No, of course it’s not. But that didn’t stop the Mail and other papers from making this their lead story this week, knocking financial scandals with Nadim Zahawi and Boris Johnson off the front page temporarily. The story in the Mail comes from a report published by Civitas, a right wing organisation based at 55… Read More More than half of people in Britain claim more in benefits than they contribute in tax | Is this true?
30 days has September, April, June and November, all the rest have 31 except February which has 28 days clear and January which goes on for half the year
I hope people don’t think I was too harsh in my language in yesterday’s blog, and some of the comments I made around it. Insecure, anxious, neurotic and obsessed by grievances. When I was writing this blog I was thinking back to some time I spent in Ireland and Spain over New Year. I read… Read More Angertainment 2 | Was I Too Harsh?
Jeremy Clarkson has been cancelled. For those of you who hadn’t seen him on TV since the left Top Gear he has been making a series of shows for Amazon, who apparently might not be commissioning him to do any more. This doesn’t mean that Clarkson will disappear – there is a second season of… Read More Angertainment | Cancelling Clarkson and Dunkirk
No they can’t. The headline in the Times sums up how grim things are. 1000 extra deaths a week due to problems in the NHS. This graph showing delayed admissions shows how dramatically how performance has deteriorated The reasons for this crisis are straightforward. Money is the obvious one. In the years up to 2010… Read More Can the Government fix the NHS Crisis?
2022 ends with food prices are going up, despite the huge numbers of chickens coming home to roost. Anarchy in the UK The Government still has a huge majority, but governs as if it were a minority government staggering from crisis to crisis. No problem is ever solved, just moved off the… Read More Review of 2022 | Will 2023 really be worse?