As I write this, a fire is blazing in Grenfell Tower, west London, with reports of multiple deaths. My thoughts are with all those affected by this.
It’s a difficult time in the UK. Politically, in a mess, after the recent election, with terrorist attacks, and civilian death, a monthly event in recent times. In this last period I’ve been working in Donbass, in what is still a warzone, more people, civilians, have been killed in the UK by terrorist attacks, than in Donbass by war.
I see a sufficient quantity of anti-Britain comments. And, more than anyone, I accept that catastrophic political decisions, and foreign policy, with particular emphasis on the Tony Blair and post, period, have brought that upon us. However, the Great Britain I am from, and know, is a friendly country, of great people, and it’s always in my heart.
I’ll be back there soon, and my thoughts with Great Britain, at this time.
Theresa May has just called a snap election for June 8th, of this year.
As you know, I love reporting from the UK, however I’m committed to working in Serbia for now, then Donbass, and Crimea, in this time, and I will fulfill those commitments.
In the past, I’ve supported – and openly – certain politics, or political parties in the UK, for example, I voted UKIP at the 2015 General Election, and was more than open about that, as I believed that we needed a referendum on EU membership.
Before that, I’d generally inclined towards the Conservative Party. However, the actions of the Conservative Party in respect of Donbass, and not only, mean that I cannot, and do not support them now.
I support the best possible government for the UK, which will deliver, for the country I love, good relationships with Europe, Russia, and the world, and make Great Britain a country which does good in the world.
All filmed yesterday in Edinburgh, and Glasgow respectively, and thanks to Les Scott for assistance!
A couple of things to note about this recent reportage – I added a few of my favourite songs to accompany it, however due to YouTube policies, this means, for their own reasons, that the reportage isn’t playable on some devices, so, to be sure of watching it, best on a computer!
Also, just in case you fancied a break from my music, perhaps even adding your own, I left a few seconds quiet in the middle. Here’s the reportage!
Pleased to present you with my new reportage from the UK, London, all over London, about what Women’s Day means here!
For the weekend, I’m looking forward to bringing you special reportage about what Women’s Day means in London, having already been pleased to bring you reportage from the WASPI demo.
In the week, there’s going to be reportage from an unexpected place.
And then, preparing to leave London to return to report in Donbass, via many places, and much reportage across Europe, more, and Russia, there’s a to-do list of things to get to in London prior to departure, so join me as I work through that list.
As ever, all my work is thanks to your support, being completely crowdfunded, independent. If you’d like to be involved in making it all happen – click here.
Here is my latest video reportage, as I go to the WASPI – Women Against State Pension Inequality – demonstration in Westminster.