Quote by Iain Duncan Smith
It's fairness to say those who work hard, get up in the morning, cut their cloth - in other words 'we can only afford to have one or two children because we don't earn enough'. They pay their taxes and they want to know that the same kind of decision-making is taking place for those on benefits.
This quote is expressing the sentiment that hardworking individuals who make sacrifices, such as limiting the number of children due to financial constraints, expect fairness in the distribution of resources. They work diligently, pay taxes, and desire the assurance that similar decision-making is being exercised for those reliant on benefits. The quote implies the need for a just and equitable system that considers everyone's circumstances and allocates resources accordingly.
When I'm home on a break, I lock myself in my room and play guitar. After two or three hours, I start getting into this total meditation. It's a feeling few people experience, and that's usually when I come up with weird stuff. It just flows. I can't force myself. I don't sit down and say I've got to practice.
You know the best thing about aeroplanes? Apart from the peanuts in little silver bags, I mean. It's looking out of the windows at the clouds and thinking maybe I could go walking in there. Maybe it's a special place where everything's okay.Sometimes I do go walking in the clouds but it's just cold and wet and empty. But when you look out of a plane it's a special world...and I like it.