pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
1) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
1) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
1) A state subsidy of private landlords.
1) Distorts the rented and private housing market: increases rental values and capital price.
1) Housing benefit to be merged with a fixed rate unemployment benefit.
1) Living wage should be enough to cover all housing costs.
1) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good 'social skills' and attributes such as 'reliability'.
1) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!
1) Get rid of terrible curse of 'welfare dependency' for ever.


Revision [97108]

Edited on 2015-07-24 20:41:18 by nick
Additions:
1) UK to become the research, creative, scientific, literary, musical, drama and artistic **Capital of the World**.
1) Expand and exploit one of the UK's greatest success stories: our world leading education and knowledge sector.
1) Pour private and public investment into R&D and creativity: government to be responsible for essential basic science and humanities that have no tangible return on investment.
1) UK to attract top creative, science, musical, literary, drama, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
Deletions:
1) UK to become the creative, scientific, music, artistic **Research based Capital of the World**.
1) Expand and exploit one of the UK's greatest success stories: our world leading education, knowledge and research sector.
1) Pour investment into R&D and creativity: government to be responsible for basic science and humanities that have no tangible return on investment.
1) UK to attract top creative, science, artistic, and research talent from around the world.


Revision [97107]

Edited on 2015-07-24 20:37:35 by nick
Additions:
1) UK to become the creative, scientific, music, artistic **Research based Capital of the World**.
Deletions:
1) UK to become a creative, scientific, artistic, and **research based powerhouse**.


Revision [97106]

Edited on 2015-07-24 20:36:22 by nick
Additions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leading UK research establishments.
Deletions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leadingUK research establishments.


Revision [97104]

Edited on 2015-07-24 20:26:31 by nick
Additions:
1) Everyone - regardless of age, income or background - to have equal access to a high quality health care.
Deletions:
1) Everyone - regardless of age, income or background - to have access to an equally high quality health care.


Revision [97102]

Edited on 2015-07-24 20:24:17 by nick
Additions:
1) Obesity Epidemic: Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to //do something// for them.
Deletions:
1) Obesity Epidemic:
1) Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to 'do something' for them.


Revision [97093]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:54:05 by nick
Additions:
1) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't: give everyone a chance to be active members of society who can fulfill their potential.
Deletions:
1) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't.


Revision [97092]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:52:58 by nick
Additions:
1) The state should be solely a //safety net// for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.
1) An emphasis on //Ability// not //Disability//: focus on what people can do rather than what they can't.
Deletions:
1) The state should be solely a ‘safety net’ for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.


Revision [97091]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:50:59 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish ALL **Faith Schools** and selection by faith
1) Return the //Welfare State// back to the //Safety Net// concept originally proposed by //William Beveridge//.
1) End the degrading scourge of wasted potential caused by unfulfilled lives spent on benefits.
Deletions:
1) Abolish ALL Faith Schools and selection by faith
1) Return the 'Welfare State' back to the ‘Safety Net’ concept originally proposed by William Beveridge.


Revision [97090]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:46:41 by nick
Additions:
a) Sport to be expanded for everyone as a foundation to encourage teamwork and competitiveness, for psychological enhancement, and healthy happy living (especially the problems of obesity in society).
Deletions:
a) Sport to be encouraged for everyone as a foundation to encourage teamwork and competitiveness, for psychological enhancement, and healthy happy living (especially the problems of obesity in society).


Revision [97089]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:46:07 by nick
Additions:
a) Sport to be encouraged for everyone as a foundation to encourage teamwork and competitiveness, for psychological enhancement, and healthy happy living (especially the problems of obesity in society).
Deletions:
a) Sport encouraged for everyone as a foundation to encourage teamwork and competitiveness, for psychological enhancement, and healthy happy living (especially the problems of obesity in society).


Revision [97088]

Edited on 2015-07-24 16:40:10 by nick
Additions:
1) State Education:
a) Expand the Private Sector, and make available to ALL talented state school children.
a) State schools to encourage the promotion of ‘elites’ in all fields and challenge the hegemony of the private education establishments.
a) Stop the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete by just being BETTER than them.
a) Emphasis on creating special elite schools for Academic, Creative and Sporting success.
a) Elite Technical Schools for trades and vocational training.
a) Sport encouraged for everyone as a foundation to encourage teamwork and competitiveness, for psychological enhancement, and healthy happy living (especially the problems of obesity in society).
Deletions:
1) Hugely expand the secondary private sector, and make available to ALL talented state school children.
1) State schools to encourage the promotion of an academic ‘elite’ that challenges the hegemony of the private education establishments, thus removing the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete.


