Stop Passport Change - Spend the £500m on Children, Homeless and Public Services
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A country's greatness is not in the colour of their passport, but in the complete elimination of Austerity...
Theresa May has done it again....
After a very difficult financial, political and Social year for the people of Britain, Theresa May has ended 2017 on her highest note ever this week by confirming the return of navy travel documents after Brexit. Apparently abandoning the EU-style burgundy design introduced in 1988 was an expression of “independence and sovereignty” that reflected “citizenship of a proud, great nation”.
Hundreds of thousands of children and older people have been plunged into poverty in the past four years, according to a stark analysis laying bare the challenge to families trying to keep up with the cost of living in Britain according to research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).
Are you Proud? Where is the greatness in a nation which has hundreds of thousands of children and elderly pludged into poverty.
More than 300,000 people in Britain – equivalent to one in every 200 – are officially recorded as homeless or living in inadequate homes, according to figures released by the charity Shelter.
Are you proud? Where is the greatness in a nation when one in every 200 is homeless!
We have a crisis in homelessness, a severe shortage of funding for social care and the NHS and businesses are facing considerable uncertainty over our future trading relationship with the EU. Yet apparently changing back to blue passports is a pressing priority for our Government.
It is estimated that almost £500 million will be spent changing the colour of UK passports from red to blue. I say £500 million should be spent in eliminating Austerity in the UK, because we are a great nation.
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