down to see full list; previous
month's (November 2014) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st December 2014
way of explanation. The
term 'home business' consists of two words.
'Business' is the second one; it's there to
qualify and support the word 'home' and all
that goes with it - and not vice versa. Consequently,
we also list below, items which are of interest
and value to the home. Whether in its context
as an office or as a part of your family and
lifestyle but always
directed at the improved prospects and enjoyment
that running a business from home, in its entirety,
For a current, multi-part
starting and running a
business from home,
go here: http://www.homebusiness.org.uk/features.htm
Official release: Hancock: red tape drive saves
business a record £10 billion. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hancock-red-tape-drive-saves-business-a-record-10-billion
Call me a cynic if you will, but just how
has this figure of £10 billion been arrived
at? (Which is actually a very large amount of
money; almost one eighth of the value of bungs
this Government gives to American Big Corp every
propaganda release does TRY to be educative;
it actually gives one (just one) example of
a saving of £1 million. But that's a long
way short of £10 billion.
problem with British 'red tape' - call it what
you will - is and always has been the same.
Within Europe, the Germans make the laws. The
French (just) read them. The British put them
into practice. Then add the same number again
of their own.
firms sue creator of cheap airfare site.
There used to be a time when the internet
showed some promise.
7 best ways to waste time on the internet.
And then of course, there's the '7 best ways
to waste time' with the telly and the dummyphone.
ways to save thousands in 2015. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-2891580/25-ways-save-thousands-2015-10-cashpoint-turn-central-heating-one-degree-learn-real-moaning-minnie.html
eBay's confusing cashback guarantee cost us
£6,000 and our dream of a home renovation
for the new year. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2891638/How-eBay-s-confusing-cashback-guarantee-cost-6-000-dream-home-renovation-new-year.html
to stop cold calls. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/30/how-to-stop-cold-calls/
convicted in boiler-room fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/06/05/nine-convicted-in-boiler-room-fraud/
to swell by half a million in ten years.
At which point it will no longer be 'the
does your tax rate compare to other countries?
urgent challenges for your business in 2014.
seven deadly sins of pitching. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/7-deadly-sins-pitching/
epic business naming fails. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/tp/5-Epic-Business-Naming-Fails-and-How-to-Avoid-Them.htm?nl=1
vs Paypal. Is Stripe better? http://onlinebusiness.about.com/od/dailyoperations/fl/Stripe-vs-PayPal-Is-Stripe-Better-than-PayPal.htm?nl=1
internet marketing trends for the year ahead.
drones could make the postman a thing of the
U.N aproves continued Israeli-USA Nazification
of Middle East. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/un-rejects-palestinian-resolution-to-end-israels-occupation-9951031.html
More 'good news' for anyone with exporting
ambitions to this part of the world which doesn't
involve murdering children. With Russia ruled
out for the moment as well, it looks as if British
exports in 2015, may continue to struggle. (Although
Britain acquitted itself at the vote with its
usual applomb. Proudly wearing a BBC 'Top Gear'
medal for Outstanding Lies and Cowardice, our
representative Friend of Israel, errr, abstained.
In the country's 'best interests'.)
Ten reasons to be optimistic about Britain in
of listed UK oil and gas drillers face bankruptcy.
surge in Romanian and Bulgarian migrants. http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/30/no-surge-romanian-bulgarian-migrants-controls-lifted
Engerlandt's hate-preaching, terrorist-supporting
propaganda hasn't got it wrong? Again. Which
is a shame really, because the construction
sector is crying out for skilled tradesmen.
builders not at work - again. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2890583/My-60-Minute-Makeover-nightmare-Widow-claims-TV-builder-popular-fronted-Peter-Andre-left-flat-mess-bombarded-demands-cash.html
The cream of the country's hate-preaching
tabloid readership, are English builders. Based
on identical trading principles. Tell lies.
Make money from doing so.
was duped into paying £300 for a £145
a year TV licence. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/11307823/I-was-duped-into-paying-300-for-a-TV-licence-that-should-cost-145.html
The rest of the public meanwhile, continues
to be regularly duped into paying £145
a year for multiple Israeli/American terrorist
propaganda channels, repeats of repeats (even
of American crap) and unheard-of celebrity X-listers
spreading the BBC's daily, simpering mantra
of 'Hi, guys, kids, awesome, like . . . Oh,
my God'. No wonder the country's telly addicts
are now so dumb they don't even know what a
British TV licence is really worth. (£0.00)
is of course, no coincidence that scam copycat
websites target Government sites, especially
since the official Digital Dickhead Initiative
has left no scope for business to be transacted
in any way other than online, and this with
just another scammer's hooky internet connection
and ubiquitous, crap American software. Consequently,
this leaves an awful lot of punters who have
been officially prepared for fleecing already.
to be cheerful about the prospects for small
business finance. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/david-prosser-reasons-to-be-cheerful-about-the-prospects-for-small-business-finance-9947599.html
Microsoft about to kill off Internet Explorer.
media 2014: unsafe and boring. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/social-media/11310818/Social-media-in-2014-unsafe-and-boring.html
Just like the people who use it, then.
sued for sharing cheap flight loophole online.
your car online? Watch out for the crooks.
of the most important things to focus on with
your business in 2015. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/beyondstartup/tp/Top-Things-to-Pay-More-Attention-to-in-2015.htm?nl=1
criticises proposal to recognise Palestinian
statehood within three years. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/us-criticises-proposal-to-recoginse-palestinian-statehood-within-three-years-9949329.html
The murderous American regime faced the same
problem after the genocide of 8 million North
American Indians. In translation, what really
bothers Yank terrorists is puckering up their
Middle East arsehole (Israel) through which
they regularly and profitably dump their military
surplus - especially anti-personnel mines. For
the rest of the business community, the sooner
world governments find some backbone to shovel
out these layers of corrupt, kiddy-killing shite,
the sooner we can be getting on with some honest,
UK business group warns of 'tawdry politics'.
Very reserved language.
ex-pat exodus feared as oil prices continue
to remain low. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/11315032/British-expat-exodus-feared-to-hit-Dubai-amid-oil-price-rout.html
Ummm. This latest bit of fagging by 'Da P.M'
for The Coalition of Evil doesn't seem to be
going too well at all, at all. The last thing
the NHS needs now, as it struggles to cope with
Britain's pisshead culture, is another 150,000
ex-pat pissheads arriving from the Gulf. Mind
you, it might be a bonus NHS selling point under
TTIPox as the Government prepares its snout-in-trough
TEAM to give away what remains of the country's
assets to the Americans.
housing crisis as brick stocks hit record low.
of Britons struggling to feed themselves.
Never has one been so inspired by so many
aspects of this country's oh so small business
reasons your energy bills could rise in 2015.
seas threaten almost 7,000 UK homes and commercial
people a 'lost generation' who can no longer
fix gadgets. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/11298927/Young-people-are-lost-generation-who-can-no-longer-fix-gadgets-warns-professor.html
Yes, that's been the plan for over fifty
years and young peoples' dumb parents were converted
themselves a long time ago. The alternative
of course, is living on conventional, centuries'-old
wisdom - but that would put a lot of professors
making banal observations, out of jobs.
minefield of the 'out of office' email.
in illegal sales of drugs using social media.
As we have seen from recent reporting, the
Treasury and The Chancellor are absolutely delighted.
release: Millions wasted as people dont
spend gift vouchers. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/millions-wasted-as-people-dont-spend-gift-vouchers
What on earth does this have to do with the
Government's Department of Business, Innovation
and Skills (BIS)?
in Alps as French riff-raff and British plebs
seeking winter holidays all at the same time
and in the same place, encounter snow. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/11314946/Chaos-in-the-Alps-as-massive-snowfall-traps-15000-cars.html
You can't even train people to be this stupid.
Media footage shows the morons all peering at
their dummyphones and blaming the police. Who
in France, are only fonctionnaires after all,
so no-one with any experience expects them to
be effective, either. It's not as if this is
a one-off. It happens every year. And in the
summer, it's the same thing again, as the Mediterranean
turns yellow from millions of Parisiens pissing
in the sea. And this is supposed to be 'holidaying'?
Boxing Day sales slump. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2888778/Boxing-Day-sales-slump-million-shoppers-stay-away-month-heavy-promotions.html
operators warn of more disruptions. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-30614195#
to UK to spend records levels in 2015. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-30613957#
Assuming their planes aren't brought down
on the way here by CIA wigheads.
