This is just too good not to share:
That is Harry Leslie Smith at the Labour Party conference.
He is a very good writer. I recommend his book, 'Harry's Last Stand'. This is from his speech:
As I stand here today, my heart is with all of those people from my generation who didnâ€™t make it past childhood, didnâ€™t get an education, grow as individuals, marry, raise a family and enjoy the fruits of retirement because they died needlessly and too early in another era of austerity, But my heart is also with the people of the present, who, because of welfare cuts and austerity measures, are struggling once more to make ends meet, and whose futures I fear for.
We should take note. These memories are fading. We should not forget them.