A government spokesperson stated today that the government agrees it has run roughshod over the aspirations of the population. 'The youth of today dare not dream of owning a house, of having a worthwhile career, of a decent society,' he said. Acknowledging that the government is likely to face the toughest election since 1997, he said they had decided on a change of policy.
'We will allow people to dream of owning a house. We want them to be able to imagine having a career. We're not going to do anything to enable these aspirations, of course, but they have our permission. If they vote us in next time we'll add a few more items to their wish lists, such as hoping not to freeze in their parents' home, but don't hold your breath,' he said.
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