Monkeypox is not a new disease. It is related to both chickenpox and smallpox and is generally of intermediate severity between the two. It was identified in Africa in the 70’s and although it was first discovered in monkeys it… Read More »Will Monkeypox Be The Next P(L)andemic?
Horius Parry writes for OPENGLOS on 5G in Gloucestershire The 5G rollout continues apace in Gloucestershire, with little regard for the health of residents or even for the safety limits imposed by the authorities themselves. The result is the creation of… Read More »Why are more 5G towers being put up throughout Gloucestershire?
Cashless hurts the most vulnerable The homeless will tell you that one of the biggest problems they face is that so few people carry cash nowadays. Many may say “It’s better to give food, they will only waste cash on… Read More »What’s wrong with a cashless society?
The government is going to introduce legislation to make the Digital IDs that will only be accessible by smartphone apps and websites as secure as paper documents. (I don’t know how you feel about that, but their track record re… Read More »Why Are Digital ID’s A Threat To Humanity?
Cities are highly complex places that have become more and more difficult to manage. Modern technology makes it possible to manage them more effectively. Using information and communication technology (ICT) cities can be run more efficiently, share information with the… Read More »What are Smart Cities?
In 2019 life felt simpler, I went into town, had a coffee, a wander, relaxed. If I got sick I thought nothing of visiting the doctor or if it was an emergency I felt I could rely on the NHS… Read More »Why Did The Government Use A Campaign Of Terror?
Standing up to those in power takes courage and at a time of huge growing censorship, we all need to start making a stand. We must not let the Government and the right-hand of the Government (mainstream media), silence us.
As many people witnessed the abhorrent destruction of our democracy through laughs and sniggers in the House of Commons on 19th of October when the Deputy Speaker of the House said…
If I choose NOT to use card payments, but pay exclusively cash in shops from an account I hold, but are refused to do so to the point I cannot survive, are my human rights being violated?