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(1397) Theresa May in Election Jitters Caught Lying About Tory Plans to Cut The National Health Service - YouTube
selling of buildings and land and leasing it back = privatisation 2.0 after PFI. // proceeds are used to run NHS! LOL // book Oliver Letwin a- artificially distress NHS and Co to privatise it to make it more palatable. // Naylor Report - http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/what-naylor-report-everything-you-10543351 /// Simon Stevens is Tories henchman and privatisation agenda!
NHS  Privatisation  GE2017  PFI  UK  STP  health  care  demand  Jeremy  Hunt  Simon  Stevens  England  Wales  Conservative  Party  nastyparty  nasty  Manchester  Devolution  ageing  chronic  sick  population  demographic  bubble  adult  elderly  social  Prevention  Austerity  Naylor  Report  Oliver  Letwin  book  Living  Standard 
june 2017 by asterisk2a
London attack: Theresa May says enough is enough after seven die - BBC News
https://twitter.com/iyad_elbaghdadi/status/871490728396038145 & https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jun/04/theresa-may-british-values-muslims-terror-threat - Speaking in Downing Street after a meeting of the government's emergency Cobra committee, the prime minister said the country "cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are".
"We believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism," she said.
Mrs May said the UK's counter-terrorism strategy would be reviewed, as she promised to step up efforts to combat Islamist ideology and work with other countries to prevent the internet being a "safe space" for terrorists.
She said there was "too much tolerance of extremism in our country" and while it would involve "some difficult and embarrassing conversations", that must change. [...] Some analysts see this as a last desperate bid by IS to its supporters, following multiple setbacks in the Middle East where its self-proclaimed caliphate is shrinking fast. However, the ideology of IS is likely to survive those defeats and will continue to fuel terrorist attacks around the world. [...] With three attacks in close proximity, terrorism against soft targets is beginning to feel, to some people, like the new normal.
The brutal reality is that this kind of threat is absolutely typical of what jihadists sought to achieve in all their attacks across Europe.
UK  War  on  Terror  Manchester  London  Theresa  May  Muslim  Islam  Extremism  radicalism  radicalisation  ISIS  Al-Qaeda  jihadist  jihadism  jihadi  ideology  Middle  East  Syria  Iraq  Afghanistan  Populism 
june 2017 by asterisk2a
Tory candidate defends spending up to £1m on West Midlands mayor campaign | Politics | The Guardian
; a new start in democracy for this region. << it's not devolution and mayors is a scam, just shifting blame. tokenism. bread crumbs. [political communication: framing the argument/policy/change/change management/positioning] tokenism for neoliberal capitalism austerity accelerated times of globalisation and the weak suffer what they must.
Devolution  Manchester  Liverpool  London  Tories  Conservative  Party  nasty  Mayor  West  Midlands  UK  Council  Election  GE2017  Andy  Street  oligarchy  plutocracy  1%  Theresa  May  Super  Rich  Austerity  Privatisation  democracy  neoliberal  neoliberalism  tax  avoidance  evasion  capitalism  globalisation  Brexit  history  tokenism  Politics  Career  Politicians 
may 2017 by asterisk2a
Theresa May lays down independence vote challenge to Sturgeon | Politics | The Guardian
PM escalates attacks on SNP demand for greater autonomy after Brexit, throwing down referendum gauntlet [...] The prime minister told the Scottish Conservative party she would fight against any further decentralisation of power which meant the UK became “a looser and weaker union”. “We cannot allow our United Kingdom to drift apart,” she said. In a marked escalation of her attacks on the first minister’s demand for greater autonomy for the Scottish parliament after Brexit, May said there would be a strict limit to any extra powers and spending.

