May 30, 2014 by socialaction2014
A letter a day to number 10. No 755.
Saturday 31 May 2014. Britain, done and busted.
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Dear Mr Cameron,
It would seem Esther McVey has no taste for the real demands of political life away from the braying cloisters of Westminster. She must clearly know that political sound bites won’t work in Holyrood and that her attendance there would be for an accounting she is clearly not prepared or equipped to deal with.
To refuse to attend one meeting and send hatchetman Neil Couling instead, Mr Cameron, was discourteous, to cancel another is cowardice.
But then this is what we expect from a government that has nothing but contempt for the people or any kind of democratic process.
Having suffered a vote of no confidence at the National Association of Head Teachers’ annual conference in Birmingham and hostility throughout his speech, Michael Gove’s one man considered response was, ‘we are going to have to part company’. That is some kind of arrogance for a man with absolutely no training in education whatsoever. Had he ever had such training he might have learnt that listening is an essential skill in anything to do with education, but it’s not for our boy Gove, who disdains the collective experience of the entire teaching profession.
But why restrict this to just two of your ministers? You clearly weaselled your way into power with a long drawn up agenda that has seen millions plunged into chaos, tens of thousands dead, tens of millions in want, people forced into servitude under the threat of the loss of the means of survival, people attacked in their own homes via the bedroom tax, the removal of legal protections and no security in work, the list is bloody endless.
With the passing of our public services, including ‘OUR’ NHS, into private ownership Britain is as hollow as an empty cask.
I do note, though, that the economy is on the up with a ten billion boost to official economic figures from drugs and prostitution. I look forward to Osborne crowing at how he is responsible for Britain’s economic growth. I am sure he’s done his bit.