Before Dawn Breaks

This piece formed my contribution as curator of the Audacity eZine published by Cynefin Road last month. To read Hope, by a variety of great new writers, look here… Hope is a dangerous thing. Not because it exists when all other light fails, and not because it’s infinite. Nor because it truly can shape a … Continue reading Before Dawn Breaks

The NHS In Crisis: A Statistical Surgery

The NHS In Crisis: A Statistical Surgery By J.J. Patrick – Former Police Officer, Parliamentary Whistleblower on Crime Statistics, and Specialist Statistical Consultant. The National Health Service is in a funding crisis, according to Chief Executive of NHS England, Simon Stevens, who appeared before the Public Accounts Committee and challenged the Government view the service … Continue reading The NHS In Crisis: A Statistical Surgery

Speech to PF Asuntos Internos Permanent Congress

This speech was delivered without notes to the international PF Asuntos Internos Permanent Congress on 23/10/2014 at the Policia Federal, Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City. The text is taken direct from the transcript.   Good afternoon everyone, I’m just going to settle my nerves down. Well, I’m fairly sure it’s afternoon, but I’ve got … Continue reading Speech to PF Asuntos Internos Permanent Congress

Public Concern At Work – Speech, Nov. 2014

These words were delivered at the Roxy Bar and Screen, Borough High Street, London on the 12th November 2014. It was an introductory speech to a special screening of the whistle-blowing classic Serpico, fundraising for the fantastic whistleblowing charity Public Concern At Work: “The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has … Continue reading Public Concern At Work – Speech, Nov. 2014