I am writing to let you know that I am very unhappy that the UK government through Mr Fallon has met with EU leaders to discuss military integration between the UK and the EU. I am even more unhappy that the government has given away our Nuclear Weapons to France, what possible justification can there be for this? There are an increasing number of news reports which describe the poor state of our Royal Navy, Air force and Army. Please can you investigate the details of this letter with your colleagues, and get back to me with your views.
I am writing to you with regard to the imprisonment of Melanie Shaw. This lady is a survivor of child abuse and a whistle blower. She is being held in HMP Foston Hall, Derby, and is a material witness in the sexual abuse of children by people in positions of power and authority. I have heard and read allegations from many sources that there is a paedophile ring operating within Westminister and has been for many many years. It is time for decent, honest people in positions of influence to n this vile practise. I do not see how this country can move forward any other way. Young children’s lives are blighted and innocent people are wrongly imprisoned to protect a few evil people. Can you please investigate and let me know for which crime Ms Shaw is being held, and please find out why she is being held in solitary confinement. I look forward to your response.
I am extremely concerned to find out that the trial of Thomas Mair for the murder of the MP Jo Cox might have been compromised.
A freedom of information request has revealed that the Jury was not allowed to see photographs which were taken at the scene. Photographs do exist but these were not used, instead the jury was shown ‘Computer Generated Images’.
Please can you find out the reasons why the real photographs were not used or shown to the jury. In addition can you please find out who and where the real photographs are.
I look forward to your response
Milton Keynes Citizen
27 April 2017
Dear Olga Norford (for publication if you so choose)
I attended Milton Keynes Hospital last Wednesday, the day of the last PMQs in the House of Commons. As usual, Iain Stewart MP was in his place sitting as close to his boss as he could. As usual, Mark Lancaster was (probably) somewhere in the throng but you never can tell. Busy party representatives and members of government can’t always grab a seat when there are more bottoms than seats to sit on.
Iain Stewart stood and praised the development of our hospital to the extent that he invited his boss to come and admire it, and Mark Lancaster praised the hospital in his newsletter this week.
Neither made mention of the fact that in Cardiology Dept there are no scales to weigh a patient nor height measuring guides – two first line essentials, along with blood pressure testing, before ANY medical consultation. The front of office nurse tested my blood pressure and apologised for not being able to weigh me. Apparently, some mutton-
I conclude that there isn’t much wrong with our consultants, doctors and nurses. Any perceived shortcomings are likely to be remedied after dismissing incompetent managers.