“Yes, but what have the politicians ever done to us?” More and more these days we hear the […]
Month: October 2013
From the Bloomberg site this afternoon: ‘The euro, which reached a two-year high versus the dollar this month, […]
It’s probably just me putting silly words into Google, but while I can find zillions of articles about […]
Did Istat lie? Is ATE bank lying now? Are Draghi and Merkel playing games? ‘Three days ago, I […]
A Question of Trust The question of whether to regulate or not regulate remains one of those 5% […]
As an example of middle-class commentariat invented social trend syndrome, today’s piece from Hadley Freeman at The Guardian […]
Some things economic may be slowing down in China, but one outfit doing very well is the Hongmen […]
SECRECY & DISTORTION: A secret government committee is going to meet to decide on press freedom. The attendees are a secret. It doesn’t bode well.
But whether they like it or not, the press have brought this upon themselves. Commenting on press regulation […]
UK Ministry of Justice data just released shows that 148,000 criminals dealt with in England and Wales last […]
Do many (any?) of you remember going to the footie game of a Saturday afternoon in the 1960s […]
DRIVEL OF THE DAY: How Lloyds losing £440M having been done for £750M makes the bank “a normal company again”.
António Horta-Osório, the boss of state-backed lender Lloyds Banking Group, takes the piss. See Home Page, right hand […]
Six weeks ago a mad ‘anti-discrimination’ proposal passed the EU Civil Liberties and Justice Committee. It is now […]