I dont think he's going to make any difference if i'm honest, not just for diabetics but for the country in general. There are a lot of people i know who are all happy that he's got in, but they dont actually realise what it means (they aren't really politically aware).
Anyway its just my opinion, only time will tell if he does make a difference, or if he sends this country even further to the dogs!
after 13 years of labour the country needs a change not sure if this is waht I voted for but something needed tobe done too much immigration not enough jobs for the british hope conservatives put a brake on immigration to give us a breather, both myself and my wife are over 60 and find it hard to manage we get not council tax reduction no other benefits ok if you have children but what about the older generation
Couldn't agree with you more. If you don't have 2.4 children Cameron is not interested in you. As for immigration afraid I don't agree I consider myself as a member of the Human Race and do not care what colour or nationality anyone is they all deserve a chance in life be it in the UK or anywhere else in the world.
questions maybe be answered next year, through a something JDRF have in the pipelines, cant say anymore til they release the info, keep a look out on their website should provide more info by the end of sept. an interesting fact though, theres £51 million set aside on the budget for diabetes research etc, only £6 million of that goes to type 1 causes, the rest is all on type 2!
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