Monthly Archives: October 2014

Unemployment Figures? – It depends on your definition of a job.

The current Government are keen to claim that their policies are working and this is backed up by the number of new jobs created in the Private Sector to replace those being lost in the Public Sector. It seems to … Continue reading

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The Middle East

The Middle East conflict is complex – but here is my idea for a start. We set up a fund administered by the UN into which every member donates some cash to assist in the development of a Palestinian State. … Continue reading

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Capitalism – incompatible with social well being?

 Here is a little change we could instigate immediately which, although totally neutral in effect, might actually challenge the thinking of some of our politicians. It is simply this. MPs (Members of Parliament) should change to RPs (Representatives of the … Continue reading

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Our Latest Poll – on SNP outside Scotland

Following the recent Scottish Referendum result it is clear that the SNP policies met with significant support and that has triggered a new interest in achieving some kind of new deal for UK democracy, not only in Scotland, but in … Continue reading

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