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Moronic, ideological twaddle!

So let me get this idea of Cameron’s straight. We force young people to work 30 hours for their benefit – which equates to £1.92 an hour. This means that our friendly, caring global  businesses – can sack people on … Continue reading

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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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The deliberate lie…

Just about nothing irritates me more than the deliberate, lying tactic, mostly perpetrated knowingly by politicians of one kind or another, of conflating someone’s objection on any given subject to some kind of tacit approval of its polar opposite! Classic … 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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Modern Capitalism – the myth of efficiency

I was thinking just yesterday as I sat staring aimlessly out of the window wondering whether the postman was going to come or not, with actually no easy way of knowing, how totally destructive the so called free-market is and … Continue reading

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Attacks on universality of certain benefits

If the only thing that the Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls can come up with as an alternative to George Osborne is to attack the universality of winter fuel allowance then the Labour Party are in big trouble! Saving a mere … Continue reading

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No Representation without Taxation!

The phrase “No Taxation without Representation” I understand was coined by Reverend Jonathan Mayhew in a sermon in Boston in 1750 and by 1765 the term was in use in Boston, and local politician James Otis was most famously associated … Continue reading

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