CALLING BOTH THE BRITISH POLITICAL GOVERNMENT AND THE BRITISH HORSERACING GOVERNMENT TO ACCOUNT
OVER THEIR FAILED WORKING PRACTICES
J. Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment
NICK CLEGG and DAVID CAMERON leading our own present political government two and a half years on into their five year term, last week authorised and broadcast a repeat film slot of the day they took office and spoke to the British people from the
garden of Number 10 Downing Street.
Where have David Cameron and Nick Clegg been since that day? And what out of their original proposed agenda have they achieved to date, (16.01.2013) or not as the case may be?
Why have the people of this country who voted them in, not been given regular political live updates over the past two and a half years? Why was it that the British electorate found themselves fobbed off last week with only a repeat broadcast of the original political
broadcast shown on BBC 1 two and a half years ago? What sort of fob off abuse of the British people is this? Where is the current update?
If government like to use the original setting in the garden of Number 10 Downing Street for updating their agenda to the electorate all well and good. Unless there is found to be too much snow and ice to do so. But to just show a repeat broadcast of the original one, two and a half years on, a blatant snub that shows political working practices hold no respect whatsoever for any of the British people or their daily lives.
Political Rip Of Britain in the year 2013 is not acceptable in any form. The British electorate need to know the honest detail of where we are at now, what has been achieved over the last two and a half years, or not, as the case maybe.
British Political Government Rip Off Britain together with the British Horseracing Regulation Government Rip Off Britain, both parties guilty every day of severely punishing the workers. Dishing out such severe punishments totally out of context and perspective.
One of the most shocking examples of all paned out to be the BHA’s Bloodhorse Illiterate Whip Review carried out throughout the year of 2011, by the bloodhorse illiterate.
Another of the most shocking examples of all paned out to be on the very first QIPCO British Champions Day October 15th 2011. A guest rider over to compete for
France Champion Jockey Christophe Soumillon docked £50,000 Ascot prize in whip row. Unbelievable out of the dark ages.
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