Scenes from Turkey and Syria are heartbreaking – if you can, save a few pounds for our earthquake appeal
To anyone who believes the Kremlin’s absurd lies, Ukraine is ruled by Nazis whose oppressed people just need to be liberated.
It was always a much more accurate description of Russia itself.
And it speaks volumes for the Zelenskyi regime that it was one of the first to offer aid to Turkey after the apocalyptic earthquake.
His country is fighting for its life, besieged by missiles and tanks, its citizens slaughtered, its own buildings destroyed – yet willing to spare saviors for another stricken nation.
The scenes from Turkey and Syria are heartbreaking. Up to 10,000 likely dead. Apartment blocks like. Families crushed while they slept.
We must do what we can. About 76 British special rescuers were due to arrive in Turkey last night.
But the survivors and the vast numbers of displaced people will need all the help we can muster.
If you can, save a few pounds for the Red Cross Sun Earthquake Appeal today.
MILITANT Health union bosses misinterpret government.
GMB’s Rachel Harrison says: “The NHS is crumbling, people are dying and this government is faltering.”
It’s not shaking. It refuses to be pushed by strikes to offer more than taxpayers can afford.
And we don’t see how summoning billions we don’t need to give NHS staff a far bigger rise than the recommended Independent Payroll Board will collapse the service and leave people dying.
The strikes themselves are making this precarious situation worse by the day.
Adults in the trade union movement should accept that there are limits as our finances are half ruined by Covid and war. Has anyone seen such adults?
We do not have. We don’t see many in the Labor Party either. Their shrill clamor for No10 to negotiate is a smokescreen.
Because without tax increases or spending cuts, neither of which they would accept, they wouldn’t have any more money either.
WE will shed few tears when a people smuggler is jailed, even if he has smuggled illegal migrants out of the UK.
But its fall reveals the chaotic borders on either side of the English Channel.
Fifteen migrants hid in Moroccan taxi driver’s van from France to Folkestone. They became disillusioned with Kent in just an hour and paid him to return them.
So he snuck her back to France and was only later stolen during a routine police stop.
Sounds to us like migrants could just as easily be illegally driven or shipped to France as they land here.
But let’s not give the Minister of the Interior any ideas.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7324705/turkey-syria-earthquake-appeal-red-cross/ Scenes from Turkey and Syria are heartbreaking – if you can, save a few pounds for our earthquake appeal