I don't see what that contains beyond flowery suggestions and saying sorry it might hurt a bit. It also says it is costed, I wasn't able to find those costings but yeah... It also has virtually no credibility given much of it has already unravelled and been criticised by economists. The majority of people don't deliver parcels or flip burgers not that there is anything wrong with that. The average wage in the country is £26k-£28k or so which is fairly decent if you ask me. You will struggle however to earn that as a burger flipper wherever you go in the world. Only 6.7% are classed as employed and on the minimum wage, 1 in 50 are on a zero hours contract and okay a bigger proportion work part time but who knows maybe that is what they want? The vast majority seem to do okay. Take a trip to the shopping centre or have a look at the cars on the motorway and it always seems that people aren't doing as bad as you may think. Housing demand for example is unprecedented but they always sell which is odd when everyone has no money. You would think on Monday the pubs would be dead and there wouldn't be a car on the road because everyone was so skint... The reality was quite the opposite.