Monthly Archives: January 2014

A Message From Merthyr That Channel 4 Should Listen To

Well done to these two!! Would be very good to have an update.

the void

This is a film made in 2011 by two young people documenting how Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms were likely to impact on the community of Merthyr Tydfil.  The latte slurpers behind Benefits Street should take note.  This is really what austerity looks like, and it’s got much worse since then.

Apologies for lack of posts this week, it’s been a wobbly start to the year.

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Coalition cuts NHS by £20bn – but subsidises banks with £37.7bn every year

Please make your choice and make your feelings known to your MP. Happy New Year – may 2014 be the people’s year!!!!

Much love.

Pride's Purge

(not satire unfortunately – it’s the UK today!)

The Tory/Lib Dem government liked to bang on all the time about the need for fiscal responsibility.

But how fiscally responsible was it for the coalition to subsidise big banks with £37.7bn of taxpayers’ money every year while at the same time insisting it had to make £20bn of cuts to the NHS to balance the budget?

Is it only me doing the maths here?


Who would you prefer your tax money to go to – bankers or nurses?

Please feel free to comment and please share. Thanks.

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