Well, I promised you all a summary of the comprehensive spending review. Unfortunately, it does not bring details of how it affects you £ and pence, but it does serve to show you the good and bad points:-
Black History month is with us (Northampton's best kept secret ), hence an excuse to "big up" Hogarth, as exquisite a practitioner of the satirical Arts as say Warhol? Hogarth took a Punch like style of editorial to his easel exposing the anomalies & pretentious hypocracies of 18th century (big) Society. Strangely enough even after 250 years his work has lost none of its poignancy, as we serially elect Governments intent on bringing a wastrel , venal electorate to heel (cuts). A second striking feature of Hogarth's work is that he specifically depicts London's BME population. ( The manservant &
Autumn brings the third sector and personal household budgets more challenges to contend with. show 20th October is the full announcement of the government's Comprehensive Spending Review.