E–pub [Dark Heart The Shocking Truth About Hidden Britain]

The Grotesques
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Nick Davies ☆ 0 eview

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Ce of eporting Child abuse physicalemotionalsexual iots crime harrasment police brutality are all covered in "painfull detail The account of the who lost two of her children in a "detail The account of the woman who lost two of her children in a that was started by a candle when her electricity meter had an out was one of the most upsetting pieces of writing Ive ever Berlayar di Pamor Badik readThe book is a searing inditement of the Thatcher years of the communities turned upside down in theecession of the early 80s and early 90s The cuts in social programs elating to benefits State Pension 16 18 year old benefits Unemployment Benefitetc public sector housing the National Health Service and Social Services are painted in stark contrast to the huge cuts in income tax for the wealthyThe Trickle Down Effect was always the alleged silver lining to this huge cut in taxes for the ich there are examples in the book Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality rich businessmen or in one case an MP paying to sexually abuse young woman When scum like Peter Mandelson says he s comfortable with people being filthyich especially if they will lend him the odd uarter million he is presumably comfortable with the other side of the coin the world that Nick Davies describes in this heart breaking bookA valuable piece of eportage that is of the coin the world that Nick Davies describes in this heart breaking bookA valuable piece of eportage that is not easy going but ought to be The Pink Pearl reuiredeadin. Eet gangs and drug dealersDavies' journey into the hidden Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe realm is powerful disturbing and impressive and is bound toouse controversy and demands for change He unravels threads of Britain`s social fabric as he travels deeper and deeper into the country of poverty towards the dark heart of British societ. ,
Dark Heart The Shocking Truth About Hidden BritainI was ecommended this book by two ladies who had been in care in Nottingham Both had sadly ended up in prison at some point in their lives They said Nick Davies vivid portrayals of the undiscovered world the poor underclass and the lives of poor children in particular were accurate They urged me to Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela read it I enjoyed the book but would have liked to know about the peopleesponsible for the children in care and the politicians turning a blind eye to the abuse and crime on the council estates This book elates to the 90s most spefically Nick blind eye to the abuse and crime on the council estates This book elates to the 90s most spefically Nick conducted a lengthy investigation during this period speaking to Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception residents on council estates children in prostitution drug dealers and madams He pulls you deep into the dark dangerous criminal underbelly of Britain These people areeal that s the saddest thing Threaded through the stories he "uncovers the knife tearing at the fabric of "the knife tearing at the fabric of the politics the values denying a child s Octavio's Journey right to love innocence a secure home and state protection if needed It s gut wrenching in places I was glad that he picked up again on Nottingham at the end For a large chunk of the book is about Leeds and then links to London vice through the characters lives 35 starsAevealing look at the causes and effects of poverty in the UK I wish 'This all began uite unexpectedly one ainy autumn evening a couple of years ago in a fairground near to the centre of Nottingham'In amongst the bright lights and bumper cars Nick Davies noticed two boys no than twelve years old oddly detached from the fun of the scene Davies discovered they were part of. ,