Revision [97018]

Edited on 2015-07-22 15:11:06 by nick

No Differences

Revision [97009]

Edited on 2015-07-22 10:10:49 by nick
Additions:
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by a more generous scheme of Pension Credits to guarantee a high quality of life for ALL pensioners.
Deletions:
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state via Pension Credits to guarantee a high quality of life for ALL pensioners.


Revision [97005]

Edited on 2015-07-22 09:58:24 by nick
Additions:
1) Child Benefit to be Abolished: replaced by more generous Child Tax Credit system that guarantees a high quality of life and opportunity for ALL children.
Deletions:
1) Child benefit to be hugely increased for very low income families.


Revision [97004]

Edited on 2015-07-22 09:53:01 by nick
Additions:
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state via Pension Credits to guarantee a high quality of life for ALL pensioners.
Deletions:
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.


Revision [97003]

Edited on 2015-07-22 09:39:37 by nick

No Differences

Revision [96990]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:10:40 by nick
Additions:
1) UK to become a creative, scientific, artistic, and **research based powerhouse**.
Deletions:
1) UK to become a creative, scientific, artistic, and research based powerhouse.


Revision [96989]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:10:21 by nick
Additions:
1) Expand and exploit one of the UK's greatest success stories: our world leading education, knowledge and research sector.
Deletions:
1) Expand our World leading knowledge sector.


Revision [96988]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:09:03 by nick
Additions:
i) UK students to pay the same as overseas students.
i) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
i) Students from very low income families will not pay ANY tuition fees at all: universities and government will pay ALL the Tuition fees for them and provide full grants.
i) A sliding means tested scale will be introduced that will reduce the amount of tuition fees for all but the highest earners, including maintenance grants.
1) The reason for living is more than just healthcare and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
1) Expand our World leading knowledge sector.
1) Pour investment into R&D and creativity: government to be responsible for basic science and humanities that have no tangible return on investment.
1) UK to attract top creative, science, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
1) 1) At least 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leadingUK research establishments.
Deletions:
1) UK students to pay the same as overseas students.
1) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
1) Students from very low income families will not pay ANY tuition fees at all: universities and government will pay ALL the Tuition fees for them and provide full grants.
1) A sliding means tested scale will be introduced that will reduce the amount of tuition fees for all but the highest earners, including maintenance grants.
1) The reason for living is more than just healthcare and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
1) Pour money into R&D and creativity.
1) At least 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) Expand our World leading knowledge sector.
1) UK to attract top creative, science, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leadingUK research establishments.


Revision [96987]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:04:46 by nick
Additions:
1) University **Tuition Fee** caps to be abolished:
Deletions:
1) University Tuition Fee caps to be abolished:


Revision [96986]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:04:23 by nick

No Differences

Revision [96985]

Edited on 2015-07-21 20:03:32 by nick
Additions:
1) UK students to pay the same as overseas students.
1) Students from very low income families will not pay ANY tuition fees at all: universities and government will pay ALL the Tuition fees for them and provide full grants.
1) A sliding means tested scale will be introduced that will reduce the amount of tuition fees for all but the highest earners, including maintenance grants.
Deletions:
1) UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
1) Universities and government to pay ALL the Tuition fees and provide full grants for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.


Revision [96978]

Edited on 2015-07-21 19:43:50 by nick
Additions:
i) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.
i) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
Deletions:
1) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.


Revision [96977]

Edited on 2015-07-21 19:43:33 by nick
Additions:
1) Universal state pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
1) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
Deletions:
1) State pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
1) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.


Revision [96975]

Edited on 2015-07-21 19:39:11 by nick
Deletions:
1) Abolish Tax Credits
1) They have created a 'Dependency' culture among employers: the state subsidises the employers.
1) A disincentive for people to aspire as they lose out when they earn more.
1) High wage and high skill economy whereby no one in full time work need subsidising by the state.


