I see that David Cameron is lecturing the Greeks.
Can’t he see that anything he says is likely to be counter productive.
Leave them to make up their own minds.
I saw on Sky News that Sam Cam has been involved in this issue.
Why? We do not have a presidential system in this country.
All she can claim to be is a rich bint who married a politician, David, who later became the Prime Minister and can do cabinet government (which apparently even idiots can do)
She has nothing to do with autistic kids. She should leave them alone chiefly because, they should not be used, she does not understand them.
Apparently they want to re-classify people with mild SEN (Special Educational Needs) to having not got SEN.
As a person with SEN, which since I have difficulty handwriting, I have to admit to. I don’t understand this. Surely sometimes kids need help. The best way not to stigmatize or label people is to just let the educational system get on with it. One unfortunate result of what they are saying might be that we brush problems under the carpet, small steps might be missed which might help the situation.
We didn’t do very well in the Local Elections. People blame us for the austerity measures. Sometimes I watch the financial channels, they have experts who give opinions on the financial situation. We have to be frank, we are in a similar position to countries like irland, spain and italy. The only thing which is saving us is the political stability and willingness to take tough decisions of the Coalition. It’s easy for Labour to state they’ll do something different now, they can’t do it, they’re not the government, talk is cheep, however reality is that we do not have the backup of the Eurozone economies. There will be no bailout for us.
I just want to make clear my distress and embarrassment at what is happening.
It is not seemly for a leader of the labour party to ask that all top level pay is “tackled” as happened earlier this week. Look at the history, but whatever, I can get in serious trouble advising labour politicians so best to say “Do as you wish”
It is unseemly and demeaning for the House of Commons to be involved in such a dispute, As happened when the Labour Party threatened to force a vote on the RBS CEO’s bonus.
Numerous statements on Fred the Shred’s de-knighting need not have been made. The committee which tackled this was not political. When the politicians got involved (unfortunately including Vince Cable, a man who I respect) issues were created. The politicians might live to regret it.