Monday, 6 July 2015

Sacred Sunday July 5, 2015.


  We do not want our little babies having to experience
  the terror of war,  anytime in their lives.
The BBC1 Breakfast red sofa at Wimbledon
A warm welcome to all:
presented by Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt 
Our Carol  from Wimbledon's Global Tennis Tournament 2015 brings us the weather, a thorough full forecast. In brief only here. Misty start, after monster thunderstorms throughout the night. Beautiful warm sunny day expected.
Greek Debt Crisis



The Andrew Marr Show 
The host is joined by the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and shadow chancellor Chris Leslie.

JMC: The Christian life is a journey not a government poverty trap.

 JMC: The British Accountancy Theory Profession.
What damage have the accountancy profession burdened upon the British people over the last seven decades?

The Andrew Marr Show Paper Review
 Sunday Politics
BBC1.  11.00am  to 12.15pm
 presented by Andrew Neil including 
Peter Henley 11.35am regional reports.
Nicholas Watt is the Guardian's chief political correspondent. 3 July 2015. ... Nick Clegg offered to resign as Lib Dem leader a year before 2015 election.

Janan Ganesh has written about what he learned about Mr ...
The dandy with a will of iron: He was a Madonna fan and would be Oscar Wilde. But, as a new biography reveals, George Osborne ALWAYS had his eye fixed on power

Daily Politics
Which country is to be the next? Britain?
 Global Bank Scams left ongoing over decades.

Greece debt crisis: Mass rival rallies over bailout vote.

Greece's debt crisis explained 

 JMC: The British political, legal, financial and horseracing government have absolutely
no idea of the scale of the damage they are responsible for burdening upon the British people over the last 7 decades. Way out of touch, way out of tune, wrapped up in their own little safe cotton wool existence, completely and utterly clueless.
 Dozens of Calais migrants try to storm Channel Tunnel

Daily Politics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daily Politics is a British television show launched by the BBC in 2003 and presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. ... initially Janan Ganesh (The Economist), ...

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