British holiday in 2015 will be a ten-day trip
to Spain at a cost of £1,220... but 32%
of Britons plan to stay close to home.
threaten survival of supermarket suppliers.
force makes £270,000 selling seized goods
on eBay http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11314648/Police-force-makes-270000-selling-seized-goods-on-eBay.html
The Government and its cronies have already
added the officers to their 'explosion' in the
numbers of home-based business entrepreneurs.
(Down half a million from two years ago.) In
the meantime, will Theresa Mayhem and The Scrote
Office see eBaying as 'moonlighting' by the
police, whose resources are already at full
stretch with regular TV shows and snouting for
Britain's criminal media?
fish is now the UK's largest food export.
Rural firms catching up, Environment Secretary
And Countryside to drive UK start-ups.
These predictions are based on perpetual government
lies of better broadband (internet down) and
transport links (profiteering chaos). In which
case nothing is going to change at all and we
can heave a sigh of relief. But. Just in case
the countryside IS likely to be invaded by riff-raff
Tory hoodies and muggers, then it's time to
sell up and move on to some rural location elsewhere.
Probably to another country. Where there are
decent internet and transport links already.
Bongoland' Britain's rail and travel chaos.
The Ruskies are very good at keeping trains
running. And getting around in a tiny bit of
snow. Although they're probably indisposed to
lend a hand at the moment because they're too
busy pissing themselves with laughter.
Bongoland' Britain's power cuts helpline down
until April 2016. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/dec/27/power-cuts-helpline-not-operation-until-april-2016-labour
how to complain about a company. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/27/disputes-how-to-complain-about-a-company/
gardens massively increase risk of flooding
in your neighbourhood. http://www.independent.co.uk/property/gardening/paved-gardens-massively-increase-risk-of-flooding-in-your-neighbourhood-9945596.html
taste of honey: the mead maker. http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/dec/27/gosnells-london-mead-brewing-tom-gosnell-behind-the-scenes
jacket enables wearers to adjust its warmness
according to the weather. http://www.springwise.com/jacket-enables-wearers-customize-temperature-weather-colder/
town installs anti-homeless cages around public
According to the mayor, the benches were
"almost exclusively used by people
who consume alcohol on a regular basis".
In that case, he could have saved the local
taxpayers a lot of money as well as avoided
a public eyesore by bussing the hobos to the
Palais du Luxembourg and/or the Palais Bourbon.
Record £636 million spent online on Christmas
leapfrogs France in global wealth league - thanks
to prostitution and illegal drugs. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/prostitution-and-illegal-drugs-help-uk-overtake-france-in-global-wealth-league-9945007.html
Good to see the terrorist invasion of Afghanistan
and over 20,000 murdered civilians to restore
poppy production to record levels, wasn't a
waste of taxpayers' money after all. That's
an awful lot of Tory hoody, 'home business entrepreneurs'
on the streets, that is.
milk price is cut, call to buy British products.
As in 'Apple'?
of the cash machine rip-off. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2887205/End-cash-machine-rip-Corner-shops-petrol-stations-axe-hated-fees.html
you trust the new contactless credit card?
a refund? Five shopping refund myths. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/11302318/Refused-a-refund-Five-shopping-myths-debunked.html
who got a drone for Christmas could face prosecution.
Assuming they don't get shot out of the sky
first. Around here, anyway.
surge in home sales to first-time buyers.
will double by end of 2015, Treasury survey
of landlords plan to put up rents by 3% in 2015.
This landlord isn't. Good, long-term tenants
are the objective these days (as they always
have been) and not squeezing them until they
squeak. And if profits aren't adequate
then it's time to get rid of excess baggage
like letting agents and buy-to-let mortgages.
Do what landlords used to do and actually save
up to buy their properties. So that owning property
becomes a business of substance again - and
not just a new playground for posers with RayBans
and dummyphones, up to their necks in loans
and mortgages and worth - Jack Shit. Which is
why they need to scrape together every penny
they can. Especially if rates are about to go
of big-name estate agents agents to take on
Zoopla/Rightmove duopoly. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/25/zoopla-rightmove-duopoly-agencies-challenge
hampers efforts to rebuild Gaza. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/25/corruption-hampers-effort-to-rebuild-gaza
Although UN officials plus the Israelis means
corruption from the word 'go', I bet there are
some English contractors and Wankminster 'Friends
of Israel' in there, too. No wonder there are
no calls by these corrupt, terrorist-supporting
pigs for the same sanctions to be applied against
Israel, as are illegally being applied against
in Prison' handbags take off. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/25/egypt-prison-knitting-handbag-protest-asmaa-hamdy
to enjoy a slice of country life. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2887102/Want-leave-rat-race-enjoy-slice-country-life-secret-blending-spend-time-pub-dog-walk.html
Beware tricks behind some Boxing Day sales,
shoppers warned. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11311940/Beware-tricks-behind-some-Boxing-Day-sales-shoppers-are-warned.html
Bongoland' Britain's Boxing Day transport chaos.
to get your landlord to pay for home improvements.
warn Chinese forgery gangs have near-perfected
the £2 coin. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2886170/Chinese-criminal-gangs-master-ability-create-perfect-euro-2-coins-investigators-reveal-shipments-forgeries-arriving-Italy.html
calls up 300 extra troops to fight 'enemy within'.
A mere 300 troops, wandering aimlessly in
groups of ten around railway stations, aren't
going to do much against 5 million parasites
'armed to the teeth' arrested in Cannes.
Meanwhile, back in the French countryside, it
would seem like just another weekend morning
as chasseurs get ready for a hoody (vermin)
unemployment at record levels. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30597756#
Taking customers' money but not allowing them
to collect their goods (like Russian warships)
has been the socio-fascist Government's latest
ruse for instilling foreign confidence in investing
and placing contracts in the country. Unfortunately,
it's always the wrong people who are officially
termed 'unemployed' in France as the business
community is forced instead, to support 5 million
uneducated, untrained, bone-idle, social inadequates
called fonctionnaires who do no work by default.
scams 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/dec/24/facebook-scams-malware-naked-videos
a gap year on a pig farm. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/dec/23/winters-tale-things-i-did-queen-country
One of those home business reality checks
which never make it into the Government's or
its cronies' propaganda. I've got a friend who
owns an intensive pig farm and it disgusts him
so much, he won't even set foot in the place.
lets anyone design their own smart home without
coding skills. http://www.springwise.com/kit-lets-design-smart-home-coding-skills/
childs bike is made from 100% recycled
UK home sales fall below 100,000 a month. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30587203#
All part of the Government's sanctions
to make the Russians suffer for their non-existent
invasion of the Ukraine. More good news to come
. . .
economic growth revised down. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30587203#
That'll teach them Ruskies to go invading countries
where they've not been invited.
in numbers of retailers in significant financial
The problem is all those Ruskies coming here
spending their petro-roubles. Illegal immigrants,
the lot of them. Going to countries where they're
in numbers of families 'illegally housed' in
the UK. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/23/labour-highlights-rise-number-illegally-housed-families-uk
energy customers need debt holiday. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30589032#
toys and cheese - Britain's top exports.
What - even 'topper' than weapons of murder,
torture and grief to the world's terrorist community?
best banks for customer service. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/bank-accounts/11299270/The-best-banks-for-customer-service-in-2015.html
is interest-only mortgage the best bet?
secrets to living for less. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/22/10-secrets-to-living-for-less/
For recent home business start-ups which
have been duped into believing that they have
chosen a lo-cost route to entrepreneurial success.
stress his commitment to 'Christian values'
in Christmas message. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/david-cameron-stresses-his-commitment-to-christian-values-in-christmas-message-9943495.html
Somebody must have bought to his attention
his earlier stated commitment to 'Jewish values'
and supplying armaments to Israel's Nazi, paedo-terrorist,
land-thieving regime. Will this mean a change
in future Government policy? Will Cameron support
his own country, its economy, its traditions
and community, first? And will The Kippah Party
follow suit? Or does this just mean walking
around taking the Lord's name in vain and repeating
'Oh, my God' umpteen times a day?
Christmas Run-Up Sees Strongest Retail Sales
Growth Since 1988. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/crucial-christmas-run-sees-strongest-retail-sales-growth-since-1988/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=
Digital Dickhead Britain latest: Online food
shoppers hit by technical problems. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30574931#
Vlad 'The Bad' doesn't need to resort to
any reprisals against Britain for their illegal
sanctions. He can just leave it to our Government
and their cronies, instead. (Unless it's a bit
of residual activity by CIA wigheads posing
as North Korean hackers.)