“We must avoid any unintended consequences for the coherence and integrity of a devolved United Kingdom as a result of our leaving the EU,” May told the Scottish Tory conference in Glasgow on Friday. [...] Despite the SNP’s grip on power in Scotland, Downing Street believes Sturgeon is in a weak position on independence. &! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-39151250
SNP  Scotland  Devolution  Nicola  Sturgeon  Alex  Salmond  Theresa  May  Barnett  formula  Austerity  indyref2  Manchester  Wales  EVEL  Brexit  EU  Funding  redistribution  income  inequality  Holyrood 
march 2017 by asterisk2a
Growing calls for federal UK in wake of Brexit vote
[ out of a constitutional crisis the day after euref w pm quitting - should seek a new UK in a new world, different world ] According to Mr Fraser, the answer is federalism. An entrenched Scottish Parliament, an English Parliament sharing time at Westminster, English city regions with administrative but not legislative power, the replacement of the House of Lords with a senate representing "each federated part of the UK."
I do not intend in these musings to examine this particular set of ideas too closely. My attention is more aimed at the other advocate of federalism this week, Labour's Kezia Dugdale.
federalism  Devolution  devo-max  Holyrood  Mayor  City  of  London  Scotland  Northern  Ireland  Northern  Powerhouse  Manchester  Indyref  2  Scottish  Independence  Scottish  referendum  Brexit  House  of  Lords  Whitehall  Westminster  No  Representation  Career  Politicians  politician  democracy 
july 2016 by asterisk2a
NHS spending devolved in Greater Manchester
Dr Zahid Chauhan, a GP in Failsworth, Oldham, raised questions about how that money will be saved.
He said: "My concerns with all this funding deficit and loss of £2bn is that we might struggle to achieve it and who will be responsible for that?
"Will it mean less doctors, appointments and operations? I don't know, but those are the questions that need to be answered." //&!
NHS  England  NHS  Devolution  Northern  Powerhouse  Manchester  austerity  Jeremy  Hunt  George  Osborne  David  Cameron  Westminster  Whitehall  sick  population  diet-related  disease  chronic  disease  health  crisis  GP  A&E  OAP  demographic  bubble  ageing  population  premature  ageing  health  care  cost  health  care  demand  health  care  budget  health  care  spending  prevention  intervention 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Wealthy areas 'getting cash aimed at poorer communities' - BBC News
[ when councils can not raise $ because there is no money $ then there needs to be redistribution. thus devolution praised to regenerate areas like the north, is a con trick. positioning. for votes. normal people don't read and think farther than headlines. ] Most of the money aimed at regenerating Scotland's most disadvantaged communities is going to wealthier areas, a report has said. The independent regeneration network, Surf, said current policies were increasing rather than reducing inequality. [...] The report said there was evidence that, following the financial crash of 2008, there was a trend of public and private sector capital being invested in Scotland's affluent areas and commercial centres with poorer areas missing out. It said that was damaging town centres and "secondary locations" such as Falkirk and Paisley. [...] fairer, wealthier and more successful place for everyone."
Devolution  Council  tax  UK  wealth  distribution  income  redistribution  deprivation  Public  Policy  London  corporate  tax  rate  neoliberalism  neoliberal  SNP  Tories  Northern  Powerhouse  Manchester  Conservative  Party  nasty  PR  spin  doctor  Positioning  election  campaign  promises  populism  tax  evasion  tax  avoidance  income  distribution  wealth-distribution  general  election  2015  Public  Services  Social  Services  austerity  post  code  lottery  education  NHS  community  structural  unemployment 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Jaywick and Middlesbrough most deprived areas in England - BBC News
The department's Indices of Deprivation scored neighbourhoods according to seven key areas including crime, health and employment. It found almost half of Middlesbrough's 42 neighbourhoods were among the most deprived 10% nationally, while it classed 162 of Birmingham's 253 neighbourhoods as highly-deprived. Report author Baljit Gill said: "There are concentrations of deprivation in large urban conurbations, areas that have historically had large heavy industry, manufacturing and or mining sectors, coastal towns, and large parts of east London. "There are also pockets of deprivation surrounded by less deprived places in every region of England." //&! bit.ly/1Gh08Ow
deprivation  Perspective  UK  poverty  structural  unemployment  long-term  unemployment  youth  unemployment  Manchester  Liverpool  post  code  lottery  social  mobility  income  mobility  Gini  coefficient  education  policy  NHS  working  poor  precarious  work  Precariat  low  income 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
The Hard Lives of Britain's Synthetic Marijuana Addicts - YouTube
Legal highs are set to be outlawed by the British government in response to a growing number of news reports about students overdosing on the synthetic drugs after using them recreationally. On the eve of the ban, VICE travelled to Manchester to meet some more vulnerable users who have become addicted to these over-the-counter substances and discovered that solving the problem won't be as simple as making legal highs illegal.
