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.
If there is one thing people want at Christmas, it’s the security of having their family around them and a home that is safe. But not everyone has that. Millions of families are spending this winter in refugee camps or makeshift shelters across Syria and the Middle East, driven from their homes by Daesh and Assad. Christians from Africa to Asia will go to church … Continue reading In case you’ve forgotten here is Cameron’s Christmas message about Christian Values
“If we could just halve the burdens of the EU social and employment legislation we could deliver a £4.3 billion boost to our economy and 60,000 new jobs.” That’s what Government minister, and Brexit campaigner, Priti Patel told business leaders at the Institute of Directors. She was quite explicit. If Britain leaves the EU, the government can scrap half the rules that protect people at … Continue reading #Brexit are quite clear on one thing, #workersrights are just #redtape, they said so.
“Osborne has missed every Budget target since he became Chancellor in 2010”, says Alex Deane on Conservative Home. Source: Alex Deane: Osborne’s outrageous attempt to scare voters | Conservative Home ” He predicted we would clear the budget deficit by 2015. A year on and he has missed that target by over £70 billion or almost equivalent to the entire education budget.” “Since he has become Chancellor, in … Continue reading #Conservatives reveal #Osborne’s attempts at forecasting are piss-poor.