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Karen Martin – Nurse – A Response To The Nurse Who Cried Foodbank

Karen Martin – Nurse – A Response To The Nurse Who Cried Foodbank

    Right well the Leaders Debate same old same old SNP bad, no getting a referendum, SNP bad but as hard as Ruth Davidson, Kezia and co tired they couldn’t land a blow on Nicola Sturgeon then it changed. You see in the audience waiting like a tiger prowling it’s pray was Claire Austin a nurse with a question, it was her second appearance on BBC in weeks after being on Question Time but at the time didn’t get to ask her question so she had been invited back to ask it this time fair enough no problem. This … Continue reading Karen Martin – Nurse – A Response To The Nurse Who Cried Foodbank

Don’t let the Tories steal your underpants, Wales.

Don’t let the Tories steal your underpants, Wales.

It’s time to decide, Wales. It’s time to decide if we still have a detectable pulse, or if the beating heart of what was once a distinct Welsh political spirit within the sorry mess we still refer to as the ‘United’ Kingdom, has finally flat-lined. Are you going to vote on June the 8th? And are you going to make your decision based on the best interests of Wales, or are you going to let yourself believe that your vote will have any bearing at all on the overall outcome? What’s it going to be? We can either decide to sit … Continue reading Don’t let the Tories steal your underpants, Wales.

UN Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights to Investigate Welfare Reforms

UN Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights to Investigate Welfare Reforms

The United Nation’s Committee on the Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) announced on Wednesday there will be an inquiry regarding  how the UK government has “ensured austerity measures … do not disproportionately affect, in particular, disadvantaged and marginalised individuals and groups”. This inquiry will address more than 30 topics on a very broad remit and include questions on the gender pay gap, youth unemployment, migrant workers and asylum seekers and trade union rights, with a focus on establishing whether the reforms have had a disproportional impact on lone parents, children and disabled people and also, whether the … Continue reading UN Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights to Investigate Welfare Reforms

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