What a Difference A Day Makes

What a Difference a day makes.

On the anniversary of the 7/7 bombings,

In the Commons, MPs paid tribute to the actions of NHS workers and members of the emergency services in the wake of the bombings.
Speaking during health questions in the chamber, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham described the actions of NHS staff on the day as “heroic”.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt praised the “extraordinary bravery” of the emergency services.

And then one day later

Public sector workers, including civil servants, teachers, nurses, police officers and members of the armed forces, face another four-year pay freeze as a result of today’s budget.

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  1. Hello, Mr. Kellett,
    I am now reading your book More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea ( I read the first one previously) and I must thank you! I have been one of those people who get sick imaginning blood, broken bones… I actually faint when I give it too much tought (for real) and I came across your book and tought: Well… How graphic can it be? Ill just “man up” and read it and if it gets graphic Ill stop for a few days and return to it. That was my inicial plan and boy was I mistaken. I started reading it and couldnt put it down even when things got nasty. So, everyday on the train I am the crazy lady making funny faces while reading and getting sick in my stomach but not taking her eyes out of the books. Thank you 😉

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