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A government's first duty is to protect its citizens!!

It is well known that the first duty of government is to protect the citizens to whom they are answerable.  Few will disagree with this, yet many will focus on this responsibility being carried out…Continue

Started Dec 17, 2016

The NHS under further attack

Recently the idea has been inserted quietly into the media of charging patients for making visits to their GP's.  It is suggested that it would be appropriate to introduce charges for richer patients…Continue

Started Apr 5, 2014

Growth for the few on the backs of the many
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The 0.8% growth that the Chancellor, George Osborne, said signalled the country is now firmly on the mend has been achieved on the backs of short term contracts, part time jobs, zero hours contracts,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Mowatt Oct 30, 2013.

Is Socialism making a come back??
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We all watched with great interest (or not) the party conferences and there were some interesting moments that may well have indicated that things are moving to the left.  At snails pace, I grant…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by joe taylor Oct 9, 2013.


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This is the Britain (America and Europe) we live in today!

Teresa May, our new PM, stated that she wants a Britain that works for all and not just the wealthy and influential.  She re-stated this view at the recent Tory Conference, yet the reality is very different.  If one reads the newspapers, watches or listens to the news, it is not hard to see that what she and her colleagues say in public and what is real are completely at odds.  By simply perusing the information that is in the public domain, it is clear that the Tory party is…


Posted on November 28, 2016 at 17:00

The Tory Sycophants (Or should it be Sick-o-phants)

I watched the news last night and witnessed the appalling spectacle of Tory MP's falling over themselves to congratulate Cameron on his failure to muster support from EU leaders.  My own MP, Stephen O'Brien made reference to '...the previous Battle of Britain' and 'seeing off many Junkers.'   Some might say an amusing play on words.  Other Tories spoke of leadership.  What leadership?  That of a small group of Tory Euro-sceptics who live in an era long past; our questionable imperial age.…


Posted on July 1, 2014 at 15:41

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