£6 billion to fill 'Bongo Bongoland' Britain's
18 million potholes. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2884360/Records-6billion-blitz-Britain-s-18million-potholes-Money-set-end-patch-mend-approach-councils.html
£6 billion, eh? That's a lot of wonky
handshakes going on at the local masonic lodge.
of home tax deductions to be extended. http://www.att.org.uk/technical/newsdesk/141210-PR-equal-partner-sole-prop
The 'use-of-home' deductions which are available
to sole traders who use their home for business
purposes will be extended to business partnerships
under amendments to tax legislation in the Finance
Bill 2015. The deductions allow business expenses
incurred when using a home for business purposes
to be offset against taxable income for 2015/16.
The amendment has been welcomed by the Association
of Tax Technicians (ATT) as having the potential
to make tax 'easier, quicker and simpler' for
taxpayers running small firms. (EnterpriseQuest)
fine TripAdvisor for fake and misleading reviews.
- even the world's - most exclusive watchmaker.
Now let's be seeing a couple of these on the
wrists of the Government's entrepreneur-guru
is a bargain not a bargain. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/shopping-smart-at-the-sales-9938851.html
and returns: what to do when your online order
fails to deliver. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/dec/22/refund-returns-online-orders-fail-deliver-christmas
than 1 million families (in Bongo Bongoland
Britain) now live in fuel poverty. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/more-than-one-million-british-families-now-live-in-fuel-poverty-9941033.html
reducing food to pay rent. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/dec/23/private-tenants-cut-back-food-rent-survey
set for a pay boost, claims Bank of England
Not the most reliable of sources, the Bank
of England. I've lived with an economist for
over twenty years. A proper one. Degree, highly
salaried position with a household name multi-national
corp, etc. But you can't even let her do the
Saturday morning shopping. However much she
puts in her purse it's never enough and the
outing always takes twice as long to achieve
just half a result. Trouble is - what do you
do with them? Economists, I mean.
prices falling in a third of the country.
Bropaganda Corporation (BBC) under threat from
alternative global news services. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2884515/World-Service-outgunned-Russians-Chinese-Senior-MP-warns-cuts-mean-Britain-failing-counter-biased-information-superpowers.html
It's been that way for a long time although
Wankminster is too pre-occupied with trawling
kiddy porn to have noticed. They are also good
sources for learning proper English instead
of the BBC's ubiquitous, American, trailer-trash
talk. Much less getting alternative (more truthful
and accurate) views to the usual American/Israeli
terrorist slant on what's going on in the world.
Consequently, obligatory reading and viewing
for anyone who wants to trade with these regions.
for CIA wigheads released by Wikileaks.
These were being spoofed fifty years ago before
the internet even came along! So who said technolgy
never moved backwards? (Then there's the CIA
Wighead Assassination Manual, which is funnier
still.) All obligatory reading for travelling
businessmen worried about becoming another mistaken
target. (Or a hostage, expecting to be rescued
kitchen on wheels aims to get kids cooking at
Then, hopefully, they can teach their waster-parents
how to cook as well!
lets diners rate their restaurant servers.
Entrepreneur's Last-Minute Wish-List.
Be prepared to brave crowds in busiest shopping
hour on the eve of Christmas Eve. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/be-prepared-to-brave-crowds-in-busiest-shopping-hour-on-the-eve-of-christmas-eve-9938362.html
We've never come across that before! Is it
something to do with the internet thinggy?
shoppers are the meanest in the world. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11306468/British-shoppers-are-the-meanest-in-the-world.html
And you would have thought the morons would
have cottoned on once it started costing them
their jobs. But no . . . it's easier to find
sucker in The Kippah Party instead.
consumer confidence at 4-year high, claims research
by Lloyds. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/dec/22/consumer-confidence-uk-lloyds-high-economy
That's good news. For the banks.
UK households pay almost half their income in
Sea oil crisis meeting called. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-30569373#
With 15,000 jobs threatened and most of those
small businesses, sub-contractors and the self-employed,
I guess it's time the Scots began to reflect
on what might have been if they hadn't voted
to remain with America's English fags next door.
in gadget insurance complaints. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30568281#
force to spend money on bobbies-on-the-beat
instead of CCTVs. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11306606/Police-force-plans-to-drop-CCTV-for-bobbies-on-the-beat.html
Careful, lads. This could mean your acting careers
going up in cannabis smoke. Happily, this blindingly
obvious development will almost certainly escape
the gaze of Team Mayhem at The Scrote Office,
who will be too busy twattering each other to
notice what's going on and bring an end to it
all. With a bit of luck though, insurance premiums
might be coming down on shopfront plate glass
will be all change for publishing and content.
gras losing favour in France. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/21/force-fed-foie-gras-loses-favour-france
Bad news for British restauranteurs, then.
Official release: PM unites with business in
call for ambitious EU - US trade deal. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/pm-unites-with-business-in-call-for-ambitious-eu-us-trade-deal
Translation: Britain's Prime
Knob Polisher and Fag to US Big Corp, hunkers
down with fellow EU corporate vassals, late-payers
and tax dodgers to promote asset-stripping,
extortion, blackmail, embargos, protectionism,
the erosion of sovereignty and democracy, terrorism
and propaganda at the personal expense of billions
of taxpayers, with the lives of children deprived
of food, water and medicine a speciality.
inside American Frankenfood processing plants.
And after TTIP, all the better to flood the
European market with. 'Now
THAT'S what I'm talking about,'
gushed Da P.M excitedly.
American food processing plants run with cheap
immigrant labour are an everyday occurrence
since previous 'TTIP'-style agreements such
as NAFTA which promised to generate 200,000
new jobs. In the event, it cost 870,000 US jobs.
Identical lies are being peddled today.)
exit checks could result in chaos, warn MPs.
Better remove the root of the problem, then.
Theresa Mayhem and her team of scrotes. It will
be a far better punt for the country's future
economic prosperity than any TTIPox deals.
a signal to the countryside? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/mobile-phones/11303334/Sending-a-signal-to-the-countryside.html
young entrepreneur ready to make millions from
broken phones. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/privateequity/11305152/The-young-entrepreneur-ready-to-make-millions-from-broken-phones.html
to produce a bumper Brussels sprout crop in
time for Christmas. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/bumper-brussels-sprouts-set-to-be-biggest-in-10-years-after-nearperfect-growing-conditions-9937807.html
Hooray for the East Europeans!
UK's Top 10 dream jobs. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/20/the-uks-top-10-dream-jobs/
Plenty in the self-employed category here which
won't fit in with most plebs' definitions of
'jobs'. But - dream on, eh?
do I get around my lost password? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/advice/11304083/How-do-I-get-around-my-lost-password.html
Kippah Party tells members not to Twatter.
That should help them restore their increasingly
flaccid reputations. Works wonders for weener
yourself online is a no-no. http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/dec/20/for-a-50-year-old-woman-being-yourself-online-is-a-no-no
Especially if you've got a successful business
to run, instead.
taking of 'Great' out of Britain by an Israeli
Asked to comment on the daily sell-out of traditional
Britain to grasping foreign investors, Da P.M.
David Cameron, confirmed excitedly, 'THIS
is the TTIP I'm talking about!'
to sell your car online. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/how-to/11305028/How-to-sell-your-car-online.html
drinks and dishes invented in London. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/uk/london/11300885/Nine-drinks-dishes-and-treats-invented-in-London.html?frame=3142711
And that's the best we can do, is it? No
wonder the French have been taking the piss
for the past fifty years. Perhaps another look
at the history books might prove helpful.
Extra £11 per week per average household
in Government's and energy companies' latest
fraud network revealed. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30555620#
to tackle over-50s unemployment. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-30559219#
I thought the Government and its cronies
had this problem cracked by turning them all
into self-employed 'entrepreneurs'? (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-29067642)
Street sales begin early. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/19/high-street-stores-sales-christmas
million Britons now living in poverty. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/two-nations-13m-brits-will-spend-12bn-on-panic-saturday-but-13m-others-across-the-country-will-spend-this-christmas-in-poverty-9937088.html
There's a rosy 2015 prospect for the country's
culls millions of 'spammy' accounts. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/11303238/Instagram-culls-millions-of-spammy-accounts.html
Are there any which aren't?
Market stallholders in 'state of fear' over
development plans. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/camden-market-stall-holders-in-state-of-fear-over-development-plans-9936681.html
to be told how their meat has been killed.
