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A very good idea, though I do wonder about the historic value of a two year old speech by Cameron. I suspect that might annoy some people...

I read it as: A picture of wooden former Prime Minister John Major

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Shome mishtake shurely.

Wooden? John Major?


Outbid on the signed Maggie photo. :-( I will have to raid my piggie bank.

Good causes and a great idea.

Save the Family?

I suppose that means that as well as not being able to take my kids to Hambleton Hall, I won't be able to take my civil partner either?

Great speech by Osborne.

The fightback gathers strength!

Is this an offical Conservative party event? It took me about five mouse clicks to find to 'time for families' was a Christian organisation, who only employ Christian staff.

So much for the separation of Church and State! Surely if you won the next election and became the government you wouldn't be able to be so obviously biased in favour of a particular given faith?

When you look at the power of the religious right in America, this is worrying, tbh.


I didn't believe it either, but there it is, on the jobs page:

Time for Families is a Christian charity and you will need to be a practising Christian (this role falls within the definition of a Genuine Occupational Requirement of the Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003.

I am not sure how that is consistent with the programmes, which do not state that they have any religious element.


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