This week's OUT OF THE BAG is another packed show!
My first guest is Paul Holland who contacted me after I had my interview with The NO PARTY. He is unhappy with their "description" of him!
This is not only his RIGHT TO REPLY; but also a good chance to find out what Paul has chosen to do politically.
Paul is a hardcore film geek (with a collection of over 700 titles taking up room he hasn't got) and IT guru with experiences in the realm of Search Engine Optimisation and 1st Line Technical Support, who turned his attention to politics out of frustration with the status quo and hopes to inspire others to question everything and take a stand. He is the leader of "The Say No Party". So called because we want to encourage saying 'No' to lies, greed, division and corruption. This is a party run by and for the ordinary people of the UK, aiming to unite people under a common banner to heal our nation. I look forward to speaking to Paul.
My second guest is Brian Clare. Brian has vowed to continue his 18-year battle to secure "justice" for youngsters who claim they were physically and sexually abused at the city's now-demolished Witherwack House and other care homes. A 60-strong group of former children in care of Sunderland City Council in 1960s, 70s, and 80s launched civil damages claims for the physical, sexual and emotional abuse they say ruined their lives. The council has not admitted any liability. Being one of the 15 victims who settled their cases "out of court", he has vowed to carry on fighting for abused children across the U.K. Brian was subjected to a catalogue of abuse in Witherwack House from 1979 to 1984 and says that the settlement had left him disappointed that the full truth was not allowed to come out in a full trial!
I hope to hear the full story with any updates that can be offered.
Tune in at 9pm Irish time on www.peoplesinternetradio.com
Out of the Bag