High-brow or downright pretentious, good PNR or sparkly vampires, I don't care about the premise so long as it entertains me.
I was hoping for something more unbiased. It's the sort of thing written to please newspaper readers - namely, the older demographic. Gen Y in particular seems to be this author's favourite whipping toy. The piece on "stalking Gen Y" and our hedonistic upkeep seemed like something written to appease David Cameron as he trebled university fees and got on his high education horse.