A parable for both fairness and the climate

Oxfam in recent article have released news that the Covid pandemic has made inequality even worse: New billionaire minted every 26 hours, as inequality contributes to the death of one person every four seconds  In a new briefing “Inequality Kills,” published today ahead of the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda, Oxfam says that inequality is… Read more

Victim Support needed

Labour has, I suggest, to become, in essence, the ‘victim support’ party. Victim support is an independent charity in England and Wales that provides specialist practical and emotional support to victims (and witnesses) of crime. Politically, because the Tories show themselves as now so psychopathic, I’d suggest that most of us are victims of our,… Read more

Lying leads to incoherence

This is a really good piece in the ‘i’ from Ian Dunt. He recounts the disaster of the office supplies previously mentioned… He goes on to say that the current government is: An administration which has a sorry relationship with truthfulness, crumbling under its own contradictions. That’s being kind… But of more consequence, he points… Read more

Particular threat for the Met Police

Many organisations are going to face a huge challenge trying to rebuild public trust when this government is finally thrown out. And surely and most prominently, the Metropolitan Police will find it particularly difficult? Their chief, who was probably a onetime spy, are now too close to this overtly corrupt, Conservative government, to suggest they… Read more

Understanding the Right Wing mind – a further small insight….

Was suggested by an interesting recent Guardian (or perhaps it was Observer?) article – anyway it is here, by Nick Cohen. It encompasses public health, obesity and diet – about which he is at one with ProgressivePulse – by way of the Dimbleby Food report. Henry Dimbleby is apparently another Old Etonian, who seemed to… Read more