I think this series of Doctor Who was absolutely briliant and I cant wait till November 23rd.
The only critical thing I have to say about it is that I hope that the next companion is a bit more ordinary and isn’t just going to be their to kill the doctor or save the doctor or isn’t born to make him tea and cakes, enough already mister Mofat!
Lets clear one thing up right now for all the left wing sympathizers, religious sympathizers, media sympathizers, especially the BBC.
Being angry about people being extreme isn’t wrong, neither is it harmful, neither is it raceist or islamafobic or any other word that I can think of off the top of my head.
Extremeists are very dangerous, deadly, brainwashed individuals who will stop at litterally nothing to acheve whatever outcome they want to acheve. I don’t care where extremeist actions take place, it could be with in a family? on an individual? or it could be an attack on an entire nation, we all should get so outraged about extremeists, in fact, I don’t think we’re outraged enough?
We don’t demand that our governments ban extremeist parafanaliea, lock up known extremeists who could potentially radicalize others, demand tougher sentences for honor killings, forced marriages etc.
The only people who seem to shout the loudest about these things seem to be usually people who have experienced things in their own lives but really? weather we’ve experienced it or not? we all should be angry and shout a little louder because its our freedom that’s at stake, the whole world’s freedom.
Gov´t cuts budget for trips, receptions -
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Talented students facing dilemma -
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Failing pre-schools and nurseries face closure Ofsted announced today. -
Sir Michael Wilshaw has announced that failing nurseries and pre-schools will have up to four years to raise their game or face closure. Only ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ ratings will be acceptable.
Patient safety fears as doctors dodge official watchdog -
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No more tick-boxes, says health watchdog -
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Nurses fear a Mid Staffordshire crisis on their wards because of chronic under-staffing -
unison survey reveals nurses, healthcare workers and midwive reveals staff feel they are under constant strain.
Nurse ran '1970s-style' ward and served custard laced with medication -
Nurse who ran dementia ward at Southern Cross-owned care home faces being struck off the register.
NHS staff 'threw cushions at disabled patient as target practice' -
Staff at an NHS mental health unit repeatedly abused severely disabled patients, locking one in a cupboard and throwing cushions at another as “target practice”, a court heard today.