Millions of Britons are desperate, facing cuts to welfare, rising energy prices and a long, cold winter.
James Brownsell is a former Al Jazeera Europe editor and the former managing editor of The New Arab. A writer, editor and occasional funk DJ, he has e... xperience reporting on politics, business and culture from across Europe, the Middle East and East Africa. He was also crowned North Wales's Best Dressed Man 1997.
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