Tuesday, November 25, 2003

Financial Times: "No 10 audit posts crime and poverty warning"

"the country faces a relatively high level of crime, widening regional and income inequalities, high levels of traffic congestion and a legacy of under-achievement in skills and vocational qualifications, and has "a long way to catch up" on renewable energy and waste. On some measures, such as teenage pregnancy, the UK does so badly it is in a class of its own."

So am I a pessimist or a realist?

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