We need an industrial policy

It is no good hoping that the private sector will create jobs without help or at least the government creating a benign environment for business.

We have had decades of indifference to manufacturing and engineering from politicians, many of whom seem to have little affinity or sense of importance of manufacturing. 

If anything the manufacturing is still shrinking.  It simply does not pay to employ lots of people in the UK.  The government need to reduce the cost of doing business in the UK so that when American, Japanese or Chinese move to the EU, they choose to come to Britain.

Goodwill alone is not good enough.

Why is this idea important?

It is no good hoping that the private sector will create jobs without help or at least the government creating a benign environment for business.

We have had decades of indifference to manufacturing and engineering from politicians, many of whom seem to have little affinity or sense of importance of manufacturing. 

If anything the manufacturing is still shrinking.  It simply does not pay to employ lots of people in the UK.  The government need to reduce the cost of doing business in the UK so that when American, Japanese or Chinese move to the EU, they choose to come to Britain.

Goodwill alone is not good enough.

When do we get a vote on banning the burqa

The British people are overwhelmingly against this symbol of defiance to integrate. 

Banning the burqa would set do more good than harm and indicate to people wishing to live in Britain that we have minimum standards of behaviour.

Why is this idea important?

The British people are overwhelmingly against this symbol of defiance to integrate. 

Banning the burqa would set do more good than harm and indicate to people wishing to live in Britain that we have minimum standards of behaviour.

Make it easier to sack public workers for poor work or absence.

My children have both had part of their education damaged because their school would not sack a teacher, who was both poor and always absent through stress.  Consequently they had a succession of substitute teachers in that particular subject.  Despite complaints from many parents the school seemed powerless to do anything.

Why is this idea important?

My children have both had part of their education damaged because their school would not sack a teacher, who was both poor and always absent through stress.  Consequently they had a succession of substitute teachers in that particular subject.  Despite complaints from many parents the school seemed powerless to do anything.

Restoring the education system

Give power back to head teachers and teachers.  Allow them to discipline children as they see fit and allow them to expel children as they see fit.

Why appoint these education professionals and pay them very high salaries only to undermine them with central control and excessive health and safety and human rights considerations which prevent them taking common sense decisions.

Why is this idea important?

Give power back to head teachers and teachers.  Allow them to discipline children as they see fit and allow them to expel children as they see fit.

Why appoint these education professionals and pay them very high salaries only to undermine them with central control and excessive health and safety and human rights considerations which prevent them taking common sense decisions.

Stop linking benefits to children

Rather than reduce child poverty this just encourages the unskilled and least able to bring up children, to have many children to garner the benefits that follow.

All the last governments efforts to reduce child poverty has actually increased child poverty.

Why is this idea important?

Rather than reduce child poverty this just encourages the unskilled and least able to bring up children, to have many children to garner the benefits that follow.

All the last governments efforts to reduce child poverty has actually increased child poverty.

Too many rights

The growth in rights culture has mainly benefitted those who want to abuse those rights, hence the growth of benefit culture,  The large numbers of illegal immigrants allowed to stay in the UK and use all the services paid for by the taxpayer. 

Why is this idea important?

The growth in rights culture has mainly benefitted those who want to abuse those rights, hence the growth of benefit culture,  The large numbers of illegal immigrants allowed to stay in the UK and use all the services paid for by the taxpayer. 

Repeal Human Rights Act

This act has done nothing but add cost to running the British economy and has stopped us from controlling who lives in the UK.

Public services run scared of this act and everything from the provision of housing, schooling and health services is provided not on the basis of entitlement based on contribution to national insurance but by need regardless of whether the person is a British citizen or not. 

It is the cornerstone of the last governments failed multicultural policy. The Human Rights Act has acted as a barrier to integration and has encouraged minorities to emphasise their differences to gain preferential treatment. 

Many schools are out of control because teachers cannot discipline children. 

We cannot expel people who are a danger to the British people because other countries may have the sense to treat them like the terrorists they are.

We cannot ban the burqa, symbol of defiance to integration, because of human rights.

The European Convention on Human Rights was a response to the extermination of the Jews but it has been perverted by the legal system and has become an economic migrants charter and a shield for terrorists.  When are we going to get a government that applies a bit of common sense?

 

 

Why is this idea important?

This act has done nothing but add cost to running the British economy and has stopped us from controlling who lives in the UK.

Public services run scared of this act and everything from the provision of housing, schooling and health services is provided not on the basis of entitlement based on contribution to national insurance but by need regardless of whether the person is a British citizen or not. 

It is the cornerstone of the last governments failed multicultural policy. The Human Rights Act has acted as a barrier to integration and has encouraged minorities to emphasise their differences to gain preferential treatment. 

Many schools are out of control because teachers cannot discipline children. 

We cannot expel people who are a danger to the British people because other countries may have the sense to treat them like the terrorists they are.

We cannot ban the burqa, symbol of defiance to integration, because of human rights.

The European Convention on Human Rights was a response to the extermination of the Jews but it has been perverted by the legal system and has become an economic migrants charter and a shield for terrorists.  When are we going to get a government that applies a bit of common sense?