homeless  homelessness  austerity  Manchester  UK  London  Public  Services  Social  Services  safety  net  deprivation  Generationengerechtigkeit  fairness  society  Zivilcourage  Zivilgesellschaft  civic  society  civic  life  substance  abuse  drug  abuse  alcohol  abuse  addiction 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Unions protest as rail fares rise three times faster than wages over five years | Money | The Guardian
The FT takes the same grim line, pointing out that season tickets and other regulated fares have risen by 25% in real terms since 2010 while average pay rose 8.7%. The Daily Express grumbles: "In return travellers continue to battle with trains that are frequently delayed and hugely overcrowded. All the while rail bosses pick up huge pay packets and some petulant unions misuse their ability to cause chaos." /// &! bbc.in/1E1VSqd &! Rail fares: Minister Patrick McLoughlin defends rises - bbc.in/1BbUkWs // &! bbc.in/1CpMwym - Election 2015: Conservatives in rail fare inflation pledge // &! To Rise 1% in Jan 2016 - bbc.in/1E1VSqd
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Northerners ‘£2,300 worse off’ than rest of UK
“These figures show the Northern Powerhouse has a long way to go before people in the North feel the benefit of a stronger regional economy,” said Luke Raikes, research fellow at IPPR North. He added that the region would be unable to escape historic under performance of its economy without a “step change in policy.” [...] “The North should pursue growth and prosperity built on higher wages, more jobs and stronger productivity – not simply try to catch up to London and the South East, where the type of economic growth they’ve experienced has created high levels of inequality and left many behind. “The Northern Powerhouse will be meaningless for the people who live and work in the North unless the economic growth it generates reaches their pockets.”
Manchester  Nothern  Powerhouse  UK  disposable  income  discretionary  spending  industrial  policy  ecosystem  economies  of  agglomeration  urbanisation  urban  planning  Westminster  London  London  Start-up  Scene 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Creative young Brits are quitting London for affordable Berlin | World news | The Guardian
More and more burnt-out Londoners are embracing the laid-back cool – and much lower cost of living – of the German capital [...] Her decision to leave London was mainly a financial one. “I was working seven days a week and paying £800 for a shared flat in Lewisham. We kept moving further and further into south-east London, until I felt I needed to leave entirely. I’m part of a big exodus; I know many people who have moved from east London to south-east London and then to Berlin. [...] Agora is one of many “co-working hubs” that have sprung up in the city, created for the ever-growing startup community (by 2020 an estimated 100,000 jobs are set to be generated by Berlin startups). Agora is one of many expat bubbles, catering to the ever-growing number of digital nomads. [...] I was just exhausted all the time. You go home to your expensive flat, but end up just sleeping in it, and then go back to work. There’s just more time here.” [...] In London, its office work, bars, sleep, repeat.
