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Dear Rishi LABOUR WASTED The United Kingdom has many thousands of job vacancies in the health and care sectors, in hospitality, manufacturing, construction, horticulture and in public, community and other occupations. We also have thousands of able-bodied people who have risked their lives to come to our shores. They are maintained for month after month in hotels and elsewhere at the tax-payer’s expense but are forbidden to work. Why do we deny these people the opportunity to contribute to our society whilst their status is being determined? We are looking gift horses in the mouth – it makes no sense! Yours sincerely Stephen Childs
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Open Letter to Dr. Maliha Khan, President and CEO, Women Deliver Dear Dr. Maliha Khan, congratulations on your three decades of leadership in the battle for rights, including your current stewardship of the Women Deliver Organization. As a father and grandfather of girls and a rights defender, I applaud Women Deliver for its purpose of improving the lives of women and girls. I have followed your uplifting conversations at your conferences held in the United Kingdom in 2007; the United States in 2010; Malaysia in 2013; Denmark in 2016; and Canada in 2019. Madam President, I must confess that the just concluded Women Deliver 2023 Conference (WD2023) held in Rwanda came as a shock. Your keynote speaker was none other than General Paul Kagame, Rwanda’s iron-fisted strongman. Kagame has...
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Dear Citizens and Leaders of the World, I write to you today not as an individual, but as a voice echoing the collective consciousness of our shared humanity. We are at a critical juncture in our history, a moment that demands our collective attention, empathy, and action. The challenges we face are global in scope and interconnected in nature. Climate change, social inequality, political polarisation, systemic corruption, and the ongoing effects of the pandemic are not isolated issues, but symptoms of a world in need of change. Our planet, our shared home, is suffering. The evidence of climate change is undeniable, and its effects are already being felt across the globe. Rising temperatures, melting ice caps, devastating wildfires, and extreme weather events are not distant threats...
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken, 2021 C St NW Washington, DC 20520....
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From: Keely Gammon To: Representative Ken King, Texas House Member, District 88 Room E2.808 P.O. Box 2910 Austin, TX 78768 May 1, 2023 Re: School Shootings in the US Dear Representative King, I am writing you today regarding the highly serious and sensitive issue of school shootings. As of this moment, there does not yet exist a clearly defined and widely accepted definition for the term “school shooting”. However - that may soon change. Last week, a group of Democratic lawmakers reintroduced a 2020 bill called the School Shooting Safety and Preparedness Act, which will require the Department of Education to publish an annual report that recounts each incident of a shooting that takes place on school grounds- including but not limited to such...
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Dear people of the UK and the world, I am lucky to be looking on from a distance. When the UK gets hysterical, the distance is a good thing. The UK press and PR firms protecting powerful institutions such as the Royal Family, NHS and Church of England, give the world a misleading picture of situations in the UK, and it helps to know the realities and watch from a distance. The general public aren’t all behind the Coronation, the newspapers are being paid into a frenzy about the Coronation, and that’s a show for the rest of the world, as a lot of UK headlines are, the Press shows don’t reflect the reality of how people feel, and some of the headlines are alarmingly misleading and inaccurate as well as many being ridiculously fawning, who is footing the bill for the PR campaign, and...
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Dear America, You're delusional. I'll say it right out the gate. You sell this beautiful ideal of the American dream, where everyone can work, live, and be free, but you're selling us all lies. America isn't land of the free, home of the brave. America is land of the greed and home of the slaves. This country is broken and every attempt to fix it gets shoved under the rug. Homelessness is rampant and instead of helping the people who can't help themselves, we spend more money than we have on useless inventions set on making their lives worse. Tell me, what is the use of putting spikes on a platform so no one can sleep there? Does that make the homeless person just trying to get a damn rest just magically disappear? Other countries have eliminated homelessness and it cost less money...
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dear Mr. DeSantis I have many a problem with everything about you. your stance on gender identity and sexual identity, just for an example. this is not about that this is about the straw that broke the camels back, Disneyworld. politics aside (if i start, i will never stop, and this is not about that anyway) the fact that your taking away Disneyworld self governing ability will destroy the legality of Disneyworld, causing it to A) adhere by your totalitarian rule, and B) cause it, because of building standards, be bulldozed. you are, literally, destroying billions of children's happiness. stop. please, please, for the love of god stop. people much less nice then me, with (coincidently, because of you) access to weapons', are getting fed up with you. and they wont hesitate. get the...
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH Research by the Centre for Cities has revealed a considerable north-south divide, with economic inactivity more prevalent up north, according to research unit Centre for Cities. Unemployment figures are also three times higher than first thought, with the official rating unemployment at 3.7%, but this rises to 12.1% when ‘hidden’ unemployment is taken into account. Middlesborough the most northerly Yorkshire town has an unemployment rate of 20.2%, which is about two and a half times more than the South East town of Reading in Berkshire. Middlesbrough folk know this only too well as this town has suffered more than their share of hardship, which has seen the highest increase in child poverty in Britain in recent years. The government is aware of all this but...
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Dear President TV Radioshower, I am writing to you today as a proud but struggling nanobot farmer. As you well know, nanobot farming has become one of the most common occupations in working class families in 2087, providing us with a source of livelihood and pride. However, this pride is often tempered by the harsh realities of our profession. The work is incredibly demanding, both physically and mentally, and the conditions we face can be incredibly challenging. We work long hours, in harsh conditions, and are constantly faced with the threat of machinery breakdowns and crop failures. Despite all this, we persist. We persist because we believe in the future of nanobot farming and the vital role it plays in our nation. We are the backbone of this industry, the ones who put in the...
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