sunday column reality not conspiracy

SUNDAY COLUMN: Reality, Not Conspiracy

Anne Marie Waters Sunday 21st November 2021 It is always wise to avoid rushes to judgement.  It is always wise to be in full possession of facts before making decisions (or at least as much as possible).  It is always wise to avoid unnecessary worry – life’s realities can be difficult enough without inventing new... Read more

sunday column government remembrance betrayal

SUNDAY COLUMN: Government Remembrance Betrayal

Anne Marie Waters Sunday 14th November 2021 Today is Remembrance Sunday.  I have just returned from laying a wreath at the Headland Cenotaph in Hartlepool, where I live. I saw a wreath from the Conservative Party and from Labour, and to be frank, it made by blood boil. While the people of Britain, and its... Read more

sunday column the glasgow

SUNDAY COLUMN: The Glasgow Experience

Anne Marie Waters Sunday 7th November 2021 Try as I might, I cannot figure out how socialism connects to climate, but apparently it does, at least that was a prevailing message in Glasgow on Friday.  Members of For Britain gathered at George Square on the 5th of November, right in the middle of the two... Read more

sunday column climate rationing is coming

SUNDAY COLUMN: Climate Rationing is Coming

Anne Marie Waters  Sunday 31st October 2021 The actress Joanna Lumley (who I must admit I loved as Patsy in Absolutely Fabulous) has said that rationing may help the battle against climate change. In an interview with the Radio Times, Lumley said: “These are tough times, and I think there’s got to be legislation.  That... Read more

sunday column the gp scandal


Anne Marie Waters Sunday 24th October 2021 General Practitioners (GPs) are primary care doctors who are often the first person a patient sees before being referred on for specialist care.  The GP is the front line.  They are based not in hospitals but in clinics and practices most often based in or near residential areas. ... Read more