Not what the meat is, mind you. Or if it's
living in France miss out on payment after British
officials 'manipulate' calculations.
With the UK now the most heavily indebted
country in Europe (yes, even more so than Greece)
every penny - and propaganda point - counts.
platform aims to replace the annoying group
drone turns into a pile of sugar when its
finished flying. http://www.springwise.com/disposable-drone-turns-pile-sugar-finished-flying/
This is very good news for the CIA and the
Pentagon. In future, they won't have to pretend
memory-loss when their drones massacre villages
full of helpless people. They will be able to
say they were making food drops, instead.
UKs busiest Christmas shopping day
predictions from Experian FootFall/evolution
of Christmas shopping. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/17238
High Street Summit to show that hope is not
lost for our towns and cities. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/17245
traditional weekly shop is in decline as shopping
online for essentials becomes routine.
in debt to energy firms rises. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30538313#
Ahhhh; that would explain yesterday's headline
using less energy'. It's because growing
numbers of consumers are simply being cut off!
launches a DIY specialty website, moncornerbrico.com.
comparison sites face probe. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/19/price-comparison-sites-face-probe/
At long last; with a bit of luck they'll
move on afterwards to that great scam-in-the-sky
called the internet.
of UK management has failed to improve in more
than a decade. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/quality-uk-management-failed-improve-decade/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
UK management can console itself that French
management is even worse, not having shown any
signs of improvement since the death of Napoleon.
Top Tips on how to be a better negotiator.
desperately trying to rally support for clandestine,
anti-small business, anti-democratic, corrupt
launches rearguard action to try and save what's
left of the international reputation of its
Only twenty years too late. Plus the proposals
look as if they are meant to reassure the French.
But no-one else.
bikini brand lets women shop by body shape.
helps patients find better healthcare abroad.
lets anyone commission their own portrait for
under $500. http://www.springwise.com/site-lets-commission-portrait-500/
online business review sites you should be monitoring.
Retail sales boosted by Black Friday. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30530231#
The retail sector needs more than single-day
promotions to get out of the woods. Let's
hope the Government doesn't use this as an excuse
to further delay significant cuts to business
rates - a much more universal and permanent
method of boosting sales.
using less energy despite 'growing economy'.
What 'growing economy'? Roughly
translated, does that mean 'millions' of 'illegal
immigrants' who know how to switch off the lights?
release: Guidance. Flood support package for
homeowners and businesses. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/flood-support-package-for-homeowners-and-businesses
sells boxed cow pats on Black Friday - and 30,000
Americans buy them at $6 a poop. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/11298461/Retailer-sells-cow-poo-in-a-box-on-Black-Friday-30000-people-buy-it.html
Only in the USA could you find as dumb as
this. It even beats the Red Bull award. No wonder
Britain's even dumber politicians constantly
look to the States for role models.
are Britain's biggest house price bargains?
maps convicted landlords. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/17/new-database-names-maps-private-landlords-convicted-housing-act
official mobile blackspot lie. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2878511/Mobile-signal-blackspots-halved-Deal-networks-Government-means-coverage-needs-85-2017.html
I talked a scammer into a better life choice?
be picking up the phone to members of this Government,
scammer and second-rate shyster tries to silence
critical blog with spurious legal threats.
Offices £30m immigration contract
has led to catalogue of chaos.
Theresa Mayhem and The Scrote Office at it
again. In fact, isn't it about time some auditors
took a look at their really, really, really
close relationship with favourite outsourcers,
Crapita, whose 'catalogues of chaos' would stock
a mobile library?
rip-offs will hit millions. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/547541/Pension-rip-off-affect-millions-savers-fees-annual-charges
And the crooks responsible - the Government's
mates just like the banks - won't even get a
to Moscow to get some great deals as Russian
economy 'tanks'. http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/as-russian-economy-tanks-brits-stand-to-benefit-from-great-travel-deals-9931569.html
These would be real Russian 'tanks'? Or Ukrainian
tanks pretending to be Russian tanks? Anyway,
the same could be said of Norway, Nigeria, Venezuala,
the UK (oh, yes: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30525539#)
and anywhere else affected by current US/Saudi
manipulation of oil prices. But Russia is a
beautiful country and its people are far more
intelligent and welcoming than most westerners.
Worth a puntin - if there's any money left in
the kitty after the latest trip to the food
bogus bargains that will leave you out of pocket.
fined $135 million for China bribes. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-30527520#
ways to improve your small business. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/fl/10-Ways-to-Improve-Your-Small-Business.htm?nl=1
of UK delivery drivers are now self-employed,
'lifestyle' couriers. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2878481/Internet-gift-not-arrived-Pity-drivers-paid-just-45p-deliver-no-sick-pay-pension-holiday-sacked-moment-s-notice.html
Nah. They're the Government's new breed of
home-based ENTREPRENEURS doncha know.
vending machine will deny you snacks based on
medical records. http://www.springwise.com/vending-machine-deny-snacks-based-medical-records/
nets biodegrade so they dont pollute the
lets authors tell their story through interactive
text messaging. http://www.springwise.com/platform-authors-story-text-message/
worst places to live in the UK. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/17/the-ten-worst-places-to-live-in-the-uk/
Business Ethics'. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jo-swinson/ethical-business_b_6340414.html?utm_hp_ref=uk&ir=UK
Another lame propaganda exercise from the
Government which won't include, one imagines,
a ban on arms exports to paedo-terrorist Nazi
regimes like Israel, nor an end to fagging for
the world's #1 terrorist state, the USA, the
banks and Big Corp.
Post Office facing further Christmas strike
of thousands of Wordpress websites infected.
who claims he made $72 million in his lunch
breaks, admits he made up the story. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/mohammed-islam-boy-who-made-72m-in-his-lunch-break-admits-he-made-the-story-up-9927387.html
Which says an awful lot, as usual, about
the super-dumb media which fell hook, line and
sinker for this nonsense. Still. His future
being idolised as an American entrepreneur/guru
by British politicians and the BBC, is assured.
He'll probably even get his own sequel to The
Apprentice or Dragons' Den. And if he's really
lucky, he could also land a job as a senior
member of government.
the rich don't choose fixed rate mortgages.
Is it because the rich don't need mortgages
release: TTIP benefits and concerns. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/transatlantic-trade-and-investment-partnership-ttip-benefits-and-concerns
Latest Government rearguard propaganda release
as until very recently indeed, TTIP negotiations
were being conducted in secret. Anyway, just
a few guidelines for anyone who doesn't believe
everything that comes off the keyboards of professional
liars, thieves and criminals. http://newint.org/features/2014/05/01/trojan-treaties/
food giant proposing unreasonable contracts
and payment terms. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30509906#
to live for free: 7 tips from an expert.
All very well if you are next door to where
the 'free' offers are available. Not so well
if you live out in the sticks: in which case
it's back to eating raw sugarbeet and mugging
pensioners to pay the electricity, gas and rates
millionaire takes on smelly chip kiosk owner.
You'd have thought people with a bit of money
would have bought a chalet away from pleb-holes
like the Val d'Isere. Especially millionaires
who made their money from stinky products tested
on live animals.
Bent British politician news: British taxpayers
ripped off by new train orders. http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/17/trains-taxpayers-ripped-off-department-transport-rail
computers be wiped out on 19 January 2038?
Not if the Government's Digital Dickhead
Britain initiative gets there first!
year's big trend? Anti-tech 2015. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2875997/Next-year-s-big-trend-ANTI-TECH-2015-set-year-people-forsake-gadgets-social-networks-simpler-life.html
At least it will work.
company to be the first to offer pizza delivery
by drone. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2876236/No-tip-needed-Russian-company-offer-pizza-delivery-DRONE-yes-arrive-30-minutes.html
A perfect addition to the armoury of any home-based
catering business? It will save on recruiting
all those East Europeans who are now starting
to demand over the minimum living wage even
for cleaning toilets.
hidden dangers lurking in your kitchen.
Once again, something which has been common
knowledge for generations but which recent governments,
educationalists and parents have seen fit to
remove from youngsters' learning curves - and
replaced by bacteria-ridden dummyphones in their
to be concerned by the rise of self-employment.
As we, and numerous professionals have
been saying for years. On the other hand, competence,
social responsibility, economic performance
or even honesty - are not in this Government's
vocabulary. Nor of its cronies.
Consequently, even the current definition and
usage of the term 'self-employment' wouldn't
withstand closer scrutiny, much less any historical
comparisons - and that's before we even address
the downsides of self-employment in recent years
and under this Government in particular.
of small firms lack access to superfast broadband.