Revision [96974]

Edited on 2015-07-21 19:38:15 by nick
Deletions:


Revision [96972]

Edited on 2015-07-21 19:34:37 by nick
Additions:
1) State pensions to be removed: citizens will be compensated by the removal of all income tax/NI contributions on their pension pots.
1) Low income pensioners will have their income topped up by the state.
Deletions:
1) State pensions to be hugely increased for low income pensioners


Revision [96930]

Edited on 2015-07-18 19:48:11 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish ALL Faith Schools and selection by faith
Deletions:
1) Abolish ALL faith schools and selection by faith


Revision [96929]

Edited on 2015-07-18 19:47:55 by nick
Additions:
1) All religious services to be taken out of schools.
1) Religious education will be removed from the curriculum, and instead the world's religions will be discussed as a general part of a compulsory //Moral Philosophy// module.
1) State schools to encourage the promotion of an academic ‘elite’ that challenges the hegemony of the private education establishments, thus removing the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete.
Deletions:
1) State schools to encourage the promotion of an academic ‘elite’ that challenges the hegemony of the private education establishments.
1) Remove the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete.


Revision [96928]

Edited on 2015-07-18 19:43:49 by nick
Additions:
1) Encouraging //ghettoisation// leads to a //fear of outsiders// that has been at the root of wars, nationalism and extremism.
Deletions:
1) Causes //ghettoisation// and fear of outsiders that has been at the root of wars, nationalism and extremism.


Revision [96927]

Edited on 2015-07-18 19:42:25 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish ALL faith schools and selection by faith
1) A major cause of intolerance and lack of social cohesion in society.
1) Causes //ghettoisation// and fear of outsiders that has been at the root of wars, nationalism and extremism.
1) The liberal values of tolerance, understanding and community integration supersede any individual's freedom to choose isolation, separation and prejudice.
1) Integration in ALL schools, including Northern Island, to be compulsory.
Deletions:
1) Abolish all faith schools and selection by faith
1) Integration in all schools, including Northern Island, to be compulsory.


Revision [96845]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:45:48 by nick
Additions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via the effect of [[Individual Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]
Deletions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]


Revision [96844]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:45:27 by nick
Additions:
1) Long term prison sentences should only be for heinous crimes or those who are a danger to society if they are released.
1) For petty offenders, the emphasis will be on rehabilitation and re-connecting people with community and society.
1) Make prisoners feel responsible for themselves and others.
1) Build their self-confidence by allowing them to achieve in education, work or socially.
Deletions:
1) Emphasis on rehabilitation and re-connecting people with community and society.
1) Praise for offenders and make them feel good about themselves.
1) Make people feel responsible for themselves and others.


Revision [96843]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:41:47 by nick
Additions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]
Deletions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual_Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]


Revision [96842]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:41:25 by nick
Additions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual_Freedom|victimless crime abolition.]]
Deletions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual_Freedom|//victimless crime// abolition.]]


Revision [96841]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:41:11 by nick
Additions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of [[Individual_Freedom|//victimless crime// abolition.]]
Deletions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of victimless crime abolition.


Revision [96840]

Edited on 2015-07-14 18:40:20 by nick
Additions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% via effect of victimless crime abolition.
Deletions:
1) Reduce prison population by 50% (effect of drugs & prostitution policy).


Revision [96504]

Edited on 2015-07-09 14:46:50 by nick
Additions:
1) Obesity Epidemic:
1) Individuals to take personal responsibilities for their lifestyle choices, and not expect the state to 'do something' for them.


Revision [96480]

Edited on 2015-07-09 12:35:50 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish Tax Credits
1) They have created a 'Dependency' culture among employers: the state subsidises the employers.
1) A disincentive for people to aspire as they lose out when they earn more.
1) High wage and high skill economy whereby no one in full time work need subsidising by the state.


Revision [96479]

Edited on 2015-07-09 12:21:10 by nick
Additions:
1) Universities and government to pay ALL the Tuition fees and provide full grants for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.
Deletions:
1) Universities and government to pay ALL the Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.


Revision [96478]

Edited on 2015-07-06 12:08:53 by nick
Additions:
1) Living wage should be enough to cover all housing costs.
Deletions:
1) Living wage should cover all housing costs


Revision [96477]

Edited on 2015-07-06 12:08:29 by nick
Additions:
1) Abolish Housing Benefit
1) A state subsidy of private landlords.
1) Distorts the rented and private housing market: increases rental values and capital price.
1) Housing benefit to be merged with a fixed rate unemployment benefit.
1) Living wage should cover all housing costs


Revision [73486]

Edited on 2015-07-02 21:01:47 by nick
Additions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of their proximity to world leadingUK research establishments.
Deletions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of the location of world leag UK research centres.


Revision [73390]

Edited on 2015-07-02 21:00:36 by nick
Additions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed [[economic freedom|corporation tax elimination]], and because of the location of world leag UK research centres.
Deletions:
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed corporation tax elimination, and because of the location of world leag UK research centres.


