Brexit one month on: currency lows and talent fear | TechCrunch

"One founder also recounted several instances of non-British EU workers being made to feel unwelcome in the UK after the referendum vote, and expressed concern about the UK’s social cohesiveness and the future trajectory of ‘Britishness’ — suggesting the UK could see a brain-drain if entrepreneurs feel compelled to look elsewhere for a social structure that matches their expectations for tolerance and liberal values."

Poverty costs UK £78bn a year, Joseph Rowntree Foundation says – BBC News

I'll bet it would cost less than half that amount to actually solve the problems rather than solve the result of the problems. But what do I know.

The effects of poverty in the UK cost the average taxpayer £1,200 a year, and the UK £78bn in total, with the NHS bearing the brunt, a report suggests.