A letter a day to number 10. No 1,438 Thursday 19 May 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Where is all our money? Iain Duncan Smith accused your government of ‘balancing the books on the backs of the most vulnerable in society’. He’s not even close, even and despite his best efforts to drive the poor into […]
In corporate terms, Britain was apparently broken by the janitor
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,251 Friday 06 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, It is always difficult to express the depths of corruption and deceit of you and your government, not least because you combine a mixture of low cunning with a breathtaking amount of utter stupidity. To put the deficit, welfare […]
Why are we servicing a bank bailout ‘debt’ and paying interest on their debt?
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,148 Wednesday 15 July 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, If we, the great British taxpaying public, bailed out the banks, how come it’s us who are in debt and to whom? We are now paying £1 billion a week in interest on ‘the national debt’, which stands at […]