Revision [73269]

Edited on 2015-07-02 20:58:56 by nick
Additions:
1) The reason for living is more than just healthcare and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
Deletions:
1) The reason for living is more than health care and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.


Revision [73219]

Edited on 2015-07-02 20:58:09 by nick
Additions:
1) UK to become a creative, scientific, artistic, and research based powerhouse.


Revision [70569]

Edited on 2015-07-02 20:21:03 by nick
Additions:
=====ii) Social Reform=====
Deletions:
=====i) Social Reform=====


Revision [70555]

Edited on 2015-07-02 20:20:51 by nick
Additions:
=====i) Social Reform=====
Deletions:
=====2) Social Reform=====


Revision [68397]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:50:48 by nick
Additions:
1) The state should be solely a ‘safety net’ for those families and individuals that have fallen on hard times, or need assistance in leading fulfilled and productive lives.


Revision [67053]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:31:46 by nick
Additions:
=====2) Social Reform=====
Deletions:
======2) Social Reform======


Revision [66659]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:25:48 by nick
Additions:
1) University Tuition Fee caps to be abolished:
Deletions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished:


Revision [66643]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:25:34 by nick
Additions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished:
1) UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
Deletions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.


Revision [66609]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:25:10 by nick
Additions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
Deletions:
1) 1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.


Revision [66586]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:24:51 by nick
Additions:
1) 1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
Deletions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.


Revision [66566]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:24:29 by nick
Additions:
1) University Tuition fee caps to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
Deletions:
1) University Tuition fee limits to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.


Revision [66523]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:23:53 by nick
Additions:
1) Universities and government to pay ALL the Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.
Deletions:
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.


Revision [66444]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:22:45 by nick
Additions:
1) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.
Deletions:
1) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.


Revision [66411]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:22:16 by nick
Additions:
1) The reason for living is more than health care and possessions: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
1) At least 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) Expand our World leading knowledge sector.
1) Businesses to be encouraged to vastly increase UK based research and development via the proposed corporation tax elimination, and because of the location of world leag UK research centres.
Deletions:
1) Expand our World leadingknowledge sector.
1) 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) Companies encouraged to fund research through corporation tax elimination and the attraction of the world’s leading research centres.
1) The reason for living is more than health care and possession: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.


Revision [65990]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:15:52 by nick
Additions:
1) Why is there still a 5.5% unemployment rate in the UK when the economy is producing so many jobs, while foreigners are clambering to work here?
1) Many of the jobs being taken by foreigners are low technical skill but require good 'social skills' and attributes such as 'reliability'.
1) More emphasis, therefore, on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!
1) Get rid of terrible curse of 'welfare dependency' for ever.
Deletions:
1) Get rid of welfare dependency for ever.


Revision [65497]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:09:02 by nick
Additions:
==Higher Education==
1) Expand our World leadingknowledge sector.
1) Pour money into R&D and creativity.
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £150,000pa.
==Seconday Education==
Deletions:
==Education==
1) Expand our World Class knowledge sector: pour money into R&D and creativity.
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £50,000pa.
1) More emphasis on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!


Revision [65230]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:04:52 by nick
Additions:
1) Return the 'Welfare State' back to the ‘Safety Net’ concept originally proposed by William Beveridge.
Deletions:
1) Return Welfare benefits to the ‘Safety Net’ originally proposed by Beveridge.


Revision [65101]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:03:11 by nick

No Differences

Revision [65082]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:02:56 by nick
Additions:
1) More emphasis on teaching ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill many low-skill jobs that well presented and socially adept foreigners currently dominate.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!


Revision [65053]

Edited on 2015-07-02 19:02:32 by nick
Additions:
1) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
Deletions:
1) Teach ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill low-skill jobs that foreigners currently dominate.
1) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!


Revision [64783]

Edited on 2015-07-02 18:58:37 by nick
Additions:
1) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
1) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
1) Child benefit to be hugely increased for very low income families.
1) State pensions to be hugely increased for low income pensioners
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
1) Get rid of welfare dependency for ever.
Deletions:
1) Child benefit to be hugely increased for very low income families.
1) State pensions to be hugely increased for low income pensioners
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
1) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
1) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
1) Get rid of welfare dependency for ever.
1)


Revision [64315]

Edited on 2015-07-02 18:51:21 by nick
Deletions:
1) Decriminalize class A, B & C Drugs.
1) Re-Focus drugs campaign away from supply and instead onto demand. i.e. why do people feel the need to take drugs in the first place?
1) Legalise & regulate Prostitution: open licensed brothels.
1) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
1) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
1) The Human Rights of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
1) BBC licence fee to be cut by 75%: emphasis on high quality and innovative programming and journalism. No more sports events, etc. that commercial stations cover.


