Monthly Archives: April 2012

Thames? Whose Thames?

Like all monopoly interests the water industry treats it’s customers – that is the entire population of Britain – with arrogance and disdain. Not only do they not care what the people of Britain think or say they come out with comments … Continue reading

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Water? Drought?

I look with amazement at the news of drought conditions in Britain.  A vast desert spreading before me with sand piling up against the Houses of Parliament.  The Thames run dry, people with buckets scraping at muddy holes to survive until the World … Continue reading

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It’s Time Mr Cameron

Well Mr Cameron how is your Big Society shaping up, every one happy with full employment and prices kept under control? No! 5% inflation to destroy people’s purchasing power, plus higher taxes to finally kill off their ability to strive for a … Continue reading

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