After three other events against pensions of misery (reports in Spanish (22 feb, 17 march, 16 abril), this past April 30 we made the fourth demonstration in Briviesca, responding to the call of the Coordinadora for pensions. Continue reading
After the announcement of even more imminent cuts in public health services, which would leave several villages without health services, without warning and without providing alternatives to the Burgos region of La Bureba, some three hundred people demonstrated today in front of the Health Centre of Briviesca, to demand that health not be messed with.
The situation is not new. Continue reading
Then I thought I should wait for the campaign to get to more respectable numbers, but the addition of new signatures went slower so I decided to deliver it, with more than 15k, 15,000 (fifteen thousand) signatures on it. Continue reading
One of the blogs I use for ‘keeping up to date with the world’ is Jonny Void‘s.
So yesterday I read the latest from Jonny Void and it struck a chord; he explains how, under the definitions used in that piece of UK legislation called the “Anti-Terrorism Act”, the benefit sanctions imposed by the Department of Work and Pensions on people on receipt of benefits do indeed constitute acts of terrorism against part of the British population.