Originally Published by gov.uk 29 March 2017
Letters to Britain
As the 2nd Coronavirus wave hits, it's time for the NHS to provide on-site or nearby daycare for working parents to lessen NHS worker absenteeism.…
As COVID-19 appears to be with us indefinitely, it's time to build new and smaller schools for children, to reduce future retransmission of infectious diseases.…
Captain Tom Moore was knighted today by Elizabeth II in an informal ceremony at Windsor Castle, will now be known as Captain Sir Tom Moore.…
Eliminating the VAT until December 31 would stimulate the UK economy so much that by January 2021 the economic hit from COVID-19 could be reversed.…
A Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI) will help Britons struggling financially during the Coronavirus pandemic & help to grow the whole economy! Continue reading →
Why should Prince Andrew agree to be questioned by US authorities, when the US won't return Anne Sacoolas to the UK in the matter of…
Because some politicians have so-called 'seller's remorse' isn't a legitimate excuse to violate the signed in good faith treaty that returned Hong Kong to China.…
The NHS can save millions of pounds annually if the UK government bulk purchases all medicine for the entire country to obtain huge discounts from…
As we begin to deal with the middle stage of the COVID-19 crisis, it's time to relook how the UK funds its National Health Service.…
With more than 100,000 deaths globally from COVID-19, major societal changes seem to be on the way. We wonder what those changes should be. Continue…
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