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Tag Archives: Austerity
Here is a tale of the exploitation, told from the point of view of a young single girl trying to find a home…. but it has a hopeful ending.
If the government makes ‘savings’ of £1million, what does it actually save? Well, by savings we mean job cuts, and almost all of the job cuts are from lowly paid workers. A person on (say) £12000 a year will pay … Continue reading
It’s not complicated. Jesus said “Those who accept my commandments and obey them are the ones who love me.” And what are His commandments? “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all … Continue reading
Behaviour like that of Philip Green is more than just the unacceptable face of capitalism, it is the root cause of the turmoil in our country and world today. The greed of the very rich caused the deprivation in the … Continue reading
The result of the vote is likely to have little or no impact on me personally, so why do I come across as passionate that we should stay in? Because I care deeply about the wellbeing and spiritual health of … Continue reading
Inequality between the richest and the poorest is a man-made thing. Men have put it in place. Men defend it. Men can dismantle it. A young person on a modern-day apprenticeship (learning skills that will make a day-to-day difference in … Continue reading
Rents are too high. A single person over the age of 21 on minimum wage of £6.50 an hour will earn around £1000 a month, less deductions. Even with the lowest rent prices, half of that will go on rent … Continue reading
Friends on Facebook know that I often share posts highlighting injustice. And I have written blog posts prompted by claims that ‘austerity’ is working. But in the face of injustice, with a government that shows no sign of compassion, and … Continue reading
What is it that defines a successful country? The wellbeing of the citizens, or the nation’s riches? The two are not the same. Wellbeing: feeling loved and valued, health, happiness, contributing to society –these are the things that matter, that … Continue reading