Manchester  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  affordable  housing  quality  of  life  noise  pollution  air  pollution  well  being  happiness  index  chronic  stress  housing  market  social  housing  UK  living-standard  living  environment  standard  of  living  city  living  urbanisation  work  environment  4-day  work  week  6-hour  work  day  Start-Up  advice  barriers  to  entry  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  Start-Up  lesson  San  Francisco  bootstraped  bootstrapping  bootstrapped  Silicon  Valley  New  York  Start-Up  Scene  Los  Angeles  Start-Up  Scene  Palo  Alto  Mountain  View 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Government defeat highlights the limits of NHS devolution plans | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian
Last week an amendment was moved successfully by Labour peer Norman Warner to the cities and local government devolution bill which stops the transfer of NHS regulatory functions held by national bodies. Crucially, if the amendment is not reversed in the Commons, it will ensure any devolved services adhere to national service standards and are still nationally accountable. The bill, part of the “northern powerhouse” drive to devolve responsibilities to major cities, has become the vehicle for devolving £6bn of health and care spending to Greater Manchester. [...] While the precise legal implications of the amendment would need to be tested, philosophically it goes to the heart of the moves towards devolving control of the NHS. Those who see themselves as the guardians of the NHS see any erosion of its national character as inimical to the idea of universal health provision; national oversight and accountability are bulwarks against those who are indifferent to the NHS [...] ...
Devolution  UK  Northern  Powerhouse  Manchester  NHS 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Scottish fantasy sport firm FanDuel plans expansion - BBC News
>> London Expensive, Silicon Valley (SF, Mountain View, Palo Alto), NY prohibitively expensive to run a start-up out of solely. The next best cities are probably, in UK; Glasgow and Manchester. Edinburgh still more expensive than both and commuting is for most unavoidable. Keep in mind, (1) UK wide housing shortage - lowest rate of new builds over decades, and (2) also quality of life/health lower in noisy polluted over crowded London with the long commute, and (3) Aberdeen is 2nd most expensive city of UK, bc Oil drove up the prices.
FanDuel  London  Start-up  Scene  Edinburgh  Silicon  Valley  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  barriers  to  entry  Venture  Capital  ecosystem  Berlin  Scene  Manchester  UK  lesson  advice  quality  of  life  noise  pollution  air  pollution  commuting 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC’s Peter Salmon: ‘Where do you want me to be? Milton Keynes?’ | Media | The Guardian
The increasing unaffordability of the capital is a boon for the BBC’s non-London outposts, Salmon says: “You can develop a career here and be on a starter salary, say £20-25,000, you could probably get a foot on the property ladder or rent in a decent part of town. Live the dream and live out in Derbyshire and travel in, or get a little flat in Manchester. A lot of younger people starting out who can’t afford London any more look to Salford and Media City. We really benefit from the negative side of London’s growth.”
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Startup UCLA: Fireside Chat with Jeff Jordan, Andreessen Horowitz - YouTube
13min value prop of a16z || min19 tenacious, going big, VC is hit driven business || min24 even those that are successes, there have been failures internally, a shit show, near death experiences || min29:50 SV ecosystem; capital, deep talent pool (network, experience, motoring, hand holding, guiding, supporting), support services (legal, banking), own gravity due to scale (attracts best). All 4 points support companies to scale and break through walls. + Brutal Talent Wars within SV for engineering talent. Scene needs some few hits (Berlin, London) and things could roll and grow by themselves. // min 39 - Consumer is hit driven business, more failures. While enterprise has higher hit rate and lower averages. // min 45 in current market, cant afford to go slow because of copy cats & opportunists & market slush with capital for proven ideas || min53 !!! >>> 'need to be an effective seller, not a sales person per se' to get capital, to get best employees, customers,
a16z  Venture  Capital  scaling  value  creation  Proposition  added  value  intangible  value  differentiate  differentiation  Ben  Horowitz  Marc  Andreessen  ecosystem  Silicon  Valley  war  for  talent  war-for-talent  Top  London  Start-up  Scene  Berlin  Scene  Manchester  Amsterdam  lesson  advice 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Startup Ecosystems Take Time
I made the same point last week to Laura Rich of Fast Company who is doing a piece on startup ecosystems. I think it is good to think about decades when you think about the development of new startup hotbeds. [...] So back to new startup ecosystems developing in europe, asia, and elsewhere. It can happen and it will happen. But it takes time. And you can't fast forward because we are talking about experience which can't be manufactured. You simply have to put in the time.
