While I was almost being swept up in the anti-official mania sweeping the minds of all good UK citizens, I Skyped my Aunt in South Africa, and we got chatting about this fiasco. She said it was a storm in a teacup, since the law breakages were tiny compared to what goes on in SA. Azuma held an inauguration party for one day that cost taxpayers half a million rand, while many citizens are starving to death or dying needlessly through lack of healthcare. This is common-place in 3rd world countries, and, if you do fall on the wrong side of the law, you can usually (and easily) bribe your way out of trouble. So, here is a plan of action for the world to take onboard :-
1) Nobody can earn more than half a million GBP in any given year. No ifs, no buts, that's the law!
2) Everybody who earns more than fifty thousand GBP a year, has to contribute twenty pounds a month to a third world charity like Oxfam.
3) All financial records are globally accessible to everyone on the internet with no passwords or usernames needed to see them. No arguments!
That will fix most things wrong currently, I believe!