Remember this from our mate Dave? (Tory Conference – October 2009 – full text here) “It means showing that we’re all in this together, which is why we’ll freeze public sector pay for all but the one million lowest paid public
Sub-title: Sell your Chinese “Emerging Market”stocks soon – you heard it here first. 😯 It hasn’t rained much this year, in fact it is looking like being one of the dryest years ever and the trend is probably going to
There was a discussion on the BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’ program this morning which is probably the most important issue for Britain today and probably the world. (Blimey – pompous or what?) “A conference exploring ways to develop British manufacturing
The media is all excited and discussing endlessly how Twitter is ‘challenging the supremacy of conventional law’; so, once again I am lost for words. The issue is not Twitter, or Giggs, or the F1 bloke who likes his prostitutes
Prime Minister’s Questions (‘PMQs’) this week , Wednesday 12:00 – 12:30, demonstrated perfectly all the points that I have ever made (in meBook) about the inherent pointlessness of party politicians. Ed Miliband, himself a wonderful example of how dangerous AV can be (tee hee, hoho and
The NHS “reforms” proposed by the new Tory government are not reforms, they are simply a politically expedient way to remove future responsibility from central government by putting private companies in charge. The same principle applies to the schools system
…not widely publicised at the time and if you have not seen this – it is a real treat! Most of what he says (and he says it beautifully!) is just as valid now as it was in 2009; enjoy!
Supreme Court of Wisconsin “There is no such source and cause of strife, quarrel, fights, malignant opposition, persecution, and war, and all evil in the state, as religion. Let it once enter into our civil affairs, our government soon would
Nick Clegg is a huge disappointment to me, and to many people who were looking for a new political direction in the dying days of the Brown government; his academic writings and philosphical background were like a warm fire to me
Today some 50% of the British public will put a tick in a box to ‘change politics forever’. Poppycock, this referendum was party politically motivated, irrelevant to the British people and as such will be supported by the British people in drove(let)s.