https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7669887/Government-ask-honours-nominees-sexuality-gender-socio-economic-background.html It seems that the Honours Committee will now ask people for their gender, sexuality and socio economic background when put forward for an award. They say the aim is to reflect the country. Since when????? When someone is awarded a medal for bravery does it matter if he is richer or poorer than theContinue reading “Am I the only one offended by this?”
At the Al-Hol Camp in Syria that are over 70,000 people being held there and many thousands of them are ISIS female supporters. These women are now openly praying and chanting for the return of the caliphate of death and their children are brainwashed into wanting to do harm to those they class as nonContinue reading “Never let the ISIS Brides return…the return of the children only when deradicalized.”
For the last 10 years black cab drivers in London have been taking veterans home or to the station etc free of charge from the parade. What an amazing gesture from people who we know work long hours for their income, and it will mean so much to those veterans who use them to knowContinue reading “Black Cab Drivers in London – Quite Simply Thank You”
Greggs has just informed us that the doughnut with the hole in the middle is better for you by 200 calories, and that those with jam fillings etc are laden with calories….works for me….so off to Greggs to stock up on those lovely slimming doughnuts!
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7669949/Angry-row-breaks-squatter-interrupts-Remembrance-Sunday-silence-fireworks.html#v-2922455790901178387 A group of squatters at a pub in Eccles decided to set off fireworks as the two minutes silence was taken place. A squatter known locally as Stuart Potts then proceeded to shout profanities at the gathered crowd who were paying their respects. Potts is very lucky that the police managed to get himContinue reading “When birching should be allowed….”
I had the privilege today of attending the Remembrance Parade in Newcastle under Lyme along with my husband and my son. We arrived early to the sounds of the church bells of St Giles, the sun shining and blue skies. A little chilly but for November a beautiful beautiful day. The area was cordoned offContinue reading “Remembrance – When a town turns out with pride.”