Revision [60912]

Edited on 2015-07-02 17:56:55 by nick
Additions:
1)
1) Decriminalize class A, B & C Drugs.
1) Re-Focus drugs campaign away from supply and instead onto demand. i.e. why do people feel the need to take drugs in the first place?
1) Legalise & regulate Prostitution: open licensed brothels.
1) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
1) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
1) The Human Rights of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
1) BBC licence fee to be cut by 75%: emphasis on high quality and innovative programming and journalism. No more sports events, etc. that commercial stations cover.


Revision [60273]

Edited on 2015-07-02 17:46:29 by nick
Additions:
======2) Social Reform======
==Education==
1) Hugely expand the secondary private sector, and make available to ALL talented state school children.
1) Expand our World Class knowledge sector: pour money into R&D and creativity.
1) Companies encouraged to fund research through corporation tax elimination and the attraction of the world’s leading research centres.
1) The reason for living is more than health care and possession: mankind’s duty is about discovering more about the universe and pushing the capabilities of our creativity.
1) 10% of all R&D expenditure to be on basic research (inc. science, history, literature) that will probably have no measurable return on investment (ROI).
1) UK to attract top creative, science, artistic, and research talent from around the world.
1) University Tuition fee limits to be abolished: UK citizens to pay the same as overseas students.
1) All wealthy households will pay the full amount: at present, families that sent their children to private schools are being subsidised by the taxpayer!
1) Universities and government to pay all Tuition fees and provide full grant for very low income families, with a sliding means tested scale up to family income of £50,000pa.
1) Abolish all faith schools and selection by faith
1) Integration in all schools, including Northern Island, to be compulsory.
1) State schools to encourage the promotion of an academic ‘elite’ that challenges the hegemony of the private education establishments.
1) Remove the unfair and unjust advantages of privilege by rendering the private schools unnecessary and obsolete.
==Health Care==
1) Everyone - regardless of age, income or background - to have access to an equally high quality health care.
1) Who provides this service is irrelevant - whoever provides the best and most efficient service (state or private) should be used in whatever proportion is required.
1) There should be no dogmatic or ideological stance on who is the best ‘provider’ of high quality health care.
==Penal Reform==
1) Reduce prison population by 50% (effect of drugs & prostitution policy).
1) Emphasis on rehabilitation and re-connecting people with community and society.
1) Praise for offenders and make them feel good about themselves.
1) Target to bring down the recidivism rate to be brought down by 90%.
1) Make people feel responsible for themselves and others.
==Welfare Reform==
1) Return Welfare benefits to the ‘Safety Net’ originally proposed by Beveridge.
1) Abolish ALL universal state benefits (USBs):
1) Child benefit to be hugely increased for very low income families.
1) State pensions to be hugely increased for low income pensioners
1) Fuel allowance, Travel passes & TV licence to be removed from pensioners all together.
1) Re-direct the savings from the abolition on USBs to the most needy - ie. spend MORE on those at the bottom.
1) Remove benefits for healthy long-term unemployed. Redirect money saved to the short term unemployed and disabled.
1) Get rid of welfare dependency for ever.
1) Teach ‘soft skills’ (eg communication, manners, politeness) for unqualified people to fill low-skill jobs that foreigners currently dominate.
1) Remove benefit from anyone who won’t take a job at their skill level.
1) Solve mass immigration problem by ensuring that most of the jobs in the UK are filled by UK citizens!
Deletions:
======2) Social Freedom======
1) Decriminalize class A, B & C Drugs.
1) Re-Focus drugs campaign away from supply and instead onto demand. i.e. why do people feel the need to take drugs in the first place?
1) Legalise & regulate Prostitution: open licensed brothels.
1) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
1) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
1) The Human Rights of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
1) BBC licence fee to be cut by 75%: emphasis on high quality and innovative programming and journalism. No more sports events, etc. that commercial stations cover.
1) Emphasis on happiness and fulfilment, not finance.
1) Everyone should be happy and excited by life, not anxious, fearful, and stressed. A new Utopian society will be created by encouraging everyone to fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams.
1) The ‘working late in the office’ long hours culture is undermining the family and fails to allow individuals to enjoy the benefits of a free and affluent society.
1) Recruitment of individuals into services and business will look far more at ‘output’ rather than ‘input’, thus creating a more efficient, productive and happier workforce.
1) Executives who work long hours will be regarded as socially irresponsible, and questions will be asked about their efficiency and suitability.
1) Decriminalise all drugs - and legalise many of the least harmful - but strictly regulate their sale and quality.
1) End to the Fearful Society
1) Politicians and media have combined to make people anxious about people and communities, exemplified by the completely irrational ‘stranger-danger’ fixation by parents toward their children.
1) The worst ‘child abuse’ scandals have come from institutions, celebrities and authority figures, NOT from unknown strangers.
1) We will create a society at ease with itself that looks outwards and ask as individuals how they can help and contribute to their community.


