Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Price Of Potatoes And The Value Of Compassion.

Whenever food poverty, obesity, or food in general comes into the media spotlight, I adopt a mental brace position, awaiting the onslaught of tweets that come, a plague of clockwork cockroaches, wound up and scurrying every which way into the … Continue reading

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COVID-19 in Trump’s USA

This 29 July 2020 video from the USA says about itself: Trump and U.S. COVID-19 Cases: A Timeline | NowThis TRUMP-COVID TIMELINE: Here’s Trump’s perception of the COVID-19 crisis vs the reality. 6 STATES BREAK RECORDS FOR CORONAVIRUS DEATHS A … Continue reading

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Barr testimony, troop withdrawal, divided Republicans, racial injustice protests, and pandemic news

By Robert A. Vella In the news today, we’ll cover Attorney General William Barr‘s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, the geopolitical fallout from President Trump’s planned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Germany, the division between congressional Republicans over additional … Continue reading

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Watch “New Study Confirms Back To School Danger” on YouTube

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Jane got justice in Rachel Riley court case – will Vox Political’s Mike get the same?

Rachel Riley has withdrawn her libel case against Jane Heybroek, and it seems they will pay part of her costs in an agreement that – surprisingly – does not include a demand for confidentiality. Here’s Jane’s statement on Twitter: We … Continue reading

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Jane got justice in Rachel Riley court case – will Vox Political’s Mike get the same?

Rachel Riley has withdrawn her libel case against Jane Heybroek, and it seems they will pay part of her costs …Continue reading → Jane got justice in Rachel Riley court case – will Vox Political’s Mike get the same?

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Can we solve homelessness in England? The facts say absolutely not!

Can we solve homelessness in England? Regrettably, the answer has to be no and more regrettably, all of the known facts clearly show homelessness in England will increase and significantly increase. I have outlined some of the main facts in … Continue reading

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DWP rejection of benefit increase call proves conclusively: we’re NOT ‘all in it together’

The Department for Work and Pensions has rejected a call by its own advisors to increase benefits and help two …Continue reading → DWP rejection of benefit increase call proves conclusively: we’re NOT ‘all in it together’

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What will Corbyn’s critics do if he is voted ‘MP of the Year’?

Well, well, well, what a tangled web we weave! After all the effort employed by certain agents to make us …Continue reading → What will Corbyn’s critics do if he is voted ‘MP of the Year’?

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Universal credit claimants can get a BT package for £5 a month

via Universal credit claimants can get a BT package for £5 a month

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