So now you're attacking public funding of the arts. Half Tory, half Taliban?
I'm not attacking anything except a rather conceited view of society where people are pretending to be something they are not.
The hypocrisy of someone criticising an entire class as alcoholic cultureless and scrounging yet ignoring the alcoholic, scrounging and typically middle brow (apologies to Orwell) self is astounding. Someone delibertly ignoring the glaringly obvious hypocrisy to make some bicthy non point is equally astounding.
The point is that everyone benefits from society but not everyone wants to pay for it. The benefits paid to the middle classes far outweigh those paid to the others.
The idea of a working wage is good economics, why you would oppose it is beyond economic sense.
There is no inverse snobbery or any other tory cliche you care to throw, there is just the hypocrisy of the judgemental self described "classy" posters.
The wheels have to move into the future, not stay motionless in a bygone era.
That’s why a working wage is a good idea socially and economically. Companies that pay a working wage are always more likely to prosper because they have a progressive management and a loyal motivated workforce. Its simple economics.