A letter a day to number 10. No 1,536 Sunday 28 August 2016. Dear Mrs May, Salford’s Unemployed & Community Resource Centre reports that David (no surname given) was repeatedly sanctioned, “This resulted in him being unable to control his diabetes because he had no money for food. This caused diabetic ulcers which became infected […]
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Sacrificing the poor to protect and reward the rich
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,403 Friday 15 April 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Following the handing over of the HSBC files to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the subsequent investigation, just one prosecution was made although HMRC did manage to offer an amnesty to 3,600 UK customers identified as potentially hiding […]
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 […]
Osborne demands to know, if the poor don’t eliminate the deficit, who will?
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,147 Tuesday 14 July 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Seeing Iain Duncan Smith’s ecstatic display of unbridled joy at Osborne’s budget was an insult to humanity. Osborne had just pulled off the scam of the century in rebranding the living wage as something less than the minimum required […]