meet these additional costs would weigh particularly on millennials and generation X, pushing taxes up by 7 per cent of GDP by the 2060s." > *gulp*
higher-skilled workers, even if they are in a firm that does train" is a bit of a shocker.
It talks about high housing costs -- but not where costs are lower, and why that doesn't fill the gap.
It focuses on the national -- when national government is what has failed us here.