Evening Post – Care Home Closures

Bit disappointed that todays Evening Post article on care home closures, didn’t use the quote they asked me for.

So here is the full statement I gave to them.

“The sole purpose of any government, local or national, is to look after the welfare of the people it is elected to serve and to ensure that everyone has their basic needs met.

It is my manifesto promise to pay an unconditional annual basic income of £15,000 to every adult resident of Bristol, whether they are working, non working or retired, funded by a tax on spending.

People are free to earn extra income by running businesses or by working for someone else, but the unconditional basic income will also give them the time and freedom to follow their passion in life and contribute that passion to the community of Bristol “just for the love of it”

One consequence of this is that more people may decide to use that extra time and freedom to care for their relatives themselves, or maybe with less need to “make a profit” we would see more “social enterprises” springing up to provide services for those in need of them.

Live Love Dream

Corrupt Self Serving Lying Thieving Bstard

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