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Who Are The English?

For nearly a thousand years the Anglo-Saxon population of England have been subjugated by the Norman invaders. The English ruling class has maintained its grip on power whilst allowing a fantasy that ordinary people were somehow superior to the Scot’s, Irish … Continue reading

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YUMMY YUMMY Oh My Tummy

I spent a few days in England visiting family, I stayed at an INN LODGE, clean, tidy, very reasonably priced food in quite large portions. Probably like me, you struggle to keep weight off. I find it extremely difficult, always told to … Continue reading

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Honesty Is The Best Policy

With the Liberal Democrat Conference in full swing and everyone throwing rocks at Nick Clegg, criticism coming from all directions.  I have been critical, perhaps I should see what all the fuss is about, examine the evidence, as they say, let’s … Continue reading

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Your Independent Financial Medical Consultant

Once again government has decided that the NHS is not working properly and a major reorganisation is the only thing that can save it, get rid of  the bureaucrats they all scream, but by their own figures seven out of … Continue reading

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It Is Ailing

I was watching Prime Ministers Question Time today and I got the distinct feeling that all is not well for the NHS.  It has grown so large and the hospitals so big, too big in fact to be run properly.  The … Continue reading

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