A letter a day to number 10. No 1,506
Friday 29 July 2016.
Dear Mrs May,
In my letter of 26th July I wrote that we are ‘patronised and even despised for our modest lives’. Just writing that I knew it was a subject I needed to come back to.
My life is a small life, lived from a small space and place. No £millions here. Thank goodness. I’ve never aspired to that nonsense.
As it happens, there is nothing wrong with modest lives and modest living, but that is exactly what is being brutally attacked.
There has been a relentless campaign against us and I am not immune from its insidious power. In a few days I will lose my vehicle, which, as someone with mobility difficulties, is a cause of enormous anxiety and distress. I literally do not know what I am going to do, but here’s the…
View original post 291 more words