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    The UK seems to import fair amounts of electricity from France and the Netherlands.

    Out the EU it is most likely that the cost of imports of electricity will be fairly higher and this cost could carry through to the consumer raising electricity bills.

    Solution: The UK can get itself out of capitalism and on to a road of a managed resource based economy which will allow everyone to get a equal feed and share of goods in return for there work in supporting the environment through setting up greener energy alternatives and placing research in to science to help reduce global warming.

    The Capitalist model is one with many faults in the future of the planet as in 30 years we could expect robots to be taking a lot of jobs away from people leaving the rich business owners with businesses that are staffed by robots and the humans unable to afford goods in robot run stores and industries leading to a crisis. The economic model needs to change and the UK should push the start of such a change as it is now in a good position to do so.
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    where do you come from? North Korea?
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    Corbyn is the solution. Democratic-socialism is the answer.
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    (Original post by cogito.)
    where do you come from? North Korea?
    The UK. But things do need to change.

    Robots stop jobs.

    People out of work makes people unable to afford things.

    Business does not receive money.

    Result = Economic failure
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    The UK. But things do need to change.

    Robots stop jobs.

    People out of work makes people unable to afford things.

    Business does not receive money.

    Result = Economic failure
    But the best will surive, what makes you think the Harvard Business School PhD should receive same treatment as an unemployed woman with 20 kids and have no gcse grade that above a D?
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    (Original post by cogito.)
    But the best will surive, what makes you think the Harvard Business School PhD should receive same treatment as an unemployed woman with 20 kids and have no gcse grade that above a D?
    Some jobs won't be replaced by robots but many have the possibility of been replaced so you would end up with mass problems in unemployment and this could lead to SERIOUS pressure on crime and police.

    The guy with a PhD would be still fed and clothed and housed. If he lost his job or could not find one for what ever reason would he get all of this in 20 or 30 years time in a capitalist economy? Probably not.

    A resource based economy is the way to go for meeting climate goals and reaching advancements in science. We can train more people then as robots will be working most jobs.
 
 
 
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