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Part 4 – Democracy the Biggest Fraud of all

To begin with, Apologies for Absence   We planned to have this piece ready weeks ago, In January we put in a request to the Electoral Commission asking when the 2019 Electoral datasets were being published and they advised March. It didn’t happen, so another request last week got the reply, “hopefully by the end of this month”. While all this was going on, along came Covid 19, and, as
Media News Politics

Part 3 – The Role of the Press in Election rigging

This is the third part in a series about the rigging of the 2019 December UK general election where we focus on the role of the British press in delivering the extreme right wing governments of Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, and the United States. Note :-I planned put a small personal story here to illustrate the root cause of my anger but my editor said I was “rambling off topic
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Part 2 – The Role of the BBC in 2019 Election rigging

The BBC Purpose and Mission statement is crystal clear:- (With thanks to @poetinpyjama who did a great deal of the work that made this possible) Our mission is "to act in the public interest, serving all audiences through the provision of impartial, high-quality and distinctive output and services which  Inform, educate and entertain". I watched hundreds of hours of BBC News programming over the last 3 years  connecting the News coverage
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Part 1 – The Cummings-Krueger Effect

February 29, 2020 (A true Leap in the Dark day) Tony Broomfield (With thanks to @poetinpyjama who did a great deal of the work that made this possible) Introduction The first piece of a 5 part mystery thriller about the theft of British Democracy and the rigging of UK Elections and Referenda. Rather than an opinion piece, it is an evidence locker, and seeks to present enough material to support
Health News

Mental Health in 21st Century UK

Mental Health in 21st Century UK Male suicide in the UK is a cause of concern for us all, Statistics suggest that 5,821 people ended their lives in 2018, with men accounting for three quarters of the countries suicides. It is estimated that 75% of people suffering with a mental health illness do not get access to the treatment they need. More worryingly it is claimed that 200 people per
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The be-all and end-all

It has now been a week since Brexit. A week for sovereignty to be regained, a week to send out the 50p’s, and a week for the United Kingdom to remain afloat. From Boris Johnson’s majority government, to estimating what the future holds. Alternatively, the past week has meant that the media’s concentration on Brexit has allowed the ever growing inequality within the United Kingdom to be overlooked once again.