Well, I'm South London and working class but I might have a hard time too, with some them anyway, as I'm not right wing and and don't share their disdain for people on benefits or their xenophobia. I worked with working class people and most voted Labour, but some were very vocal about politics and were working class Tories who hated the welfare state, at least the way that some unfortunate people needed to use it, (but you will always get some scallywags abusing the system, but it's peanuts compared to the £gazillions the aristocracy steal from the state every year). And these working class Tories were very anti union too, despite how unions had given them good pensions, good sick pay, and five weeks holiday a year. But sadly, not many of my colleagues would ever argue with them, which made me feel isolated as it seemed that I was the only real Leftie left, because everyone else had had their minds taken over by the neoliberals. It's The Matrix, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
I also found it maddening how most people seemed to have very little idea about politics because they mainly just read the tabloid press, which would go on and on about taxes like a old stuck gramophone record, and would go on constantly about welfare benefit cheats, and the cost of public services. But in fact with MMT, Labour should become the low tax party while the Conservatives would have become high tax, but low public spending austerity party. What sort of deal is that?
But these high taxes stops capitalism from working properly because most people have far less money to spend than they should, so perhaps the very rich should pay most of the taxes instead? Milton Friedman and his Chicago School economics doesn't work, so maybe it's time to try something else. New Labour and Bill Clinton went on and on about the Third Way and said whatever works? So come on, let's give it a go, let's push it through Parliament and Congress that only the mega rich pay taxes. I bet it works!
Anyway, here's that scallywag, David Cameron.