The great British Tory heist

Apart from the inevitable blip after the banks insatiable greed took down the global economy and the public were forced to bail them out to the tune of some £850 billion (UK), revenue from taxation has risen year on year ever since. Britain is not, nor ever was, broke, close to bankruptcy, or in need […]

Osborne to cut corporation tax – he’s not backing Britain

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,484 Tuesday 05 July 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, I see that George Osborne is set to lower corporation tax to 15% and there are even calls for it to be lower to woo investors to Britain, not least from China. The problem with overseas investment is that […]

Austerity and the deliberate sacrifice of lives

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,418 Saturday 30 April 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Just in case you were wondering, junior doctors have not gone away, Jeremy Hunt is not off the hook and the support for junior doctors will continue. The contract that Hunt wants to impose on them is not safe […]

The poor cannot afford the rich

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,258 Tuesday 17 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, I am sick to death of being regarded and treated as a lower class of being in this country by an elitist government determined to keep robbing the poor to pay down the deficit. Osborne made it clear in […]

Cameron cares for the poor like sulfuric acid protects skin

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,248 Tuesday 03 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, I see Phillip Schofield said to you, “People say that you are out of touch, you don’t know families on the breadline, they are not people that you would deal with.” To which you responded, “I do. I am […]

Ordinary people are right to be frightened, but I’d rather see them angry

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,244 Thursday 29 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, I would like to remind you that you have a duty to serve the people of Britain and that you are paid by us to fulfil that duty. What you are not paid by us to do is to […]

Britain must now rank amongst the worlds brutal dictatorships

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,240 Sunday 25 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, The only test for any government policy is its impact on the ground in the real world, not some cooked up nonsense spun from a government office or department and especially not a PR department. The Trussell Trust latest […]

There are far too many arrogant, mentally deficient, juveniles in politics

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,186 Saturday 22 August 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, You know, we are going to have to do something about people in politics who look like adults but have the mentality and behaviour of sub-normal children. Although this has nothing to do with you or your party, it […]

The UK, where those with the broadest shoulders bear the greatest burden

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,146 Monday 13 July 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, The progress of humanity has led to me enjoying and appreciating the comfort and security of living on Disability Living Allowance. Yes I did say comfort. Feel free to quote me. You can have no idea what that means […]

Pimp for the hundred, betrayer of millions

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,046 Thursday 02 April 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, In a response to the 100 business people who have written a letter to the Daily Telegraph in support of your flagship policy of progressively lowering Corporation Tax to 20% you said the following: “Today it is an unprecedented […]