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Friday, 10 January 2014

When grown men weep on the streets…

A letter a day to number 10. No 620.
Friday 10 January 2014. When grown men weep on the streets…
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Dear Mr Cameron,
When a hospital porter says, ‘I am fed up watching our nurses cry. I am fed up watching doctors standing in the corridors and the only thing they need is a hug because it has broken their hearts.’ it’s clear the country is being driven to despair.
When grown men weep on the streets as Johnson closes ten fire stations all your empty words of Britain being for people who want to work hard and get on are seen for what they are, vicious lies. It is beyond satire that Johnson plans to buy water cannon to use against people and yet gets rid of front-line fire services that save peoples lives. 550 firemen, some of the most dedicated workers in the country, betrayed.
The only people getting on it seems are the financial markets, corporations, MP’s and companies getting fat on government contracts most of which seem to be under investigation for fraud or malpractice.
I wonder what it is going to cost us as IT experts pull out from Iain Duncan Smith universal credit fiasco? What a bloody shambles and we know it’s the poor who will take the hit as you betray and abandon ordinary people for an austerity that was none of their making.
It’d been refreshing to see the public reaction to Channel 4′s Benefits Street and to the outpouring of hate that followed. Thank goodness there are still many people who haven’t lost their minds to the hype and lies being spread by you and irresponsible elements of a poodle media which slavishly peddles hate against the poor. A lie can’t last forever and we will see the back of you and your government.
— with Christine Ruscoe and Moandchris Barker in Peasedown Saint John.

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