You'd think that more supposed opponents of mass immigration would understand geo-politics and that it is NATO interventionism that created the massive influx of "refugees" to our shores....
Wednesday, 3 August 2022
Anti-car legislation hits those in areas with poor public transport. If private cars end up out of most people's reach we will end up with a lot of people migrating to the towns with better public transport rather than being isolated. That, in turn, will put pressure on those services (and others such as schools, the NHS etc) as population density increases.
What kind of society allows schools where the disruptive bully runs the classroom, and the ultimate punishment for bad behaviour is removal to a school with more facilities & attention than is available to the well-behaved left behind?
Read the papers, watch the news and remember.
That’s the kind of society we live in. A “dysfunctional society” where nothing works.
The party recently lost an old friend, Dick Vardy, who while not a member at the time of death (having given up political activity due to ill health) was a valued member of the party during his time with us.
That sad event came not long after we lost our Deputy Chairman Ellen ("Min") Davies. Her death left a void in the party and we remember her stories and her enthusiasm as well as her expertise on workers' rights and Common Law.
Both are sorely missed.
Tuesday, 7 June 2022
All of the Tories' woes are based upon their attempts to modernise to chase the "progressive" vote.
The French Pesidential Election earliers this year showed that 42% of those who voted (probably more, but these are the "official" figures) backed a candidate who largely rejects the mainstream.