Monthly Archives: November 2014

A quiet days trading.

With thanks to Labour Left Only £30000000 of NHS Contacts offered to Private Health in the last 24 hours. A quiet day’s trading. Proof (as if it were needed) that the NHS is NOT safe in the hands of the … Continue reading

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Cameron Must Go!

Reposted from the Daily Mail on line   Ellie McDonald cannot eat or walk alone due to a rare genetic disorder Her mother applied for support ahead of her finishing special school But she was shocked to be told the teenager … Continue reading

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Jobcentre Busy-Bodies To Outrank Healthcare Professionals In Treatment For Addictions

Originally posted on the void:
Jobcentre busy-bodies could soon have the power to force people in treatment for drug or alcohol problems to take up full time ‘work related activity’ if they are unable to beat their addictions quickly enough.…

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Lessons from history.

I read the following article by Michael Streich and couldn’t help but notice the similarities between Nazi Germany and the current tory government. Today, Theresa May announced her desire to bring in draconian measures in the shape of the new … Continue reading

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The Magdalene Laundries

Originally posted on Whistling In The Wind:
Yet another relic of Ireland’s dark and disturbing past has come to light. We are haunted by yet another example of abuse and exploitation by the Catholic Church that went unchallenged for decades.…

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Whilst The Rich Get Richer The Poor Freeze: No More Deaths From Fuel Poverty

Originally posted on the void:
Every Winter, in one of the richest countries in the world, people die because they can’t afford to put the heating on.  Yet still fuel prices soar with the poorest expected to pay the most…

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No apology from DWP for ‘potentially dangerous’ ESA letters

Reposted from Disability New Service  Disabled benefit claimants have complained after being targeted by government letters telling them to attend short-notice “work-focussed interviews” (WFIs), but failing to mention that attendance was voluntary. Research by Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) has … Continue reading

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