I won’t apologise for wanting a better, fairer, more equal society.
I won’t apologise for wanting to properly fund our NHS.
I won’t apologise for not wanting 4 million children to live in poverty.
I won’t apologise for wanting to invest in people and parts of this country that have been left behind.
I won’t apologise for not wanting to live in a society where there are more foodbanks than branches of McDonald’s.
I won’t apologise for not wanting to see an increasing number of people sleeping rough on our streets.
I won’t apologise for not blaming all our ills on people who live and work here but come from another country.
I won’t apologise.
I’ll never apologise.
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I was looking through some notes from 2013 and one of the things I felt back then was that I didn’t have enough time to do the things I wanted to do. This was 3 years before becoming a dad, so if I didn’t have time then I certainly don’t now, which begs the question, does anyone feel they have time to spare? Let me know via the comments button or @anunknowncomic
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I know it’s been said that tinkering with your CV is the job searcher’s favourite way to procrastinate but I’ve decided to alter my personal profile. Let me know your thoughts. You can contact me via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Cheers.
Julian has over 20 years’ experience working with young people and adults from numerous backgrounds in various settings. His work has taken him into Primary and Secondary schools, plus Post 16 education, Young Offenders’ Institutions and prisons. He’s worked as a Community Literacy Tutor, Teaching Assistant, Mentor and workshop facilitator. He’s supported people with conditions such as autism, ADHD and Down’s Syndrome. He is looking for exciting opportunities in pastoral support roles within education, advice and guidance and social communication.
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After Boris Johnson failed to appear on the Channel 4 leaders’ debate on the climate, some say the biggest issue facing the planet, I wondered what Boris Johnson would care enough about to bother himself to turn up. Thankfully Boris Johnson was able to help me, by providing many of the words.
Boris Johnson doesn’t care about the climate.
He doesn’t care about “piccanninies with watermelon smiles”.
He doesn’t care about “bum boys in tank-tops”.
He doesn’t care about Muslim women looking like “letterboxes” or “bank robbers”.
Boris Johnson doesn’t care for the truth.
He doesn’t care about misleading the Queen,
or unlawfully proroguing Parliament.
He doesn’t care about Brexit (2 articles written)
He doesn’t care about businesses (“fcuk business)
Boris Johnson doesn’t care about Hillsborough.
He doesn’t care about the “drunk, criminal, feckless” working classes,
or the “irresponsible” single mums.
He doesn’t care about Nazanin,
He doesn’t care about the NHS.
Boris Johnson doesn’t care about how many children he’s fathered.
He doesn’t care about spilling wine on the sofa.
He doesn’t care about me
and he doesn’t care about you.
Boris Johnson only cares for Boris Johnson.
The other week I managed to lose my bag with an unusually high percentage of my writing in it.
Find out more from 16mins 30. I’m trying to be positive and see it as an opportunity to do other things. However I may just be masking the pain of overseeing another chapter of failure. Of course if it were an actual chapter it would no doubt have been in the bag.
David Cameron didn’t write his memoir in his £25 000 shed as was previously thought, instead he wrote it in his mansion. (that must have been nice)
I also read that Maya Angelou would book a hotel room and each morning leave her home and write at the hotel.
Assuming you’re a writer and you don’t have a mansion, or can’t afford to book hotel rooms on a daily basis, where do you write? Feel free to let me know via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Thanks.
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The CEO of McDonald’s, Steve Easterbrook has had to step down after having a consensual relationship with an employee as it goes against company policy. Do you have anything like this at your place of work? I know at my work you have to tell them when you hook up with a colleague, which would put me off. Plus at what stage do you tell them, after a kiss or when you have your first child together? Feel free to let me know via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Cheers
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