Bombing Syria? Really? (Part 2: Looking after British National Security?)

I am going to avoid the apparent and terrifying implication in the decision to bomb Syria to protect British National security: that foreign lives are somehow worth less than British lives. It’s a real implication, as the government has agreed to an unknown body count of foreign innocents to stave off terror attacks on British… Continue reading Bombing Syria? Really? (Part 2: Looking after British National Security?)

“Doctors are furious…” and other advert slogans.

You've probably noticed, when you're shopping on a totally legitimate  site for some bargain, or reading the drivel that passes as journalism from your Facebook feed, weird adverts. Adverts that tell you dentists are outraged that a mother has release a tooth-whitening secret, or that doctors are furious at some cure for baldness, or health professionals… Continue reading “Doctors are furious…” and other advert slogans.

The NHS: it’s necessary to reform our national gem

I like the National Health Service (NHS). I like knowing that my healthcare is free at the point of use. That means I really do not like to impending danger of the UK losing the NHS. We in the UK are likely to lose the NHS to steady erosion. And those who constantly bicker and… Continue reading The NHS: it’s necessary to reform our national gem

The UK as an LEDC

The state of being a less economically developed country (an LEDC) is not a disease with a clear cause and diagnosis. It is a syndrome; a group of symptoms taken together that build a bigger picture. These symptoms are to do with the nature of employment and the services the government is able to offer.… Continue reading The UK as an LEDC