Around half (44%) of small and medium-sized
firms in the UK do not have access to superfast
broadband, compared to 25% of the general population,
according to figures released by Ofcom. In urban
areas, around a third (33%) of small and medium-sized
firms lacked access, compared to 17% of the
urban population as a whole. The findings were
published in Ofcom's 2014 Infrastructure Report,
which also reveals that broadband users as a
whole were downloading 77% more data in 2014
than in 2013. Ofcom has developed an interactive
mapping tool to help consumers and business
owners to check digital coverage in their local
area. Further research on the availability,
choice and quality of communications services
for small firms is due to be published by Ofcom
in Spring 2015. (EnterpriseQuest)
In Ten New Years Resolutions Focus on
Starting Own Business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/27676/one-ten-new-years-resolutions-focus-starting-business/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
one always takes such 'research' (marketing
exercises) with a large pinch of salt, I'd be
worried by a result like this. Bearing in mind
that 1 in 6 of the country's working population
is running a business already and some surveys
I have seen have shown as many as 1 in 6, even
1 in 4 wanting to start their own business,
does this mean that the Government's incessant
propaganda about 'entrepreneurial' Britain hasn't
fooled the plebs after all?
Portas criticises Government over 'token'
High Street gestures. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30480438#
'Token' gestures of which she was a part.
of online food business. http://www.theguardian.com/small-business-network/2014/dec/15/food-box-schemes-busy-professionals
the larder is trendy once more. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/11290781/Why-the-larder-is-trendy-once-more.html
epic business naming fails - and how to avoid
top searches for 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/dec/16/world-cup-ebola-iphone-google-searches-2014
Clearly not a 'business tool', then?
Amazon pricing glitch threatens small traders
with bankruptcy. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11292999/Amazon-glitch-leads-to-rush-over-1p-bargains.html
Today's latest from Digital Dickhead Britain
- the Government's compulsory way-to-go. Under.
slashes business rates by 80% to help boost
town centre businesses. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11293125/Rochdale-slashes-business-rates-to-boost-town-centre.html
Now all we need is for those businesses to
receive Amazon-style tax breaks and we'll be
getting somewhere. Of course, the rest
of the country's councils continue to maintain
that such cuts in business rates, are impossible.
prices fall by as much as £30,000 in some
parts of UK following stamp duty cuts. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/houseprices/11293494/House-prices-fall-by-30000-in-just-four-weeks-in-some-parts-of-UK.html
reached on basic, fee-free bank accounts.
shop opens to sell surplus food from supermarkets
to the poor. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/community-shop-opens-to-sell-surplus-food-from-supermarkets-to-the-poor-9924606.html
complained about poor mobile phone signal and
was told 'move to China'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/household-bills/11291123/I-complained-about-poor-mobile-phone-signal-and-was-told-move-to-China.html
Huge surge in low paid and zero hours contract
The Government and it web-based cronies will
be pleased. However, a happy clappy press release
is not anticipated at this stage.
Helplines not good enough, Government admits.
Yes, and it's today's latest news for the
Government's Digital Dickhead drive to bring
the entire country to a standstill.
increase in footfall for Small Business Saturday
A bit of good news for a change (apparently)
even if the initiative appears to be driven
by credit card shopping rather than developing
a stable, year-long shopper-supplier relationship
with small, local businesses. However,
that drift has already been been commented upon
sooner and elsewhere and so let's hope it's
a trend which has come to stay. Despite this
Government's attempts to hamstring meaningful
business rate reforms.
to start a successful business in the countryside.
And there will be people who will actually think
this is how it is - the advertorial element
fight to limit right-to-buy home sales.
the book is back. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/dec/14/book-revival-james-daunt-waterstones
to create your own micro-brew. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/how-to-create-your-own-microbrew-craft-beer-is-staging-a-resurgence-this-time-without-the-explosions-9920470.html
UK jobs 2014. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2868911/Best-paid-UK-jobs-2014-Compare-pay-national-average.html
Worth a larf, as usual.
bent British politician story. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/tory-backbench-mp-jacob-reesmogg-failed-to-declare-interests-9923362.html
UK flights hit by computer failure. http://www.aol.co.uk/article/2014/12/12/london-airspace-closed-after-it-failure/21115495/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl1%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D314962
And it's all the latest news for the
Government's Digital Dickhead Initiative as
it provides yet another unique response to imaginary
attacks by terrorists. Destroy the country's
infastructure and small business community before
they can be destroyed by anyone else.
due to millions after pension mis-selling by
insurance firms. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2870850/Pension-firms-pay-price-duping-savers.html
of the 'silver' skier. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2870412/Rise-silver-skier-s-gramping-ski-season-83-families-grandparents-slopes.html
It just had to come, following on the arrival
of the silver surfer and the silverpreneur.
price increases earn more in a year than the
average worker. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2871018/Houses-earn-year-average-worker-Prices-soar-29-000-past-12-months.html
Also known as an official Ponzi scheme.
buy-to-let hotspots in Britain. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/expat-money/11282921/Top-buy-to-let-hot-spots-in-Britain.html?WT.mc_id=e_3754229&WT.tsrc=email&etype=expat&utm_source=email&utm_medium=Edi_Exp_New_2014_12_12&utm_campaign=3754229
lottery of water bill cuts. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-2871226/UK-households-save-20-year-water-bills-firms-told-cut-charges-5-five-years.html
release: Cyber security: a guide for business.
spot and exploit pricing errors for a living.'
machine helps anyone make their own cooking
oil at home. http://www.springwise.com/steampunk-machine-helps-cooking-oil-home/
company lets customers wear their neighborhood
on their sleeve. http://www.springwise.com/fashion-company-lets-customers-wear-neighborhood-sleeve/
social network connects likeminded locals.
Christmas deliveries face delay. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/11/amazon-yodel-christmas-parcel-delivery-backlog
construction output fell in October. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30444853#
Again?! Although this time, it's probably
due to all those East Europeans returning home
to start preparing for Christmas.
construction sector boosts growth. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11289375/Surging-construction-sector-provides-boost-to-growth.html
Good, innit? Who to believe? Except this 'surge'
is an estimate and not an actuality. (Like most
modern 'news', really.) Back to the porridge
and gruel, chaps.
prices: The real impact of stamp duty on your
pays highest property taxes in the world.
We've been saying it for years.
food prices mean we eat less but still
pay 20pc more. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11289005/Rocketing-food-prices-mean-we-eat-less-but-still-pay-20pc-more.html
banks: Dont you people know how to make
a banquet out of bugger all? http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/food-banks-dont-you-people-know-how-to-make-a-banquet-out-of-bugger-all-9918910.html
Perhaps the Government and one of its business
weener website cronies will issue a Christmas
Cheer press release applauding the growing numbers
of home businesses using food banks?
Government mentors who can show them how to
payments about to grip UK mass market. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/27628/mobile-payments-grip-uk-mass-market/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk.
'Our research reveals that over 23 million people
would like to use mobile payments', claims
the article. That's one hell of a piece of research
which has just quietly taken place. More
like a National Census instead of the usual
statistical 'samples' of 500 - 1000 which even
the Government seems to find adequate.
companys cruelty-free fur only uses roadkill.
whiteboard syncs meeting notes to any device
in real time. http://www.springwise.com/smart-whiteboard-syncs-meeting-notes-device-real-time/
Britons are living beyond their means, says
Government's fiscal watchdog. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11285507/Britons-are-living-beyond-their-means-says-OBR.html
Inspired by the Government itself, no doubt.
claims businesses are 'divided' on business
rate reform. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11286299/Government-claims-businesses-are-divided-on-reform-of-business-rates.html
(The Government had recently conducted a poll
suppliers has been bullied by a large company.
I'm surprised that's all it is.
target savers' pension pots. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/546053/Scammers-target-savers-pension-liberation-scheme-savings-pensioner-fraud
A Government TEAM spokesneutergendertranspersonguy
was unavailable for comment.
acts as an auto-correct for those with speech
home sends prospective buyers around on a rollercoaster.
paywall lets readers share articles instead
of paying. http://www.springwise.com/social-paywall-lets-readers-share-articles-paying/
allowed 'oldest pasty' claim. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/10/bakery-allowed-oldest-pasty-claim/
Energy customers given further ways to reclaim
for claiming back your energy credit. http://www.myenergycredit.com/
too trusting of big firm suppliers claim MPs.
