The demonstration #ournhs a few weeks back caught the attention of many; but poor media coverage limits the time memories stay or even who is reached. Complacency and lack of awareness are dangerous and should be feared – in a similar vein to the warning in Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’
This boy is Ignorance. This girl is Want. Beware them both,
and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy,
for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the
writing be erased. Continue reading #SaveSouthend #SaveTheNhs
Once again this year I have taken a stand and opted out of the office sweepstake. However, over the next few days whether it be in a workplace sweepstake, a group syndicate or just a trip to the bookies many people (most of whom do not normally watch horse racing) will be placing a bet, part of the £500M place annually on the Grand National. Sadly, while this occasion are hugely popular with the general public, most are not aware of the consequences and of the level of injuries and fatalities, not just in the Grand National but at races courses up and down the country. Continue reading You bet, they die
Residents of a suburban street have recently spoken of their relief and delight when parking problems eased in their street.
Continue reading Suburban parking troubles alleviated