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The City was transformed from a place of aristocratic decorum to one of greed-is-good. From the repositioning of Essex as a place of tasteless wealth to the vulgarization of the Cotswold gentry, from the dramatic upturn in London cuisine to the boom in weekend breaks, Thatcher’s Britain flaunted money. 8 His character quickly embedded itself in the national consciousness. Labour party opposition leader Neil Kinnock was the first reported politician to use the term as a critique of late Thatcherite economics on 20 May 1988.
Pen sketches such as these reinforced the notion that Essex Man and Woman had developed a close and lasting affinity with Thatcherism and Thatcherite free market capitalism; that the neoliberal economics which characterised those years was wholly in line with their worldview. As it turned out, in the post-Thatcher decades no political party could rely on consistent support from the majority of the electorate, whatever their earlier shared history. The relationship between working-class people and Conservatism was not especially sustained or consistent, and ‘instability’ became ‘normal politics’ (Evans 2002:220).
4 Opening scenes switch from idyllic images of other counties (with an approving voiceover speaking in Received Pronunciation) to the interior of an Essex pub in which a sing-along is taking place. Here white men in sportswear and white women wearing white stiletto shoes list the defining characteristics of Essex and Essex folk, a fragment of which we reproduce below: Essex, where there’s mobile phones galore and in every dream home a rottweiler, where you find the likes of Norman Tebbit [prominent Thatcherite and an Essex MP] go, where page three girls [tabloid models] buy their mum a bungalow.