HomeBlogCancer-stricken ex-RAF pilot becomes victim of benefits cuts
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  • K Peake December 5, 2012 at 6:06 am

    The endemic criminality and corruption of the UK press, politicians and police is the most important news in living memory. We are controlled by unaccountable tyrants and pornographers who reward bullying and deceit and enjoy crushing the harmless. Sign the petition.

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  • jeffery davies December 5, 2012 at 10:40 am

    no veteran cover there then they lie againg they stood up and told mp,s they wernt touching veterans now you know its lies its all to do with the sick and disabled even the unemployed taking your monies away to pay for their mistakes in allowing the banks to loose their money now we pay they dont they still got their snouts in the trough and fingers in the till nah whose the social scroungers are our mp,s jeff3

  • Humanity2012 December 5, 2012 at 10:50 am

    My Blood Boils with Rage at the Supine British Public for Allowing this State
    of Affairs to Happen and for the UK to be Such a Sick Un Caring Society that it is

  • Mo Stewart December 5, 2012 at 11:34 am

    Contact RAFA. They will get someone to help you. Good luck.

  • Humanity2012 December 5, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    Fight For ” Queen and Country ” and then ” Queen and Country ” does Not seem
    to give a Toss

    This Illustrates the Need For a Revolutionary Change in the UK Political Situation
    by Peaceful Means Mass Public Protest General Strikes Lobbying and Public
    Involvement in Politics instead of Sticking their Head in the Sand

    • jeffery davies December 5, 2012 at 7:15 pm

      been there done that but now on the scrap heap how lovely our politicians are fickle comes to mind you get to be forgoten about pushed to one side while they still got thier snouts in the trough yes thats about right dav93 now jeff3

  • Mr C December 6, 2012 at 8:28 am

    For one I hope he is given the all clear for cancer & I hope he gets the treatments he deserves for the depression as my wife suffers too but as for pleading the poverty card he is a total joke! £40,000 a year in 1997 I have 2 children and survive on £24,000 a year 15yrs later. Flying anxiety, don’t fly then. I am a serviceman and I make do with what I have and will always do so, maybe if people worried more about how to fix my country then it would be in better shape, rather than take all the money you can get and push this once great nation out of the dark. Does he not get a medical pension too? There are families with young children struggling on half what I earn but where is their help?

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