Feigning disapproval and surprise, perhaps
our MPs should be replace themselves with politicians
who are supposedly less naive (I don't think)
and more capable of serving the public interest?
After all (just like CIA-wighead torturers and
assassins and their media-propaganda) this has
only been common knowledge for generations.
lopsided can comparison sites get before watchdogs
wake up? http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/james-moore-how-lopsided-can-comparison-sites-get-before-the-watchdogs-wake-up-9911418.html
I thought the criminal media were the public's
'watchdogs' these days? Although I can understand
their inhibitions as advertising for comparison
websites takes up so much space and time and
generates so much revenue that it wouldn't be
reasonable to bite the hand that feeds it.
Christmas loan fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/10/scamwatch-christmas-loan-fraud/
A bit late to be alerting shoppers to what passes
for a Christmas tradition?!
to let shoppers haggle. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11283504/Amazon-lets-shoppers-haggle-with-Make-an-Offer-button.html
to save pubs from conversion to supermarkets.
Oh, yes. Another nice little, grubby, official
earner. And another nail which hasn't been put
in the coffins of pubs by Muslim teetototallers.
According to English Nazi peers.
farming can feed the world if done correctly,
scientists claim. http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/organic-farming-can-feed-the-world-if-done-right-scientists-claim-9913651.html
This has been known for a long time.
The biggest obstacle is Big Corp. Usually, American
Big Corp. And gutlesss politicians. And the
media. Like those who are now pretending that
they didn't know what the CIA was for or what
it was doing. Although the pretence continues
to include the lucrative spectre of terrorist
threat again, so job done, job done. They'll
be able to go off now and whip up the next pretext
for another murderous bombing spree killing
tens of thousands more defenceless civilians.
Before pretending they didn't do that, either.
And so it goes on. Backed by the American, British
and European public who also pretend they didn't
- and don't - know anything. Despite the planet
being littered with more dead bodies in the
past fifty years than the Second World War ever
produced. And despite this being the age of
mass communication. Information technology.
Social media. And political 'correctness'.
to develop an artificial intelligence assistant
for its users. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2867524/Facebook-developing-artificial-intelligence-assistant-monitor-social-network-warn-make-embarrassing-post.html
Says it all, really.
Corporal used army compensation payout to set
up loan shark business to junior soliders.
Now that's what I'm talking about! A REAL entrepreneur.
Get that man signed up with the IoD.
Nuisance calls out of control, says taskforce.
I couldn't agree more and it's been that
way for years. I have an elderly mother who
simply refuses to pick up the phone any more
when she hears it ringing, because she is convinced
it will be a nuisance call. And I almost never
pick up a domestic phone when I'm in the UK
for precisely the same reason. Business email
addresses are just as bad, so one is left with
just a very limited private email address for
matters of importance.
course, the problem, like bent, crooked, thieving,
lying, psycopath bankers, could be solved overnight.
There's regular, corrective hangings. Or, a
genuine Government could always appoint a telecomms
regulator with teeth and balls, to take the
place of Ofcon. Unfortunately, the telecomms
industry, scams included, has its own Minister
these days, so that isn't likely to happen any
by sales calls? Have you tried growing up?
What a *anker! There are a significant number
of people out there who do have lives to be
getting on with and entering into repeat conversations
on the telephone with wasters, is not on their
daily 'to do' list. And then of course, you
have more and more automated calls these days
which you can't instruct to get lost, anyway.
People shouldn't have to be plagued by telecomms
lice, no more so than online pop-ups which you
can't get rid of; there really are better things
in life to be getting on with.
broadband still patchy, Ofcon reveals. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-30375854#
Latest joke from Ofcon. As if we haven't
known that for the past twenty years. So how
many £ billions is all this costing the
of shopping now done online. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11281318/Shoppers-are-sold-on-the-online-revolution.html
So that's only a third. As in 33%. Or less.
Friday helps lift online retailers out of November
However, one hears that a third of purchases
have been returned for refunds. One imagines
that the real picture therefore, is not quite
online shoppers head for the High Street.
Still more of the 'real' picture.
go hungry because they can't cook, says Tory
And they can't cook because they have received
a Tory, swivel-eyed vision of education and
spent all their money instead, on plastic crap
and services thrust down their throats by Tory
donors. Mainly US Big Corp. There is plenty
of cheap food available, on the other hand.
But supermarkets prefer to bin £ millions
every day rather than help feed the needy. Also
in line with Tory shibboleths. Finally, cooking
usually requires a regular and reliable supply
of gas or electricity. The prices of which have
gone through the roof under this Government.
Finally, taken together, it's all the fault
of parents anyway.
targets solicitors in latest tax crackdown.
Larf?! I almost fell off me perch.
Scottish Power Britain's worst firm for service?
£1000-a week bricklayers. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/09/bricklayers-shortage-skilled-workers-uk-construction
You'd have thought the Government's Digital
Dickheads Initiative would have introduced an
app for that. Getting a £1000 a week.
Although they won't be bothering with any apps
for getting out of bed in the morning; nor a
full working day; nor a 5 or 6-day working week;
nor getting to work. Nor even, working itself.
to make money selling T-shirts online. http://onlinebusiness.about.com/od/onlinebusiness101/fl/How-to-Make-Money-Selling-T-shirts-Online.htm?nl=1
I bet no-one's thought of that before.
solar-powered biofuel stove for Africa could
save lives. http://www.springwise.com/flatpack-solar-powered-biofuel-stove-africa-save-lives/
Retail ombudsman set up to help with consumer
fees fuel watchdog concerns. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/11277829/Overdraft-fees-fuel-watchdog-concerns.html
of England warning over mortgage arrears.
offered £5600 for home improvements.
gas and electricity tariffs. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/08/cheapest-gas-and-electricity-tariffs/
force urges firms to act on plague of nuisance
phone calls. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/call-for-firms-to-act-on-plague-of-nuisance-phone-calls-9909320.html
launched to represent creative industries.
The Creative Industries Federation (CIF) has
been launched as a new independent body to represent
the creative industries, public arts and cultural
education in the UK. Founder members of the
CIF include the BBC, Google, Facebook and Virgin
Media, as well as smaller firms, and existing
creative sector representatives such as Nesta
and Creative SkillSet. CIF responsibilities
will include setting up an advisory council
to represent the interests of the creative industries
sector to Government; providing guidance to
help creative organisations develop; and drawing
up a report to assess the industry. The CIF
will operate under eight key mission statements,
which include bringing together public and private
creative sectors; ensuring creativity has a
central place in the education system; and defending
intellectual property rights. (EnterpriseQuest)
China is 'ripping off' our iconic designs and
selling them for a fraction of the price.
At least they're not sending in jackbooted
illegal immigrants and terrorists to bomb and
kill before they steal the country's resources.
It also begs the question whether or not the
cost of original 'iconic' designs are viable
in the first place. We all like to make - or
save - a bob or two. But there's a difference
between a healthy profit and slavering greed.
hunger stalking Britain. http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/08/tories-avert-rift-church-food-bank-report
So who is supposed to be imposing sanctions
on whom? Perhaps if we asked them nicely, the
Russians could send Little Engerlandt some food
Foods Europe trade show. 12-15 January 2015,
MLM Startup Conference. Starting and Running
the Successful MLM Company. February 26-27,
2015, Las Vegas (USA). http://www.mlmlegal.com/srs2.html
is there condensation on the inside of my windows?
many Englishmen does it take to fix this road
ferry workers set to strike again. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2864177/Calais-ferry-workers-set-strike-again.html
Well, you certainly can't accuse French strikers
of not being boringly predictable. For the rest
of the time, Calais has long been a ferry shithole
anyway, and I never use the place. Far too many
loud-mouthed thug-type immigrants with tattoos.
Post Office workers set to strike. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/06/post-office-workers-set-to-stage-one-day-strike
agent tricks that shrink buy-to-let returns.
organisations join forces against Government
and rise of bedroom ticket touts. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2014/dec/06/battle-bedroom-ticket-touts-house-of-lords
Not good news once again, for the Government's
'growing tide' of home-based 'entrepreneurs'.
release: Proposals to change the Prompt Payment
your own home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/homebuildingandrenovatingawards/11271155/Build-your-own-home-could-you-design-a-house-as-good-as-this.html
best Christmas markets. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/dec/06/best-christmas-markets-shopping-uk
who makes cakes for Fortnum & Mason started
cooking after losing her council job.
reject imported Christmas trees in favour of
homegrown ones. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/britain-branches-out-shoppers-reject-imported-christmas-trees-in-favour-of-homegrown-ones-9908486.html
meet the modern-day mistletoe harvesters.
call in the gleaners. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/smart-farmers-call-in-the-gleaners-volunteers-are-salvaging-crops-that-supermarkets-refuse-to-take--and-giving-them-to-food-charities-9908492.html
It looks as if both the supermarkets and
their customers still have too much money.
