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Great Britain???

Over the past few days I have, like so many of us, been listening to this government spouting about the criminality of Barclays and the UK banks in general.  Well more like muted stalling really, I have yet to hear the … Continue reading

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Witch unt

The problem with the Murdoch situation in our political process where it seems to rumble on endlessly, is that the blame cannot be pinned to the correct culprit.  Jeremy Hunt is a most convenient target as nobody likes him, and … Continue reading

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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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Missing In Action

I wonder why Nick Clegg was not in Brussels with his pal Dave, it would have solved all the problems that now face the Government. The Liberal Democrats actually give Dave an excuse for refusing the advances of those foreign devils, they … Continue reading

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The End Is Nigh!

Will the 99% bring down capitalism? Protests on Wall Street and across America highlight the inequalities of life in a materialistic and financially centred society.  Millionaires are common place, whilst Billionaires abound in this new world of the super rich. Protesters in London only … Continue reading

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Wag The Finger

Have you been watching Prime Ministers Question Time recently? I am somewhat disappointed in the performance of Ed Milliband. When he was a minister, he spoke with assurance and calmness, addressing the problem and comfortably formulating an answer. Since becoming leader … Continue reading

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