The war on the poor is a crime against humanity

Jobseekers allowance – Single unemployed under 25 – £57.90, over 25 – £73.10 – a week In the following I make no attempt to be impartial. not to the system. the government, its officials and especially the Department for Work and Pensions all of which act with extreme prejudice against the lives and well being […]

Government extremism and the problem of being somewhat dead

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,464 Tuesday 14 June 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, I would like to thank you for the GOV.UK web page – “Report online material promoting terrorism or extremism”. I have taken the opportunity to report an organisation that has recently accepted that its actions are a factor in […]

A government of despots, thieves, liars and vicious bullies

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,353 Thursday 25 February 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, The real threat to our national security, the security of every woman, man and child in Britain, is a government so arrogant it presumes to treat us as less than cattle to be hounded and marketed with no regard […]

Pension chaos and DWP ministers complete indifference

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,335 Wednesday 03 February 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, As the national legislative body governments are responsible for the smooth or otherwise running of the nation. If policies create chaos the buck stops with government, be it work and pensions, foreign affairs, education, flood defences, the economy, health […]

The Tories and the servile state

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,232 Friday 16 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Jeremy Hunt wants us to work harder and die younger just like the Americans and Chinese. The World Health Organisation life expectancy rankings has Britain at 19th, the US at 34 and China at 67. Just who in hell […]

The treachery of wilfully and brutally imposed hardship in a land of plenty

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,184 Thursday 20 August 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, In a land of plenty which sees 15 million tonnes of food thrown away every year, a nation in which 13 million are living in poverty, over half of whom are in work, we have a social security system […]

Universal Credit, the universal scam

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,030 Monday 16 March 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Universal Credit. Who came up with that bright idea? I am guessing the secretary of state for work and pensions, Iain Duncan Smith, might wish to take the credit but frankly I don’t think he’s got the brains for […]