Conservative · Johanna Kaschke · Law · Monarchy · Politics

Prime Minister’s tribute

A speech well worth remembering and reproducing, as it will become a corner stone of all speeches, and an era that has now come to an end and is the new beginning of forward-thinking Britons and the world. Liz Truss has managed to interweave her personal experience with national events, as you do as Prime… Continue reading Prime Minister’s tribute

Cycling · Johanna Kaschke · Transport

Vision Zero

As a Met Police volunteer I was given the unique opportunity today wo work with a large number of Met Police officers and support officers and staff to help promote Vision Zero policy in NW8, which aims to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries on London's roads by 2041. Vision Zero is supported by TfL,… Continue reading Vision Zero

Johanna Kaschke · Police

A day of a volunteer

Since I've retired I spend my time volunteering. Keeps me busy, the brain active and I think more healthier than without doing anything. Friday 15. July 2022 10 AM going to community centre to let work man in to fix the boiler 10:30 AM whilst waiting for the worker been told that the contract of… Continue reading A day of a volunteer

Communications · Johanna Kaschke · United Kingdom

Complaint up-held

Sense at last. UK Visas & Immigration have decided to up-hold my complaint about treatment received via HM Government to do with the EU Citizenship procedure. Despite being a fully signed up British Citizen, with a British passport since decades, HM Government kept on sending me letters about EU Settlement. They said that I need… Continue reading Complaint up-held