Thursday, 20 July 2017
Thursday, 18 May 2017
|POLITICAL-RAVISHMENT, – or – |
The Old Lady of Threadneedle-Street in danger!
Does it really matter what's written in manifestos, and can we believe them? Has the Tory party changed at all since it's beginnings in the early nineteenh century?
The 2017 Tory Manifesto declares:
We do not believe in untrammeled free markets. We reject the cult of selfish individualism. We abhor social division, injustice, unfairness and inequality. We see rigid dogma and ideology not just as needless but dangerous.
Saturday, 6 May 2017
|Andy Street explains what the West Midlands Mayor does|
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Woodcraft Folk Elfins discussed the Dubs amendment, uncovering the shocking truth about the way our government treats child refugees, and what we can do.
Wednesday, 8 March 2017
|Children dancing to catch the eye of the funders|
Monday, 16 January 2017
|Lance Corporal William Leslie Arnold,|
Died of war wounds on 16/08/1916
Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 9th Battlion
Lance Corporal William Leslie Arnold was wounded in action during the Somme on the 22 July 1916. He suffered a gunshot wound to the right ankle and thigh. On the 14th August he was transferred to Birmingham and died two days later. He is buried at the Lodge Hill Cemetery Birmingham, along with 53 other Australians who died in the military hospitals around Birmingham. His younger brother Francis Benjamin Arnold, aged 20, was shot in the face near the same village of Pozieres the day after William died. He reached a major hospital in Etaples within a few days, but died from his wounds in France on the 25 August 1916.