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Old 02-05-2021, 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Adlerhorst View Post
Sure, but political direction in the 1970s (which utterly failed) was way more important than the 1980s.

Maggie may have applied the coup de grace but it was by then very much already dead. The investment was needed in the 1960s, not the 1980s
Investment dollars were not available in the 60's with post war issues and the original cost of setting up a universal health care etc. The dollars were effectively only available post 1980 when the North Sea Oil revenue kicked in (was all costs before that). There was no reason why 'catch up' investment was not possible.
To give a family example, a sibling of mine studied Physics and Ergonomics at uni and the jobs being offered to the likes of him were in insurance, finance and banking. He never utilized the highly desired qualifications and went straight into selling mortgages!!! The tories had no interest or desire to expand manufacturing and high skilled industry.
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