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CLASS ACT: Now seven levels from ‘elite’ to ‘precariat’
DESPITE all the claims made by Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair of Britain becoming a classless society, along come researchers informing us that the old model of an upper, middle and working class has ‘fragmented’. Apparently there are seven classes ranging from the ‘elite’ to the ‘precariat’. According to the…

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