1. Why do we give people the opportunity to make decisions that impact on our lives simply because they're born into privilege? Why can't we put normal people into the House of Lords, a bit like jury service! Be fair
2. Will we always be at the mercy of arrogant, bullying buffoons in positions of power? Why can't more decent people with a vision, values and ideas have a shot? And why is the worst consequence of being an utterly shit president, prime minister or minister going on a reality show or having a lucrative career in after dinner speaking? Be fair
3. Why can't the pay of shareholders/very senior execs in big corporations be capped once it reaches a certain wealth threshold, particularly those who dodge their taxes or charge obscene amounts for the products they sell? When you have enough wealth to last several lifetimes, shouldn't you be happy to squirrel slightly less of it away into your offshore account or already bulging
pension pot so your workforce don't need to use foodbanks or get second and third jobs to survive? Be fair
4. How is it ok for the ultra-rich to cause more climate damage from a private jet trip in ONE HOUR than the average person causes in ONE YEAR, while we swelter like mugs in 40 degree temperatures that are part of a crisis we haven't created? Be fair
5. Why does the British media feature more stories on 'wokery' than the fact that vulnerable people are going to suffer this winter because they have to choose between heating their homes and eating? And why do those stories get more interest and engagement? Be fair
6. When are we going to realise that being furious with each other isn't going to get us anywhere? Be furious with the utility companies increasing our bills despite vast profits and bonuses. Be furious with our lazy, nepotistic government. Be furious with greedy corporations treating their workers like an afterthought.
THAT'S fair. At the moment, little else is.