A decision by the Department of Works and pensions to strip an ex-service man of his job seekers allowance all because he sold poppies for charity can only be described as callous and anti-British. Yet for Stephen Taylor the anti-British decision has been taken by the local DWP.
By Dr Phil Edwards-When something significant happens in the world, TV, radio news channels and the general broadcast media usually give it about five, or at the most ten, minutes before moving on to another topic.
By Kevin Layzell: A police guard to go about doing charitable work and helping the hungry? No this isn’t Syria or the Middle East, this is East London.
The East London branch continued to help the elderly and vulnerable by supplying them with food, hot soup, hot food and hot drinks as per usual - except this time there was a twist to the happy tale.
By Robert the Brucie-Whilst watching a topical news programme on TV a few days ago, one of the invited guests talking about the impending influx of Roma, Romanians and Bulgarians commented on newspaper reports as scare stories and no doubt more will follow as we get closer to January 1st 2014.
Without mentioning the name of the overly liberal minded person, here is one of those scare stories, one like many that is true.
We should look forward to watching the televised docusoap of David Cameron et al leading prayers and minutes of silence in the House of Commons, all the while remembering as a youth Mandela protested against them.
How often it is that the angry man rages denial of what his inner self is telling him.