Daily Archives: January 22, 2016

Frances McCormack, aged 53, had been badgered for Bedroom Tax after the death of her 16-year-old son Jack Allen in 2013, an inquest heard

RIP Frances GW:  It is well time that this rotten excuse for an administration was brought to book for their callous attitudes and their fostering of such dreadfully harsh uncaring rules for their own people whilst at the same time … Continue reading

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NHS’s £28bn bill for botched operations puts new pressure on the Tories’ failed reforms

”£28 Billion is a 70% increase compared to the sum projected in March 2011 which was £16.6billion.’‘ ”The Patients Association said the increase in clinical negligence expenditure showed hospital trusts “are not learning from their mistakes”. Heidi Alexander MP, Labour’s … Continue reading

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Government Ministers Accused Of Avoiding Scrutiny By Dodging Toughest Television And Radio Interviews

Huff Puff Huff Puff Huff Puff. Well what is it now?  TCs an “endangered species”? http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/01/01/ministers-tv-radio-endangered-species_n_8861814.html GW: TC Cabinet Minister appearances are not so rare as those of TC MP for Watford Rich Harrington. Since he became CamoFlage’s Minister for … Continue reading

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“The secondary schools attainment gap is now bigger than when David Cameron took office in 2010.”

THE Blue Coat School in Liverpool has been named the best in the country for GCSEs The Henrietta Barnett School was named the best school in England for GCSEs and EBacc with a 100% pass rate. Dartford Grammar School in … Continue reading

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Cumbria County Council Makes Council Homes Available For Flood Victims

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/636903/Migrant-homes-flood-victims-Council-common-sense-council-cumbria-refugees DER Comment: ”If Cameron wants to show the world his ‘caring side’ he should; a. Cease foreign aid payments. Divert the money to the flood victims here in Britain. (If this disaster had happened elsewhere in the world he … Continue reading

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UK Column News 22 January 2016

A copy of The Economist from 1988. Economic illiteracy at Forbes pointed out by David Scott from Northern Exposure. Italian Bank ‘on the ropes’ again. Why are corporations hoarding Trillions? The Bank Underground is a blog from BOE’s outreach dept. … Continue reading

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Osborne Fails To Hit Target

http://www.express.co.uk/finance/city/637063/Britain-1-5-trillion-of-debt-as-George-Osborne-blows-targets

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More Comings & Goings From Ex Tori SPAD Dominic Cummings

Has Dominic Cummings sabotaged the anti-EU cause? http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/nov/18/dominic-cummings-farage-anti-eu-vote-leave 20 January 2016 Fawkesy: ”LabourLeave are launching this morning with Graham Stringer, Kate Hoey, John Mills, Kelvin Hopkins and Roger Godsiff on the launch committee. There is a little embarrassment that their … Continue reading

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“No one is worth 3,000 times another person”: a more equal world is possible through kindness

”As the realisation of what had dawned in May 2015 spread, new voices began to grow louder and be heard for the first time in England. They said the Labour Party’s issues were not about choosing the wrong leader or … Continue reading

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Cameron’s maths gaffe hands Corbyn the PMQs win

”Corbyn told the PM about a student named Liam who will have to clear £50,000 of debt when he finally qualifies as a maths teacher. Quick as you like, Cameron rushed to point out that nobody has to pay back … Continue reading

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