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Manchester  London  Scene  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  Silicon  Valley  Silicon  Alley 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Budget 2015: George Osborne sets out 'northern powerhouse' vision
[ Manchester X-times more affordable than London ] Also announced as part of the budget were plans to invest £11m in creating technology hubs in Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield. The sites will offer co-working space, meeting spaces and educational resources to entrepreneurs working in the digital sector. [...] Speaking about the announcement today, he said: "The deal is disappointing and doesn't match the scale of our ambition. It undermines the government's claim to want a strong northern powerhouse. "If we are to turn that into a reality we need real devolution, including fiscal devolution, to enable us to bring about a step change in the city region's economy." Councillor Andrew Carter, leader of Leeds City's Council's conservative party, said he wanted to to see an elected mayor in Leeds. "[It] will give proper public scrutiny and accountability to what will then be a Manchester style package of devolution, which has to be a good thing," he said.
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march 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Manchester to get Tech North start-up boost
The imminent arrival of Tech North in Manchester comes five years after Mr Cameron announced Tech City, an organisation set up to support start-ups around the so-called "Silicon Roundabout" in East London. Since then, the government has been eager to stress its success - however there are some in the technology business who dispute the impact Tech City has had, arguing that start-ups were succeeding independently of any government help. [...] Doug Ward, who runs Spaceport, a start-up working space in Manchester, said he hopes the city can become one of Europe's top five destinations to run a tech company - alongside, he said, London, Dublin, Berlin and Stockholm.
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Mini-Wohnung in London mit hoher Miete alarmiert Behörden - SPIEGEL ONLINE
London is a different country than UK ex-London. PERIOD. As is SF, LA, NY compared to USA as a whole. UK needs support for 2nd London, ie Manchester surroundings. That is why BBC moved parts of its operations to Manchester, creating the MediaCity. It was a politically motivated and macroprudential influenced decision as well as microeconomic decision for BBC Operations (lower wage demands, lower operating cost). ""Für durchschnittliche Mieter dürfte es nur ein schwacher Trost sein, dass in London auch die Superreichen inzwischen Mondpreise für Immobilien zahlen müssen. So hat ein privater Käufer für eine Penthouse-Wohnung im vornehmen Londoner Stadtteil Knightsbridge kürzlich 140 Millionen Pfund (knapp 171 Millionen Euro) bezahlt. Angesichts solcher Zahlen warnte sogar der stellvertretende Direktor der Bank of England vor einer gefährlichen Blase: Das Preisniveau auf dem Grundstücksmarkt stehe in krassem Gegensatz zur derzeitigen Schwäche der britischen Wirtschaft, sagte Jon Cunliffe.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC Two - Mind the Gap: London v the Rest
Polarising UK. (1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Gateway (Port is a 50 year bet that London and surroundings will thrive further. Keeping Supply chains as tight as possible.) Most great careers are in the City. 58% of jobs need/have graduate qualification. City/London networking economics. Economies of Agglomeration. Proximity fuels productivity. + Connection to the world of business. Once you've attracted good neighbours, it attracts more people and more businesses to be there too. Self-fulfilling, once you reach critical mass, Tipping Point. Cotton Mills in the 19th century were build where the cotton planted. Corporations want to locate parts of their business were the resources are - the talent pool. And for data centres, where cheap energy is. // UK is now a two speed economy. London followed by the other big cities, followed by the rest of UK, rural UK. // There is no formula of success that other cities less prosperous could copy from London. It evolves. Bottom up growth.
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Alcohol deaths in young women show 'worrying rise'
'Cultural influences' The team behind the report suggests that cheaper alcohol, which is more widely available, combined with better marketing and longer drinking hours will all have played their part in fuelling the problem. Dr Shipton told the BBC it was "a shame" minimum pricing had been rejected in England and Wales.
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july 2013 by asterisk2a

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