Freedom Day – but what freedom for us?

Freedom Day hasn’t changed much for those of us with cancer problems, and somehow things aren’t clear – friends are still reluctant to join crowds and so am I. We aren’t clear about when and why we should or shouldn’t wear masks;  if we...

Yes Minister! is no longer funny

During lockdown, I’ve enjoyed watching old TV series I missed first time round. I remember the days when one was actually out at a party, or having a meal with friends, so missed them first time. Settling down for an orgy of old TV shows, I turned on Yes...

Will you just SHUT UP

Let me be blunt. It’s hard enough handling cancer problems, without having to put up with incompetence from bureaucrats.  Paid a fortune, yet they step away from problems without a care for the consequences.  I have been trying to get the anti-covid vaccination...

Nicola Sturgeon has a point

When Tony Blair was an aspiring MP, he gave a speech to newspaper Editors about ‘photo opportunities’.  Up until that time, no-one had thought much about the science behind these pictures – but he and his team were to suss out every possible...

Stop wasting NHS money

Events organisers are back in business, targetting NHS Trusts.  These Trusts are one of the biggest buyers of their services, as most have an unlimited budget for these events, such as the latest entitled New Deal for the NHS. STOP!  WE DON’T need any more New...

I am a Winner

I never win anything – except once at a very smart Ball I won a year’s supply of deodorant, my raucous friends thought this very funny,  but I’ve won nothing meaningful.  Until this Christmas Eve, when Dave our postman called up to me to say he had a...