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commented 2017-09-12 17:39:16 +0100
Gross negligence by building control and the patients/ elderly people have been put at risk at in care home build by private in house contractor company and currently running a 51 bed care home at49-51 Northcote Ave, Southall.

How I I was employed as a health and safety officer and was asked to send e- mails to the building control dept. To carry out inspections which they did not do at critical stage of the building nor the technical department check the design criteria. I have been trying to resolve with Mr Sean Cummins but he is ignoring to come clean. I have all the evidence in writing that I can table at the meeting.
commented 2016-05-10 14:16:56 +0100

Congrations sir to win the Elections… Mai India ton belong kardi Mahilpur ton…. Mera main point eh aa ki tusiindians nu citizenship de dao. jehde 16 years to England vich reh rahe aa.. te magr faimlies te ohna de parents jehde ki ohna nu milan nu tars rahe aa…. ohna nu england vich citizenship de dao please sir…. Kyunki ik punjabi hi punjabi de kamm aunda hai….. Menu tuhade to bahut sari umeed hai…..

commented 2016-03-11 17:24:59 +0000
Hello Dr. Sahota, I would like to meet you and speak about Modern Leech therapy and Hirudotherapy in the UK (as I am running the British Association of Hirudotherapy and have some ideas about Safe Practice which is NHS prescription friendly). Could you please give me a little bit of your attention and meet up sometime?
commented 2016-03-08 16:30:01 +0000
I had a phone call today (from a Hillingdon labour party organiser called Luke) who wanted to update me on the GLA elections campaign and ask for my support. Although a party member who is happy to recognise the good work that Onkar has done, I do not wish to be active in the campaign. I was proud after the General Election to say I was a member of the party and devastated like many others about our defeat. We all have our opinions about the reasons for why it happened, although I do not believe it was down to the alternative policies we put forward. Neither do I have any apologies to make, for what the party did and achieved in government under Tony Blair.

However, I am even more devastated by what has happened to the party since the general election. To put things briefly, I am embarrassed to admit publicly that I am a member of the party and am very concerned about the political direction in which the party is going. We have a leader who I believe is totally unelectable, and will along with certain other shadow cabinet members take us to electoral disaster. It’s not just about electoral success that bothers me at the moment, but I disagree with the leader on a number of major political issues and would also question his judgement. Only last week – instead of taking a lead on the stay in campaign for Europe, he thought it more appropriate to be at a CND rally (one of the most divisive issues facing the party!) As for not singing the national anthem at that church service with war veterans last year, I felt ashamed to say he was my leader. I accept he is a republican and was following long held beliefs – but they are not party policy and he was at the event as party leader. Jeremy along with some of his supporters, call for loyalty and talk about sticking together. However; where was his loyalty in the Blair years, with all the times he voted against the government. He laughingly says that he voted against the government on strong points of principle, as though he’s only person who has principles. We all have!! but have shown more loyalty than he has, when having issues of conscience with the party. I could go on, about issues I disagree with Jeremy on and things he has done to irritate me – but will leave it there.

I was not a member or supporter of the party in the 80’s and make no apology for that. It saddens me, when I think of all the hard work that has been done since then (to make the party credible and electable) being completely undermined and going to waste. It’s as though we have taken a step back in time to the dark ages! Despite my views, I have stayed a member and will still vote Labour. I also vow, never to air my views in the public arena. That’s as far as my support goes though. I can hardly become active (in encouraging people to support or vote for the party) when I feel as I do.
commented 2015-12-24 19:40:24 +0000

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commented 2015-12-24 19:29:29 +0000

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commented 2015-11-02 08:44:07 +0000

my son james(16)would like to volunteer,as he wishe’s one day to get involved in labour politic’s.He is a member of the labour party.You can contact him on this e-mail

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