. Dr Mansfield, after surveying Macmillan Support’s analysis, continues:
Macmillan’s spokesperson acknowledges that cancer survivors are usually weakened in some way by the treatment.
This is likely to make them more vulnerable to the other kinds of disease which will eventually carry them off. But not before yet more medical services and long-term support. . . . → Read More: Doctor prescribes localisation
Fleming, second left, discussing the working of an experimental rocket stove – to capture heat with clean combustion – at Transition Town Louth, Lincolnshire (The Times)
In Lean Logic, David Fleming asks:
“Is the priority to expand world trade, to push ahead with the global market, or to build on the resilience of . . . → Read More: Is the priority to expand world trade or to build on the resilience of communities?
Chart 4.3 in a 2011 DECC report showed that the West Midlands had highest rate of fuel poverty with around 26% of households requiring to spend more than 10% of their income on fuel to maintain an adequate level of warmth. A Chamberlain Forum article confirms that this position has been maintained, with . . . → Read More: Solving fuel poverty – an update