So this is democracy, is it? The public (the voting public I might add) are against it. The local authorities are against it. It is endangering the very foundations of our country. It’s damaging the environment. But the Government has
I know a lot of my regular readers are used to me ranting and raving about the supermarkets, food waste and injustices in general. Today you’re in for a surprise. I am breaking the mould and sharing a bit of
I’m horrified, sickened and bewildered in equal measures about the modern slavery revelations and recent prosecutions in the Midlands. Apart from the appalling fact that this is going on here in the UK, it concerns me that so many of
What do you have to do in the UK to get people to listen? That’s my burning question right now. Why are these unpopular and potentially health-damaging 5G experiments being allowed to continue when there is so much negative public
Who remembers the days when fibre was called roughage? Those were probably the days before the famous F-Plan diet when human flatulence was endangering the ozone layer. I guess the R-Diet didn’t have such a catchy ring to it. But
We’re definitely crying over spilt milk here at Nina & Co. £20 million’s worth of spilt milk, to be exact. That’s how much milk gets poured down the drain each year because it’s gone out of date. And that’s just
Starving children with rickets and other diseases caused by malnutrition. No warm clothes to wear in cold weather. Parents collapsing from hunger because they have given all their food to their children. Another refugee crisis? No. A humanitarian crisis? YES.
I’d be lying if I said that I don’t complain when my phone signal isn’t strong enough or my internet speed has dropped off. We’re getting increasingly reliant on improved technology. As consumers, we’re constantly demanding faster speeds, the