Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Government claims they have created thousands of new jobs…

But that really relies on a pretty loose definition of a job. If you judge ‘a job’ by which you measure the level of employment at any given time as being someone in full time work (assuming they want to … Continue reading

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In the Beginning, There Was the Prologue

Originally posted on Guild Of Dreams:
A few months ago I wrote about folding backstory¬†into a narrative to give¬†your readers the vital information they need without hitting them over the head with a history lesson. In that post, I quoted…

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The End of the Independence dream?

I have taken a couple of days to mull over the outcome of the Scottish Referendum and it seems to me that a large proportion of the Scottish people were suffering from some kind of ‘Stockholm Syndrome’. On a lighter … Continue reading

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In discussions on the Scottish Referendum have we forgotten the economy?

Interesting article from Michael Meacher MP – not much of a friend to the Labour elite or the Government but interesting none the less. Read Here

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Missing the point of the Independence Debate?

On Thursday the 18th September the Scottish people go to the polls to vote in the Independence Referendum and at the time of writing it seems the vote is pretty much split down the middle and apparently it is too … Continue reading

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