Tag Archives: UK government

Too Big To Save??

  When I left the R.A.F., in 1970 we lived in Wootton Bassett just outside of Swindon, there was plenty of work around so no problems, but then the government decided to close the railway yards.  This meant that because … Continue reading

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The Glorious Dead?

WE SHALL REMEMBER!! Watching the remembrance services for those who needlessly died in the First World War, I found myself becoming very angry. Not because of the services but because of the way the living were treated after the war, nobody helped … Continue reading

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HS2 – The Alternative

Britain has always been portrayed as a North South divide, however it isn’t quite so easy to describe the country in such simplistic terms. Economically the corridor of wealth begins at Dover and Folkestone. It sweeps up through the South East encapsulating London … Continue reading

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From A Cabinet Meeting 2013

Good Morning every one. Good Morning Prime Minister. Health Secretary have you seen this libelous blog about your department? Yes Prime Minister. Is this how people see our management of the health service? Unfortunately yes Prime Minister. This is terrible … Continue reading

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