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Taken into Consideration…

When I was a CID officer in the 1970s we used to have a great tactic for clearing up crimes, and therefore improving the ‘clear-up’ rate once we had a multiple offender finally in custody. It was fair, honest and … Continue reading

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Big companies should pay small business promptly

 A common concern for many small businesses is that large companies do not pay them in a timely manner. It is a similar mentality to the Global business who will go to extreme lengths to avoid contributing to society by … Continue reading

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Is the Big State or Small State better? – the facts may surprise you.

An interesting article on the difference between the ‘Big State’ versus the ‘Small State’, For years now the USA and the UK have been advocating a smaller role for the State in society – but it seems the generally accepted … Continue reading

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Sharing the biscuits

The desire to recover control of our Western Democracies from wealthy vested interests is a universal one. It is difficult though when these vested interests constantly operate a ‘Divide and Conquer’ policy to turn us all against each other. The … Continue reading

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Mindless Arguments

I get very tired of the level of debate in this country on occasions. It seems that people are extremely uncomfortable if they cannot put you comfortably in a pigeon hole. Remember Iraq? – oppose Bush & Blair’s vile, illegal … Continue reading

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Grumpy old Man? – You Bet I am!

Those of you familiar with the TV programme ‘Grumpy Old Men’ will understand the format. A bunch of ageing guys venting their frustration on anything and everything that irritates them about modern life. For some reason, the opposite gender version, … Continue reading

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Is it time the Party really was over?

I am personally sick and tired of hearing people justifying bad behaviour on the grounds that it is not actually illegal. Whether this is MPs claiming ridiculous expenses that under no stretch of the imagination could be justified as related … Continue reading

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