Official release: Small Business Saturday 2014:
Nick Clegg message.
To be consigned to the same public urinal wall
as the Government's Digital Dickhead initiative,
Black Friday and Cyber Monday propaganda. (Latest
news for Black Friday and Cyber Monday just
the meantime, a few politicians will be photograped
buying a lamb chop at their local butcher today;
followed by 364 days of ready-made meals from
Israeli terrorist-supporting Marks & Spencer.
Bongoland' Britain suffers biggest real-time
wage drop of the G20. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/04/british-workers-suffered-biggest-real-wage-fall-major-g20-countries
Wankminsters' donors will be absolutely delighted.
Hands-free orgasms and gongs all round. Arf,
end scandal of £40bn owed to small firms
by larger customers, pledge Tories. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2863115/We-ll-end-scandal-40bn-owed-small-firms-larger-customers-pledge-Tories.html
All politicians, not just the Tories, have
been making this pledge for as long as I can
remember. But as the principal offenders also
happen to be major political party donors, the
likelihood of any changes to what is basically,
business culture, are just about zero.
European fears over American Frankenfood imports.
There's already a lot more of it going on than
the media-misinformed public realises. How else
do you think people deteriorate into watching
release: Business support helpline evaluation.
What 'business support helpline'?
Winter now joined by slave-workers, extends
to 190 cities. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30339438#
Putin, take note! 'Now THAT'S we're talking
about.' (Says arboreal American Fux propaganda
debt hotspots revealed. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2862405/Britain-s-biggest-debt-hotspots-revealed-Charity-names-areas-make-cries-help.html
you have blackspot signal problems seven times
a day before you get a refund. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/household-bills/11276730/T-Mobile-prove-you-suffer-blackspots-seven-times-a-day-for-refund.html
Apparently, 'up to a million' customers
suffer connection problems. The other 5 million
can't get through to complain.
photo payments to be extended. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30343678#
film posters are worth the most? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/11266055/Investing-in-film-posters-which-have-made-the-most-money.html
flip 'n brick mobile phones making a comeback.
Amongst airhead celebrities it seems.
with a display turns any analog watch into a
smart one. http://www.springwise.com/strap-display-turns-analog-watches-smart/
fitness tracker uses chemical sweat analysis.
lets users trawl hundreds of local businesses
at once. http://www.springwise.com/app-lets-users-trawl-hundreds-local-businesses/
Peer blames pub closures on teetotal Muslims.
The pub industry on the other hand, blames
another piss-poor World Cup performance by the
Engerlandt football squad. Plus the massive
increase in sales of cheap booze by supermarkets
for home consumption over the past few decades.
A state of affairs which has been endorsed by
successive governments of swivel-eyed, Tory
loons on the take from the retail industry.
million have already signed petition against
clandestine EU/US TTIP trade talks. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30316819#
Isn't it cute how the US, Little Engerlandt
and their mediatised arch-villains, the EU,
can all come together whenever there are any
prospects for their bent politicians? (With
a total of 1 'Like' and 2 'Shares'.) Irrespective
of democracy, massive public outcry, the public
interest and good, old-fashioned stewardship.
Government's first TTIP snout-in-trough.
Hands up anyone who is surprised?
Foods writes to suppliers requesting an 'investment
Like a bung to a bent politician, they mean.
third of Black Friday and Cyber Monday purchases
Like everything which emanates from the States.
Conceived by wasters to appeal to wasters. With
Engerlandt's fagging little politicians in full
homes investors could face jail. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/dec/04/property-investors-islington-london-homes-empty-jail
newsletter, November 2014. http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=20130af8d76b06160470ee741&id=02d01bc95c&e=45c941d6f6
to keep their tax break. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/expat-money/11272572/Expats-will-keep-their-tax-break.html?WT.mc_id=e_3735452&WT.tsrc=email&etype=expat&utm_source=email&utm_medium=Edi_Exp_New_2014_12_5&utm_campaign=3735452
I can imagine that the vast majority of ex-pats
who have faithfully paid their taxes for decades
yet don't get anything in return for all their
hard work and honesty, don't view this as any
kind of 'tax break'.
50 signs a couple has made it' list. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/have-you-been-ticking-things-off-the-50-signs-a-couple-has-made-it-list-then-youre-dooming-yourself-to-permanent-unhappiness-9904549.html
Sounds like living in the French countryside.
e-card fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/05/scamwatch-christmas-e-card-fraud/
third of British expats would like to move back
to the UK. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2860523/Expat-research-British-expats-homesick.html
Happily, immigrants from other parts of the
world are made of sterner stuff, even if the
majority too, would like to return home. Or
what's left of it after years of bombing by
the Coalition of Evil.
tablet which is designed for the kitchen.
which shows if you like a new beer or wine before
you try it. http://www.springwise.com/app-beer-wine/
garments measure customers exact body
shape to avoid online clothes returns. http://www.springwise.com/smart-garments-measure-customers-exact-body-shape-avoid-online-clothes-returns/
BAD News. For
the better informed business adviser.
December 2014: Autumn Statement 2014 Special
to this special edition of BAD News (Business
Advisers' News), bringing you a summary of the
most relevant and important measures announced
by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement. Key
points included in the Chancellor's statement
Connection Voucher scheme will be extended until
March 2016, and the number of cities covered
by the scheme will be increased in April 2015.
In particular, the number of northern cities
included in the scheme is set to double.
Childcare Business Grant scheme in England will
be extended for the 2015/16 financial year following
a £2 million increase in funding. This
will support the creation of new childcare places.
further £400 million will be provided
to support venture capital through the British
Business Bank's Enterprise Capital Funds programme.
conditions will be tightened for those claiming
tax credits on the basis of self-employment,
including a new test to assess whether work
being carried out is genuine and effective.
Claimants will need to register as self-employed
with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and provide
a Unique Tax Reference number in order to claim.
digital calculator will be introduced by HMRC
to help with calculating Capital Gains Tax.
New Enterprise Allowance (NEA) scheme will be
extended from January 2015, to support new business
support package totalling an additional £20
million will be provided to help firms which
are exporting for the first time. The increased
support will include expansion of the UK Trade
and Investment (UKTI) regional network, tailored
support to help firms access new markets online,
and funding for a global events programme.
Government will allocate £1 billion of
the £12 billion Local Growth Fund to support
a second wave of Growth Deals between 2015 and
review of the future structure of business rates
will be carried out, and findings will be reported
by the time the 2016 Budget is announced.
doubling of Small Business Rate Relief is being
extended to April 2016, which will allow some
of the smallest firms to continue to receive
100% relief from business rates, and others
to receive partial relief.
business rate discount for retail food and drink
premises with a rateable value of £50,000
or less will be increased from £1,000
to £1,500 for one year from 1st April
simplification programme is planned for business
licences, with the aim of local authorities
in England offering a single online application
process by 2018, so a business only need to
register its details once.
Chancellor's Autumn Statement is available
in full at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/autumn-statement-documents
Shadow Chancellor's response to the Autumn Statement
is available at: http://press.labour.org.uk/post/104247806064/ed-balls-response-to-the-autumn-statement
continues to miss out on benefits of Chinese
Who can blame them? If it's not medieval
visa restrictions, it's 'dog-end' terrorist
politicians and their propaganda, criticising
the Chinese for protecting their country against
chefs' retaurants amongst the most overpriced
and worst for food. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/11272075/Celebrity-chefs-restaurants-among-most-overpriced-and-worst-food.html
It's like viewers of The Apprentice or Dragons'
Den thinking they're watching a couple of business
shows. Anyway, none of this is news.
ultimate garden shed as a gift for Christmas.
response to The Autumn Staement 2014.
500,000 at risk of losing their home. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/03/500-000-at-risk-of-losing-their-home/
No probs. They can take their 'millions'
of dummyphone and eBay home businesses with
them and simply set up elsewhere. In cardboard
boxes under Chiswick flyover, perhaps?
to deliver near-£1 billion for small businesses.
And another £85 billion for US
for High Street shopping in fight against online
We and other business groups, have only
been urging this for years but the Government
has preferred to go down the path of Z-lister,
tv micro-entrepreneur, propaganda roadshows.
