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NHS Safeguarding Beware Tory Privatisation

The NHS is as safe with Brexit Ministers as ‘A pet hamster with a hungry python’ (Sir John Major – Tory) so we have to rescue it from Tory privatisation

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Healthy Food That Is Unhealthy 7 To Avoid

It’s unfortunate but true, we have come to rely on the pseudo-scientific instructions of marketeers for our dietary needs.  Out of the window has gone our precious food culture and knowledge on how to cook and eat.  And in are unhealthy foods marketed as healthy food. Here are 7 to avoid.

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Women, Why Don’t We Believe Them?

From abuse to medical health, the police and society don’t believe women. It’s time to stop failing 50% of the population and believe them when they speak.

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Pro Life A Morally Inconsistent Arguement

IWD led me to think about the joy of motherhood. It’s probably the most beautiful thing in the world and the scariest. I’m not sure which part I dread the most. The idea of pushing something so big out of an area so small. Or being responsible for another human being for the rest of…

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Heart Attack – Are You having One?

Sadly, I have learned of another woman who died of a heart attack. Family and friends were shocked because her death was entirely unexpected but a heart attack can give warning signs.  Heart attacks are the biggest killer of women. Listeners on Galaxy 102.5FM were astounded by this when I raised the topic last year….

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The Science & Health of Women and The Trans-women Debate

Germaine Greer has caused a storm and made the headlines for saying that transgender women are ‘not real women’ and that ‘misogyny played a big part’ in the crowning of Caitlyn Jenner as Glamour’s Woman of the Year.  As much as I empathise with transgender issues, the physiology between the sexes is different and that…

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FYI – It’s Illegal To Smoke With Kids In The Car

From the 1 October 2015 anyone who smokes in their car while transporting youngsters (under 18’s) will be liable to a £50 fine. As much as I welcome the legislation it does not go far enough to protect young people nor non-smokers. There are two possible offences for which the driver of a private vehicle…

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Pitfalls of The Teen Morning After Pill

The sale of the morning after pill to girls under sixteen should be universally celebrated. It is taken ‘just in case’ after unprotected sex. This provides girls with the kindest method of control over their reproductive rights. It is guilt free because the girl may not even be pregnant when the pill is taken. There…

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