Government · In the News · Uncategorized

IN THE NEWS: Conservative Coronavirus Negligence

IN THE NEWS CONSERVATIVE CORONAVIRUS NEGLIGENCE   This is a bit of a different blog post for me.  I tend to focus on researching subjects, but today I felt an overwhelming urge to offload about the current state of affairs from my own point of view.  It’s a ramble and a rant for which I… Continue reading IN THE NEWS: Conservative Coronavirus Negligence

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IN THE NEWS: FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

IN THE NEWS FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC     As the Conservative government have bizarrely decided not to bother counting the deaths of those who selflessly care for us, I have decided to dedicate a page of my blog to keep a list of those who have succumbed to COVID-19 whilst working on… Continue reading IN THE NEWS: FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

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TALES FROM THE PAST: ‘Christmas Dinner to Poor Children’

TALES FROM THE PAST ‘CHRISTMAS DINNER TO POOR CHILDREN’ On 26th December 1883, The Times newspaper published an article regarding the feeding of poor children at Christmas and it struck a chord in how attitudes and society has regressed. THE TIMES, 26TH DECEMBER 1883 CHRISTMAS DINNER TO POOR CHILDREN – ABOUT About 300 poor children… Continue reading TALES FROM THE PAST: ‘Christmas Dinner to Poor Children’

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The Coincidental World of Jeremy Hunt

JEREMY HUNT  Let’s talk about Jeremy Hunt (with a silent c) who today is one of the nation’s most despised politicians.  Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt Jeremy was born in 1966.  Before entering politics, he was a failed marmalade salesman. 2005: In the 2005 general election Jeremy turned his back on the failing world of marmalade exportation… Continue reading The Coincidental World of Jeremy Hunt