Well, I can't really complain about the Westminster elites. “Lowest council tax in the country” - this is how tax competition should look like. I love the idea of boroughs, cities, counties, and countries competing with each other in tax rates. If price competition is good in all sorts of manufacturing and services, why not in public services?
That's the way it works in Switzerland, where cantons and cities vie for attracting residents and businesses by maintaining adequately low tax rates. That's why Switzerland is a low-tax country, and why I support the City of Westminster elites.
When speaking about the large neo-Gothic building next to the Westminster Abbey, I'm not so fond. The building itself is, admittedly, magnificent, and they haven't anything like that in Bern. The way they make fiscal policy in the House of Commons, is, however, less than excellent.