Monthly Archives: March 2015
IDs is at it again! According to him, although the Cons have determined that welfare benefits are going to cut by £12 Billion, the Party hasn’t yet decided where the axe will fall. Pardon? Have I got this straight? (Has … Continue reading
It is well-recorded in terms of votes at election time that, over recent times (the last 20 years or more), no Party forming a government has secured not less than 50% of the electorate’s vote for that government. (For “government” … Continue reading
For some long time as measured by parliaments, and regardless of which Party is in power, it is well-known that the Conservatives do not like unions. The latest wheeze by them presents a more than ample example. But, additionally, it … Continue reading
A touch-stone of the DWP and recent governments (local as well as national) is the concept of “digital by default“. All that paper, all those trees saved! And near-enough instantaneous communication too. But, for whose benefit? Certainly not the now-privatised … Continue reading
Double standards?, Hypocrisy?, Left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing? Or just plain and simple Politics?
Over recent weeks I have noticed a couple of particular publicity campaigns, both, beyond question, either directly supported by or otherwise encouraged by the current government. I am sure I am not alone in having noticed the conflicting, contradictory even, … Continue reading