Reading this article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-34808717 which allows you to see where you stand in the world ranking of equality, I was led to ponder that the greatest inequality we currently face in Britain is income inequality. This is something that goes way beyond gender, race and sexual preference. We have a generation where the majority can never aspire to home ownership and for whom the ever spiraling cost of rent, coupled with the low incomes that now appear to be the norm, the prospect of escaping the poor end of society is slimmer than it's been since the war. Do you agree that in a nation where our politicians point proudly to their record on equality, income inequality should be anathema? Do you agree that everyone should earn enough to be able to save? Do you agree that home ownership should be possible for every citizen? Do you agree that by allowing the cost of a roof over our heads whether rented or owned to extend beyond a third of the average local income, successive governments have been party to the inequality we now live with?