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Over 170 years after Engels, Britain is still a country that murders its poor | Aditya Chakrabortty
The victims of Grenfell Tower didn’t just die. Austerity, outsourcing and deregulation killed them – just as Victorian Manchester killed the poor then
By Aditya Chakrabortty

The 19th-century industrialists who resisted the factories acts would recognise a kindred spirit in Boris Johnson, who has claimed “health and safety fears are making Britain a safe place for extremely stupid people”. The next TV interviewer to face the foreign secretary should ask him either to repeat those words or apologise for them. But the deadliest rationale came from David Cameron, who as PM wrote off the legal protections given to workers and consumers as “an albatross around the neck of British businesses”. I cannot remember a more brazen recent statement of profits before people.”

“Seems like Louis grow fond of you.”

“Yeah… this is a quite familiar feeling…”

While my huntress is fighting for her set, Arslan Denka is chilling on the farm~

You : Pardon Cayde, you’re in the way.

Cayde-6 : Excuse you, I am the way.

You : Way to what?

Cayde-6 : The way to your heart.

“Even though I shouldn’t let it bother me, I will forever be pissed off about Tower of Terror changing to Guardians of the Galaxy. I feel like it’s just a cheap cash grab and the change doesn’t even make sense with the theme of the area, especially with how much of an eyesore the new look is. I heard they had to change it for copyright reasons, but they could have found a way to work around it if they really wanted to.”