The utter contempt of those in power for ordinary people

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,538 Tuesday 30 August 2016. Dear Mrs May, What is happening within the Labour party has repercussions for all of us, but more broadly what the parliamentary Labour party and you Tories have in common is utter contempt for ordinary people and democracy. What has been revealed […]

Civil war in a government not fit to hold office

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,378 Monday 21 March 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Whatever kind of civil war that is currently plaguing your party, you have no one to blame but yourselves, which is kind of the point really. You have walked into this with eyes wide shut. You have wilfully ignored […]

The government is waging economic warfare and it must end

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,349 Sunday 21 February 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Since 2010 you have embarked on a ruthless crusade against the people of this country, the unemployed, the young, the disabled, nurses, the fire service, police, people in social housing including the bedroom tax, children, the working poor, the […]

MPs may need more protection from the public but who protects the public from MPs?

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,327 Tuesday 26 January 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, A survey by seven psychiatrists found that four out of five politicians have been victims of intrusive or aggressive behaviour and suggests that MPs should be given more protection from the public. The Mirror reports that, ‘Some 239 MPs […]

The buck stops anywhere but government

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,280 Wednesday 09 December 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, In an article entitled ‘NHS rationing ‘is denying patients care’ as cash crisis deepens’ the Guardian reports that people are dying because the NHS is having to ration treatments. Care rationing is not new, the Telegraph was reporting it […]

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 […]

The Tories intend to do what they like to us regardless of the law

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,104 Tuesday 02 June 2015. The Tories intend to do what they like to us regardless of the law. Shares are encouraged and welcomed. If this letter speaks for you and you wish to send your own copy please feel free to use it and alter it […]

Iain Duncan Smith, arguably the most reviled man in Britain

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,069 Saturday 25 April 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Charlotte, a fellow activist (read – caring human being or protector), reported yesterday that she met a woman outside a Jobcentre who had been rescued, with her baby, by the police from domestic violence and who was now in […]

Cameron, fluff and nonsense and where the rubber hits the road

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,028 Saturday 14 March 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, As the head of a government which all too often states that it cannot comment on individual cases, that does not seem to apply when that individual, in your words, “is a constituent of mine, he is a friend […]