Revision [11728]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:39:44 by nick
Additions:
==[[4-Pillars| Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening]]==
======2) Social Freedom======
Deletions:
==Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening==
======Social Freedom======


Revision [11362]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:27:24 by nick
Deletions:
1)


Revision [11354]

Edited on 2015-07-02 01:27:13 by nick
Additions:
==Reform: 4-Pillars of the Liberal Awakening==
======Social Freedom======
1) Decriminalize class A, B & C Drugs.
1) Re-Focus drugs campaign away from supply and instead onto demand. i.e. why do people feel the need to take drugs in the first place?
1) Legalise & regulate Prostitution: open licensed brothels.
1) All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
1) All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
1) The Human Rights of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
1) BBC licence fee to be cut by 75%: emphasis on high quality and innovative programming and journalism. No more sports events, etc. that commercial stations cover.
1) Emphasis on happiness and fulfilment, not finance.
1) Everyone should be happy and excited by life, not anxious, fearful, and stressed. A new Utopian society will be created by encouraging everyone to fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams.
1) The ‘working late in the office’ long hours culture is undermining the family and fails to allow individuals to enjoy the benefits of a free and affluent society.
1) Recruitment of individuals into services and business will look far more at ‘output’ rather than ‘input’, thus creating a more efficient, productive and happier workforce.
1) Executives who work long hours will be regarded as socially irresponsible, and questions will be asked about their efficiency and suitability.
1) Decriminalise all drugs - and legalise many of the least harmful - but strictly regulate their sale and quality.
1) End to the Fearful Society
1) Politicians and media have combined to make people anxious about people and communities, exemplified by the completely irrational ‘stranger-danger’ fixation by parents toward their children.
1) The worst ‘child abuse’ scandals have come from institutions, celebrities and authority figures, NOT from unknown strangers.
1) We will create a society at ease with itself that looks outwards and ask as individuals how they can help and contribute to their community.
1)
Deletions:
Social Freedom
Decriminalize class A, B & C Drugs.
Re-Focus drugs campaign away from supply and instead onto demand. i.e. why do people feel the need to take drugs in the first place?
Legalise & regulate Prostitution: open licensed brothels.
All religion to be treated as a belief system that can be challenged without extra protection by the law.
All religious courts (eg. sharia, Jewish etc) to be abolished in the UK.
The Human Rights of an individual and the new Bill of Rights will always take primacy over religious doctrine in a court of law when there is a conflict between the two.
BBC licence fee to be cut by 75%: emphasis on high quality and innovative programming and journalism. No more sports events, etc. that commercial stations cover.
Emphasis on happiness and fulfilment, not finance.
Everyone should be happy and excited by life, not anxious, fearful, and stressed. A new Utopian society will be created by encouraging everyone to fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams.
The ‘working late in the office’ long hours culture is undermining the family and fails to allow individuals to enjoy the benefits of a free and affluent society.
Recruitment of individuals into services and business will look far more at ‘output’ rather than ‘input’, thus creating a more efficient, productive and happier workforce.
Executives who work long hours will be regarded as socially irresponsible, and questions will be asked about their efficiency and suitability.
Decriminalise all drugs - and legalise many of the least harmful - but strictly regulate their sale and quality.
End to the Fearful Society
Politicians and media have combined to make people anxious about people and communities, exemplified by the completely irrational ‘stranger-danger’ fixation by parents toward their children.
The worst ‘child abuse’ scandals have come from institutions, celebrities and authority figures, NOT from unknown strangers.
We will create a society at ease with itself that looks outwards and ask as individuals how they can help and contribute to their community.


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