Jacob Rees-Mogg, the past is present

Within Britain’s historic class system the idea of an upper class person getting a job was unthinkable, that’s what common people did. Today, within the Rees-Mogg household, the idea of Sixtus Dominic Boniface Christopher Rees-Mogg growing up and wanting a job would be a cause for outrage. It’s not the done thing, and ‘the done […]

The passing of a Judas

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,377 Sunday 20 March 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Whilst I welcome the news that Iain Duncan Smith has resigned as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, he walks away from the chaos that he remains responsible for orchestrating. In his letter of resignation Smith writes, ‘It […]

Syria hysteria, but who cares about the governments war on the poor?

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,278 Monday 07 December 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, A study this year has found that there are 20 million people in Britain living in poverty, one in three of the population, it reports that poverty has doubled since 1983 and is set to get much worse over […]

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 […]

Auschwitz is not there for inspiration for Iain Duncan Smith, it is meant to be a lesson

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,236 Tuesday 20 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, For a man who has visited Auschwitz and written a fairly detailed account of his experiences I can only conclude that Iain Duncan Smith has found inspiration in the brutal cruelty of those who so willingly presided over the […]

People are living and dying in despair and the government is knowingly the cause

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,199 Friday 11 September 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, For a party that is hell bent on driving poor, sick and disabled people back to the stone age it was pretty rich yesterday to read George Osborne saying, “Jeremy Corbyn’s candidacy for the Labour leadership had pulled Yvette […]

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 […]

Austerity is just a Tory excuse to dismantle the nation for profit

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,124 Sunday 21 June 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, With up to 250,000 marching in London yesterday and some thousands in Glasgow, plus unknown numbers online helping to spread the word, austerity is an ideological choice opposed by many of the worlds leading economists. With an underwhelming majority […]

The wilful destruction of the poor

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,073 Wednesday 29 April 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, In December last year you said your policies were ‘lifting people into work and out of poverty’. Let’s just have ourselves an election special review of Tory policies and action on poverty. The broad strokes are that the poor […]

The rise and rise of the barbarous state

A letter a day to number 10. No 986 Monday 26 January 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, A report this week revealed that 62% of people sanctioned have mental health problems. The increasingly routine use and abuse of sanctions is unconscionable and unrestrained state brutality, that they are disproportionately being used against disabled and vulnerable people […]