In May’s Britain, what about the voiceless?

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,493 Thursday 14 July 2016. Dear Mrs May, I am most interested that the target demographic for your reign as prime minister is: “If you’re from an ordinary working class family, life is much harder than many people in Westminster realise. You have a job but you […]

Theresa May, a country that works for everyone?

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,492 Wednesday 13 July 2016. Dear Mrs May, I am afraid I do not have any words of welcome to offer you, there would be nothing laudable or useful in such words of insincerity from me. I prefer to leave them to politicians, for many of whom […]

Cameron out, May in

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,491 Tuesday 12 July 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, I do not expect anything democratic from the Tory party, no one in their right mind would, but to see members of the Parliamentary Labour Party showing contempt for democracy is a sign of just how far down the […]

Class warfare – slash and burn the poor

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,456 Monday 06 June 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Class warfare is alive and well in Britain today. Let’s remember that when the bankers imploded the global economy they were rewarded with bailouts of such magnitude that national economies were threatened and ordinary people are still reaping the […]

Electoral fraud investigations and economic warfare on the poor

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,435 Monday 16 May 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Following on from yesterday on investigations into electoral fraud, had the election results been different, not only would your majority have been in question, but the vote to cutES ESA by £30 a week for the sick and disabled […]

Jeremy Hunt and that manifesto promise, which he’s betrayed

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,415 Wednesday 27 April 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, In your 2015 manifesto you stated the following: “We want England to be the first nation in the world to provide a truly 7 day NHS. Already millions more people can see a GP 7 days a week, from […]

The abuse of power and the descent into barbarity

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,391 Sunday 03 April 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, I am sure it has troubled people oppressed by governments and dictators throughout time, what do you do when the state becomes the enemy of the people? The problem being that tyrants usurp all the powers of state to […]

Iain Duncan Smith is an affront to life

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,360 Thursday 03 March 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Iain Duncan Smith’s affront at the intervention of the House of Lords over his draconian cuts to the support for future ESA claimants is, whilst predictable, an affront to the nation. What it reveals is his utter contempt for […]

Nothing but political sneering contempt for the electorate and democracy

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,196 Tuesday 08 September 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, If the rise of Jeremy Corbyn has revealed anything it is the widespread political contempt that so many politicians have for the electorate. Democratising the leadership election has politicians running around like headless chickens, in fact it reminds me […]

People are tired of bullshit politics from bullshit politicians

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,169 Wednesday 05 August 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, One of the reasons for Jeremy Corbyn’s success, and it may well be the main reason, is that the people of Britain are tired of bullshit politics from bullshit politicians, which encompasses your entire government. What does that mean? […]