It seems everywhere online there are organisations and individuals commenting on topics of public interest.

Chief Executive of the Patients Association, said,
“It is  unacceptable that a two week waiting time to see a GP maybe going to become the norm, “

“38 Degrees” are collecting names for a petition regarding private firms and social service provision.

Not noticed any comments on the topics seen on the web and social media being relayed by the TV very much. There is so much information for example on the Parliament website there could be a complete series on the TV on how Parliament works.  I know there is a channel where one can view discussions and debates, but the real work could be given an in depth structure and used to teach the public how it is all put together and legislation works.

I attended a Parliament Outreach session awhile ago on the workings of the European Parliament.  These sessions go on around the United Kingdom-they need more publicity. I also studied what was called British Constitution for a GCE examination. People were not impressed, but then it is a very useful subject in which to have some  knowledge. Education is not only about reading about a topic but having experience in real life, whereby one can apply it and connect it to events. An holistic view of the world. 

I read a lot of newsletters from those from the NHS, the Parliament newsletters and links, local voluntary and community networks. I connect all of these and find the story behind them. Listening to people is interesting too.

On a train I hear a phone call out to its Boss to answer it. Then the other day, I heard a friend ask someone who is the Boss in their relationship. Such ideas I thought went out years ago. But no, like being a snob it is making a comeback.

News from newsletters.

It’s Walk to School Week –  Living Streets is marking the occasion by calling on David Cameron to make the walk to school safer and easy.

On 30th April Defra produced a new Tree Health Management Plan.

The  potential  impact  of  Ash  Dieback  in  the  UK, is detailed in a report produced  by  the  Joint  Nature Conservation  Committee in January which  looks  at  the  ecology  of  ash  and  the  impacts  the  disease  will have  on  woodland  management.

The Society of  Wildlife Artists seeks submissions  of work that depicts wildlife subjects and evoke the spirit of the natural world.-The Mall Galleries.

,FROM 38 Degrees- officials in the US and EU are negotiating a hugely influential  trade deal which would put the profits of big business ahead it is said of our welfare, health and environment. Sue govt. relaxed consumer regulations-  Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership,

Disability Rights UK is working with Marie Curie to research the end of life experiences of disabled people, running a key  survey on their web site to which you can now contribute.  Marie Curie are also hosting four focus groups in each of the countries of the United Kingdom. 

Family Arts Campaign – a UK-wide initiative, supported by Arts Council England. There is the Voluntary Arts Week and the Family Arts Festival 17 October – 2 November 2014.

I went to vote tonight, maybe it was my imagination, but I thought the man taking my vote looked at me as if it was odd to see someone like me voting. I don’t think he looks at the Parliament website as many times as I do. Appearances that’s what its about. I don’t look the part. But there are a lot of actors who are not on the stage.