Urban trauma, homelessness and economic warfare

We have a problem and it’s one we need to fix urgently. Housing… to briefly put aside all the other myriad disastrous problems which lie securely at the door of the Tories and the neoliberal consensus. I’ll begin with a proposition – no one should be evicted from their home for financial reasons, as a […]

NHS crisis, hospital meltdowns and Jeremy

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,466 Thursday 16 June 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, With the proposed reduction of A&E departments across England from 144 (in 2013) to between 47 – 70, I wonder just how much you value your life? As Prime Minister you travel a great deal: in the event of […]

Britain’s got its mojo back and Osborne is very proud

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,281 Thursday 10 December 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, The boy’s own Chancellor speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York on Britain’s air strikes in Syria – “Britain has got its mojo back and we are going to be with you as we reassert Western […]