Monthly Archives: June 2012

A cynical ploy

Well, there’s a co-incidence. Three days ago Royal Bank of Scotland (owner of NatWest) were downgraded by Moody’s and suddenly their computer systems went down. The effect of the systems failure was that money could be received by RBS but … Continue reading

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Collateral Damage from the United States of Europe

We are on trajectory for a United States of Europe (or what some people refer to as the Fourth Reich). If you have ever had to steer a course on a boat or plane, you will know of the need … Continue reading

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Will you walk into my parlour?

This Blog has often pointed to the predatory nature of large corporations. They have, step by step, moved away from being companies of people who choose to work together in order to do something they know about. They are now … Continue reading

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Beams and Motes

The Independent on Sunday has an exclusive report that the UK Government is to attack the ‘it’s not my fault’ culture of excuses offered by ‘troubled families’. The attack is to be led by Eric Pickles MP (right), who is … Continue reading

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Sharing a Jubilee

Britain has just enjoyed a weekend of parties and barbecues in celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee. Have you ever wondered about the idea of a Jubilee? Traditionally a Jubilee was invoked (perhaps every 50 years or so) as a … Continue reading

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