Van Gogh, The Pieta’ after Delacroix 1889 Delacroix Exhibition National Gallery
What I’m listening to.
47% of Americans would need to borrow $400 in case of an emergency. That’s an emergency.
Nearly half of Americans would have trouble finding $400 to pay for an emergency. I’m one of them.
Quote: “In the 1950s and ’60s, American economic growth democratized prosperity. In the 2010s, we have managed to democratize financial insecurity.”
Blair gave us New Labour, will Cameron post-June 23rd deliver New Tory?
When the war ends on June 23, the party will require less divisive fresh faces to shape a One Nation, anti-elitist future.
William Hague embraces the state.
I spent Saturday evening in the Blue Note jazz club in New York, which tells you something about how deeply pleasant life can be when you have retired from government.
Quote ‘- “The only answer is to equip people to cope with the way the world is changing, rather than take refuge in telling them they can escape from it. Modern infrastructure, education that helps individuals to re-invent their careers several times, and the opportunity to save responsibly are all vital elements of persuading voters that their political systems can deliver.”
The new politics: globalization bad, me good.
All vow to lead a national revival through force of personality and willingness to ignore niceties.
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