The Eat Out to Help Out scheme may seem like a generous way to kick start the economy, but is it a sensible economic rescue plan? It is an ingenious means of getting people to part with their cash and inject money into local businesses, but there doesn’t need to be a sole focus on the restaurant industry.
I soon came to realise The James O’Brien Show was nothing more than a political amphitheatre in which in-experienced broadcast subjects would come onto the show only to then be set up for slaughtering by O’Brien. A man who week after week of listening to, made me feel as though if I differed from his viewpoint that I was nothing more than pond life.
Recent polling has suggested the public mood is slowly shifting from people wanting the divisive and tribal Tories, to opting for a less bloshy administration.
London has been, for a while now, crying out for a centrist voice. An individual that doesn’t give in to the partisan, tribal politics that we see today, but instead seeks to unite the political divide and adopt a new type and style of administration that would be needed to mend the societal cracks.
Homelessness is a Public Health crisis that must be treated like one, says Ted Jeffery.
Ted Jeffery argues Boris will always have a liberal-Tory ideology just like his political idol, Sir Winston Churchill – another progressive Tory of his time.
“Twitter is basically a video game. An RPG ‘shoot’em up’ in which you try and gain as many followers as you can by portraying a persona loosely based on your own.”