Politicians need a history lesson from 1929

Though I am no expert on the stock market crash of 1929 or the Great Depression that followed, what a pity that senior bankers and politicians did not study this subject and learn some of the lessons.

Politicians need a history lesson from 1929

Public must call time on Big Brother Britain

It is high time the public called a halt to the attempts by this government to intrude into our daily lives eroding our civil liberties. Signify your objections, by sending a letter to your MP (draft included).

Public must call time on Big Brother Britain
Does Cameron understand his “patriotic duty”?

Does Cameron understand his “patriotic duty”?

02 March 2010

With the results of the latest polls ringing in his ears, has David Cameron finally realised that he cannot rely on Labour losing the next election, instead, he and his party must win it? The electorate are not going to give the Conservatives an easy ride simply because they are fed up with the failures, [...]

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David Cameron needs to up his game

David Cameron needs to up his game

28 February 2010

It is clear that David Cameron need to up his game. In an interview with Jeff Randall, he was unable to explain a £72 billion spending commitment contained in last year’s pre-Budget report. For a man who seeks to become the CEO of UK Plc, this is an appalling situation. £72 billion accounts for more [...]

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Discounted bank shares is cheap electioneering

Discounted bank shares is cheap electioneering

23 February 2010

I am not known for agreeing with the Labour Party very often. However, George Osborne’s suggestion that the people should be offered shares in a bank we already own, at a discounted price, is nothing other than a cynical gimmick. I would have hoped that the Conservative Party would rise above such silly electioneering. The reality [...]

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Ministers must be careful they don’t bully the charity

Ministers must be careful they don’t bully the charity

22 February 2010

Government Ministers need to tread very carefully, because the public is watching, therefore any attempt to humiliate, marginalise or intimidate the charity ‘National Bullying Helpline’ or its CEO, Christine Pratt. We all know how vicious the Labour Party’s spin machine can be…and we will be watching very carefully. Already Mandelson has suggested that there is a [...]

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Does workplace bullying take place in Downing Street?

Does workplace bullying take place in Downing Street?

22 February 2010

Workplace bullies typically surround themselves by weak or flawed characters that are invariably selected based, not on their skills, but the ability of the bully to control and/or dominate them. I will allow the readers to draw their own conclusions; I know I have formed my own. Gordon Brown admits to losing his temper, shouting at [...]

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