Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Wednesday February 25, 2015.


BBC1 6.00am 9.15am
Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull
Breaking News,  key info, and guests.
Our Carol, brings weather news: Changeable.
 Cold front comes back from Thursday. Topsy - Turvy

What are government going to do about this? Not much to date.   A new website, that's a step in the right direction ...
The Hon Edward Henry Butler Vaizey MP (born 5 June 1968) is HM Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, a Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State post with responsibilities in both the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). He was promoted to Minister of State at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, with responsibility for digital industries in the reshuffle on 15 July 2014.
Vaizey was elected Conservative Member of Parliament for the constituency of Wantage at the 2005 General Election, and was re-elected in the 2010 General Election. A qualified barrister, he is a regular media columnist and commentator.

Three Conservatives and One Liberal Democrat
JMC: We are supposed to have a Coalition Government between the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives . It has been noted that we have nothing of the sort. So which male lawyer will call bully boy The RT Hon David Cameron PM to account for deceiving the British public? The two gentlemen representing The Liberal Democrats The RT Hon Nick Clegg PM and the RT Hon Danny Alexander MP have shown a true sincerity throughout, no matter what.

An outdated, out of touch male government mess:
JMC: Britain has a political, legal, financial, racecourse and horseracing government totally out of touch with the every day lives and needs of all people to include the horses which has been left ongoing over the last 6 decades.

 JMC: Which male MP has a separate department that handles issues of British Justice that are found to be corrupt? Or do male lawyers and government believe they are all whiter than white, so there is no need to have a separate MP Department to handle such corruption left ongoing within the British political and legal government over the last 6 decades. Ripping off the public every day is considered to be perfectly acceptable is it?

The Rt HonChris Grayling MP Conservative


The Rt HonSimon Hughes MP  Liberal Democrats


The Rt HonMike Penning MP Conservative


Lord Edward Faulks QC Conservative

JMC: So why is this not working out in practice?
Why has this been left to be the case ongoing over the last 6 decades? 

"Disputes should be kept away from court and resolved using better, quicker and more efficient ways, Justice Minister Lord Faulks declared today." 

JMC: So why is this not working out in practice?
And why has this been left to be the case ongoing over the last 6 decades? 


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