There is an old saying which states "one should never wear brown in town" meaning brown shoes are inappropriate business wear in the Square Mile.
|Never wear brown in town|
I expect my plan to be 95% successful in changing people's brown shoe wearing habits over a 5 year period. So if I get £1,000,000 of charge revenue in the first year I would expect only £50,000 of revenue by the end of year 5 and only £2,500 after another 5 years. My budget would trend towards zero.
If my revenue doesn't fall it could only because my scheme isn't working and I would need to think of a different way of getting people to wear black shoes to work.
Why is it those on the left struggle to understand this concept when I talk about vehicles rather than shoes?