In 1979 Thatcher persuaded a majority of the British electorate that they were members of this home group, and that she was there to return money to its natural home. Instead of flowing it would slow and halt in one place. What happened during Thatcherism was that people came to realise that the natural home class was actually quite small, and generally you didn't belong to it. The poll tax was a practical demonstration of that fact, and the hike in interest rates was the lesson learned.
But I think people have forgotten what happened, and I suspect they will start to feel edgy about money going to 'waste', and think that they are the entitled class. And then they'll have their arses kicked for them once more by the Tories, who have been annexing other people's resources for like four hundred years, and aren't sentimental about it.
So in short, I expect Brown will have a short tenure, and lose the next election. But I hope I'm wrong.