Virginia Woolf once reflected on the “instinct for possession, the rage for acquisition” which keeps “the stockbroker and the great barrister going indoors to make money and more money and more money when it is a fact that five hundred pounds a year will keep one alive in the sunshine.” These days we’d all need a bit more than 500 pounds. But the point still remains. Everyone deserves to have everything they need to be alive in the sunshine. We’re not asking for much – and if we shared the wealth currently in the hands of a few billionaires, we’d all be able to have it.
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