Queen guitarist Brian May has saved followers entertained all through lockdown with micro-concerts movies. But the 73-year-old has additionally used his platform to write down about issues near his coronary heart. And in his newest Instagram publish, May has paid tribute to RAF vets for the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Posting an image of a Spitfire, May wrote: “80 years in the past, courageous women and men got here collectively to realize victory within the Battle of Britain, saving our nation’s freedom.
“Today, as we mark Battle of Britain Day, there are nonetheless RAF veterans, and their companions, who is perhaps in pressing want of assist however have fallen off the radar.
“That’s why I’m supporting the @rafbf’s marketing campaign to get them #BackOnTheRadar to obtain the assistance they want and deserve.
“Be part ofTheSearch Visit rafbf.org/radar to search out out extra.”
May added: “But there are such a lot of issues about the way in which we are actually ruled which I really feel are desperately flawed.
“Sometimes it looks like we received the conflict, however misplaced the peace.
“And it appears our democracy takes away our energy. Bri.”
Despite being a Remainer, May has beforehand stated that the UK ought to get on with making one of the best of Brexit.
The rock star wrote on his Instagram after January 31: “Well, it’s ‘That Day’ again within the UK.
“Viewed from out right here within the broad world, it’s even more durable to know how even 37 per cent of Britons might have thought this was a good suggestion.
“But it’s all water beneath the bridge now – and we now have to get on with making one of the best of it.
“Even in case you get lemons you can also make lemonade – proper ? ! Onwards !!!”