With home secretary, Priti Patel and the rest of the Conservative party getting lambasted by the left over their latest House of Commons victory of the resurged immigration bill, it’s prompted the middle class ‘remainiac’ crowd to go on the attack. Continue reading Middle class elitism rears its ugly head over the latest immigration bill
Everyone has some mental health issues or personal problems in their cognitive processes – no matter how radiant your friend’s social media accounts are with positivity. All of us have some form of insecurity, anger, anxiety or detrimental character trait we’d rather not have. It’s about how you gear yourself up to tackle the challenge of acceptance, planning and implementation of a cognitive program that dictates whether you’ll be happy in the long run. Continue reading Breaking the cycle – Confronting your mental health issues head on
30 million in the USA. 6.5 million in the UK. Over a million in Spain. 195 million projected worldwide. I’m talking about job loss and almost all of them have or will have been lost due to the spread of the novel Coronavirus. Continue reading COVID-19 has triggered the debate for Universal Basic Income – but is it the way forward?