Monthly Archives: December 2014

Please stop attacking a UKIP candidate for being racist while on sedatives

Please stop attacking a UKIP candidate for being racist while on sedatives.

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How to be poor on a budget.

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
Here in the UK, we are fortunate that our government is very supportive of poverty, they have even put together a package of generous policies that incentivise ordinary tax payers: it’s a scheme where…

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Reflections on a day

I know exactly where I was twenty four years, one hour ( and give or take a few minutes from this moment ) ago. My beloved daughter Stacie had been born at four minutes past eight in the evening. As a … Continue reading

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The man too poor to eat

https://audioboom.com/boos/2716995-the-man-too-poor-to-eat-help-get-mike-a-job?utm_campaign=detailpage&utm_content=retweet&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook Tonight I listened to one of the most heart breaking pieces of audio I have ever heard.. This isn’t a social commentary on a propaganda show, it isn’t Benefits Street, or Life on the Dole or Skint or any of the multitude … Continue reading

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POVERTY TODAY.

Is there anything less edifying than seeing someone so divorced from the reality of food poverty in the UK today than watching Baroness Jenkin on the television stating that people are hungry because they are not eating porridge but are … Continue reading

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Complaint to Paul Dacre chair of press code about Paul Dacre Daily Mail editor

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:
(not satire – it’s the UK gutter press) Mr Paul Dacre Chair of the Editor’s Code of Practice ‘Independent’ Press Standards Organisation Dear Mr Dacre, I am writing to you in your position as chairman…

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Why #CameronMustGo marks a decisive change in UK Politics

Originally posted on pawprintsofthesoul:
Definition of decisive in English: adjective 1. Settling an issue; producing a definite result: ‘the archers played a decisive part in the victory’, ‘a decisive battle’ 2. Having or showing the ability to make decisions quickly…

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