Now all we need is the support of some small-business-friendly,
patriotic politicians instead of Wankminster's
usual rag-bag of Fags for America or Friends
of Israel or both. Then we can tackle issues
which go way beyond the media-mis-reported problems
caused by online retailing.
spurn supermarkets for local stores. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2858329/Christmas-bargains-food-prices-fall-time-eight-years-shoppers-spurn-supermarkets-local-stores.html
reasons why markets are heading for a crash.
Not just the Russian economy, then?
#1 destination for migrants is - Germany!
Bloody Krauts win again! No wonder Engerlandt's
Israeli-American hate-preaching media isn't
circulating this story. Next thing you know,
British tradesmen will be off to Germany again
just like the years of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.
crackdown on insurance fraud will bring down
Bring down premiums?! Someone's not on message
firms drove you mad in 2014? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-2857977/WOODEN-SPOON-AWARDS-Sent-crackers-call-centres-wits-end-wrong-bills-firm-drove-raving-mad-2014.html
government could build and sell new homes on
public sector land. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/02/government-build-new-homes-danny-alexander
owners should be given new rights. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30294353#
spending through the roof. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/dec/02/british-households-spend-less-entertainment-bills-rent-survey
And that's before setting up anything like
a home business.
Mail's rural services not under threat, promises
kills off clip art. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/microsoft/11268290/Microsoft-kills-off-Clip-Art.html
Now where will our media get all its propaganda
photos of terrorists and Russian invasions from?
Although it must be said, pics of Russians actually
doing invading do seem to be as rare as tits
these Britain's prettiest market towns?
for UK micro-firms as HMRC re-examines interpretation
of VAT ruling. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/businessclub/11268706/Victory-for-UK-micro-firms-as-HMRC-tweaks-EU-VAT-MOSS-rule.html
So it's not all down to the EU, as the previous,
venom-spitting article claimed? One
could suggest that the media and its so-called
'experts' take a little more time looking at
the facts before going to print - but that would
be too much of a seismic culture shift.
$5 a month, eAngel will get a human to proofread
your emails. http://www.springwise.com/5-month-eangel-human-proofread-emails/
Which pre-supposes that people who compose
emails these days actually know they are illiterate.
That's a big ask.
nutritionist tells diners when theyre
eating too fast. http://www.springwise.com/in-ear-nutritionist-tells-diners-eating-fast/
offers users cash for their travel reviews.
Families spending less than in 2006. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30290451#
And if they're the Government's new breed
of self-employed 'entrepreneurs', they're spending
less than they were in 1806.
campaign gathers weight. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/dec/01/amazon-christmas-boycott-campaign-amazon-anonymous
your customers some appreciation at Christmas.
Business Overheads Low With the Help from Public
payment still commonplace in construction sector.
Research carried out by the Federation of Master
Builders (FMB) and the National Specialist Contractors
Council (NSCC) has identified Tier 2 sub-contractors
as net providers of trade credit within the
construction industry, with many providing more
credit to Tier 1 contractors and clients than
they receive from their own suppliers. Despite
the majority (92%) of FMB and NSCC members surveyed
agreeing terms that require their clients to
pay within 45 days, only 57% actually receive
payment during this period. In contrast, 84%
of members who agree to pay their suppliers
within 45 days actually do so. Commenting on
the findings, FMB Chief Executive Brian Berry
said: "This clearly shows that, although
contractual payment terms are improving, late
payment is still rife within the supply chain
and much more needs to be done to ensure payments
are made within terms." (EnterpriseQuest)
Late payment is far more universal than just
the construction sector.
you need to know about web hosting. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/27412/web-hosting-bugs-backups-need-know/
mis-selling may affect hundreds of thousands.
I see the Government's mates and donors
are going to have their skid-marks washed and
scammers net £23.9 million in one year.
So company profits are much lower than usual,
who fought over big screen televisions during
Black Friday's day of huge discounts are now
struggling to sell them on internet.
It doesn't matter; they will still be officially
classed as 'entrepreneurs'.
loophole allows Barclaycard to refuse credit
card refund. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11258422/PayPal-loophole-allows-Barclaycard-to-refuse-credit-card-refund.html
face £100 million bill to get vending
machines ready for new, 12-sided £1 coin.
best Christmas markets. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/uk/11176161/UK-Christmas-markets.html
button app helps teens with depression reach
out for support. http://www.springwise.com/panic-button-app-helps-teens-depression-reach-support/
I would have thought the last thing teens
with depression need is anything connected with
clothing stops phones being hacked. http://www.springwise.com/orwell-inspired-clothing-stops-phones-hacked/
experienced farmer to join the space race.
most annoying business buzzwords. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/01/the-most-annoying-business-buzzwords/
'Buzzwords'? Most of these 'buzzwords' were
being bandied about by trend sheep a decade
ago! Still. One musn't expect too much of the
media. They don't get out much. Oh, my God.
Hi. Guys. Awesome.
Sorry, but this is no entrepreneurial revolution.
I see the media is starting to wake up - or
perhaps, just weighing up the truth rather than
parrot-fashion, simply repeating lying Government
propaganda; just as it did eventually, on TTIP
(with the Government already promising to pump-prime
the NHS with £ billions - before handing
it over to US Big Corp); the contaminated supermarket
food chain; tax-dodging US Big Corp; the annual
£85 billion taxpayer's subsidy to US Big
Corp . . . and so on.
accused of playing numbers game with apprentices.
The Government can be accused of playing numbers
games with everything it has been crowing about.
Especially anything to do with 'entrepreneurism',
labour market statistics and the economy. And
that's being rather more polite than foul-mouthed
politicians having their say.
of public want more government action on empty
There are far fewer prospects for cash
suppositories for bent politicians and local
councillors in empty homes because the land
they stand on, has already been sold. Consequently,
the public, whether it's 78% or even 100%, can
remove 'red tape' making it easier to get business
You mean - this wasn't 'EU' red tape?!
Anyway, we'll believe it when we see it.
billion to be spent on road-funding for England.
Plenty of EU-susbsidised work for French corporations
and East European workers, then. Although whether
or not this is just more Government propaganda,
remains to be seen.
get pricier as callers hang up on old technology.
people would not trust their neighbours to take
a parcel delivery. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11263831/One-in-four-Britons-would-not-trust-a-neighbour-to-take-a-parcel.html
'schoolboy entrepreneur' cashes in. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/01/tommie-rose-the-schoolboy-business-man-cashes-in/
I think there are an awful lot of schoolboy
businesses making a lot more money than this
young man but what they don't have is asinine
media exposure and a bunch of Government cronies
doing a velcro act. Whether or not that will
be the death of him, remains to be seen.
I get new drivers for my printer? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/advice/11260785/Can-I-get-new-drivers-for-my-printer.html
to impress your guests. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-2853260/The-rent-chef-goes-grocery-shopping-cooks-gourmet-meal-washes-just-35.html
worst things about dining out in Britain.
I don't usually agree with the observations
of tabloid hacks if only in principle, but this
time, the man's absolutely right. Personally,
I have found good, supper clubs a rewarding
experience; on the other hand, I could equally
say the same of 'good' restaurants.
water supply pipe repairs free? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/11258592/Are-water-supply-pipe-repairs-free.html
politicians likely to be refused entry to Hong
Not a group of terrorist-supporting Friends
of Israel who were about to book the wrong flight,
by any chance? Still, this does bode well for
the future of trade relations with China even
if it is only the Chinese who appear willing
to keep the situation under control. In the
meantime, if our brown-nosers want to do some
good, I would have thought a destination like
Ferguson, USA, and The American Winter uprisings
against their country's terrorist regime, would
have been more appropriate? The Pentagon permitting,
'Bongo Bongoland' Britain: 11 peers gave £14
million to political parties before being appointed
to House of Lords. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2854988/How-eleven-peers-gave-14m-political-parties-joining-House-Lords.html
pockets £25 million in 5 years from pimping
its data to parking enforcement firms. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2855464/DVLA-pockets-25m-five-years-selling-personal-details-millions-motorists-parking-enforcement-firms.html
All part of the Government's digital enablement
programme for milking dumb plebs.
sales fall despite price cut. http://money.aol.co.uk/2014/12/01/petrol-sales-fall-despite-price-cut/
Oh, dear! Is The Coalition of Evil's plan to
wreck the Russian economy and sabotage Iraqi
and Syrian oil production, going to meet with
an untimely end?
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