I could go on, but my point is we should all stop and consider once in a while, realise how fortunate we are before critcising what we have been lucky enough to be gifted, accepting as the norm.
All across the world, including the UK, there are people who don't have anything close to what we have. To be without a job is indeed depressing and frustrating, imagine not having an education, a health service, a home, a decent feed on a daily basis, the facilities to wash and keep warm when it's cold, to cool down when its hitting 40 degrees of heat. To maintain decorum and have dignity for many of our fellow human beings can not even be considered, more basic needs require thought first.
Putting politics and religion to one side for a moment, let us use our common sense to reveal what is right or wrong and what is acceptable treatment.
As Mahatma Gandhi once said, "There's enough in this world for everybody's need, but not enough for everybody's greed"
We mustn't allow ourselves to be infected by corporate contamination and forget the less fortunate.