Williams was shot and later died from his injuries in April. Just wanted to do this day for him. It very special and we just wish that he was here to celebrate it in flesh, said Cathy Williams, Jimmie Williams sister. See women going about their business and supporting each other and even arguing with each other, having different points of view, but not being against each other and that incredibly important, Nyong said in a press conference. See) how much more effective a society can be if we allow women to explore their full potential. Cultural impact of just the female characters alone cannot be understated.
Even though the overall size of the middle class has shrunk during the last 35 years, it is still the only place where the government can hope to receive enough money through taxes to keep the country from going further in debt. The only thing that is keeping the middle class from tottering over the edge are these low interest rates and they are being kept low because the government bureaucrats know that this is the case. If the interest rates were to climb by three or four percentage points then the whole house of cards keeping the economy alive will fall apart.
Anger over planned changes to Little Sutton sheltered housing schemeSmithy Court elderly residents and Labour protest planned cuts12:34, 13 AUG 2014Updated12:51, 13 AUG 2014Elderly sheltered residents of Smithy Court, Little Sutton are angry and dismayed they may lose their residential manager “Many had contracts which stated there would be a resident warden. They feel very anxious and say that this would see a dramatic loss in their feelings of safety and security.”The current manager is highly valued and leads many of the varied social activities which the residents enjoy.”Cllr Justin Madders, prospective Labour parliamentary candidate for Ellesmere Port, added: “I am appalled at the way these proposals have come about. This will lead to a drastic change for the residents.”We have started a petition which already has more than 700 signatures to ask both the Tory council and Muir to think again.”The issue was raised at a recent meeting of the full council when Cllr Claydon asked social care and health chief Cllr Brenda Dowding (Con) if she would ‘explain the changes in support funding to sheltered housing schemes’.Cllr Dowding explained an assessment carried out in 2012 ‘showed us that many older people were choosing to remain in their own homes and with the increase in extra care provision many customers were choosing alternative accommodation offers rather than traditional sheltered accommodation schemes’.Due to this,w arrangements for housing related support within sheltered accommodation schemes had been reviewed and 12 months notice had been given to providers that a care and support contract would cease.”We worked with those providers to ensure that there would be no disruption to clients and consequently many of the services provided previously have continued,” said Cllr Dowding.Cllr Claydon pointed out the residential manager at Smithy Court was in residents’ tenancy agreements and asked if she would reverse the measure.Cllr Dowding replied she was not willing to do so and ‘instances of particular difficulties’ should be referred to the council’s officers..