I listen to Jeremy Hunt talking on the radio about the NHS. He is calm, softly spoken, subdued. It s Friday 12th February. Jeremy does not make wild claims about how many £billions the Government is investing in hospitals. He seems to accept that there is very little he and his Government can do. Accepts that things are happening in hospitals that are unacceptable. Jeremy doesn’t … Continue reading A vote for a Westminster Politician is a vote for more failure, cunningly disguised as progress.
Way, way back in time, just a few months ago, Theresa May was launching herself into the job of Prime Minster, as the champion of the workers. We were going to have workers on the boards of companies. We were going to have consumers on the boards of companies. How things change, especially in Theresa’s world. Now she says she has no plans to “change the … Continue reading Champion of the workers? Theresa May hopes you wont notice she’s taking the piss.
Everybody is talking about Trumpism, racism, sexism, walls, everything. Division it’s a buzz word. Lets reunite the country. It’s a re-run of #Brexit. We are so divided. It’s a beautiful thing. If you are part of the #Global #Elite, “It’s so beautiful”. All we are talking about are the symptoms. #Globalisation is the problem. It’s stripping you of your job. It’s stripping you of your … Continue reading #Trump, just another symptom?
Britain in the seventies was the sick man of Europe, a basket case. Another Tory myth to add to all the other narratives invented by the instigators of so many lies about the UK. I think they like to call themselves patriots. The British economy was in difficulty in the 1970s because those self-same patriots had failed to invest in the country and its people. … Continue reading The 1970 myths of today’s patriots