down to see full list; previous
month's January 2016) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st February 2016
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
'The Government's buy-to-let tax changes mean
I will have to sell - or raise rents'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/personal-banking/mortgages/the-governments-buy-to-let-tax-changes-mean-i-will-have-to-sell/
nightmares you haven't considered.
call for faster UK broadband speeds.
Businesses have been making these calls for
so long now (and been ignored) that this really
forced to stop living in France and Spain if
of the Year 2016 is now open for entries.
of French farmers killing themselves every year.
That's long been the case (and British farmers
are also prone to high suicide rates), although
matters have worsened under the present socio-fascist
regime which prefers to spend taxpayers' money
on arse-lickin' American and Israeli terrorists,
war crimes, creating millions of refugees, trade
union thuggery and a black market economy of
5 million fonctionnaires who get paid not to
work. Still. More sanctions against Russia.
That will help. Or, with such huge casualties
resulting from French government 'terrorism',
will it start bombing itself? That might help,
Part Time Businesses You Can Start Today.
Ways to Drive More Traffic and Sales with Photo
Ways to Make Your Marketing More Visual with
Photo Marketing. http://onlinebusiness.about.com/od/SocialMediaMarketing/fl/5-Ways-to-Make-Your-Marketing-More-Visual-with-Photo-Marketing.htm?utm_content=20160228&utm_medium=email&utm_source=exp_nl&utm_campaign=list_onlinebusiness&utm_term=list_onlinebusiness
Reasons You Should Sell E-books Online.
designs guitar especially for the female body.
Think-tank calls for boost to older working
But the older population has already been
'boosted'. People are having to work beyond
65 now because they can't afford to retire.
And everyone's a 'silverpreneur', thus 'boosting'
the regime's bogus 'self-employed' statistics.
Brexit, Brussels pulls plug on kettles ban.
And where did this piece of media crap come
from? The regime propaganda's daily ISIS newsfeed?
eggs costing UK buyers up to 67 per cent more
A spending curve which seems to be commensurate
with the British consumer's declining intelligence
since the internet and dummyphones came along.
incompetent: How Britain gave up on DIY.
And once again . . . . . since the internet
and dummyphones came along.
heating app Hive which lets you control your
boiler from your phone is hit by glitch which
sends users' homes soaring to 32C. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3466982/Smart-heating-app-Hive-lets-control-boiler-phone-hit-glitch-sends-users-homes-soaring-32C.html
Yes, you can sell just about anything to
an English dummyphone dickhead.
much will you need to retire. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/26/how-much-will-you-need-to-retire/
Is this before, or after, the regime's plans
to thieve 50% of what you have put to one side
rules for landlords. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/27/the-fixer-new-rules-for-landlords/
means buy-to-let landlords could exploit Government
Starter Homes. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/loophole-means-buy-to-let-landlords-could-exploit-government-starter-homes-a6899056.html
system lets multiple users share audio wirelessly.
Like turning up the volume on my Quad amplifier?
showcase introduces businesses to new ideas.
Like an intelligent version of Dragons' Den?
Surge in contactless card payments. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35668277
Whether there actually has been such a significant
surge or not, what does seem clear is that contactless
payments will become a major tool for phasing
out cash. (And all the dumb plebs who ain't
got no cash go, "Ooooo. Awesome.")
on track for worst week since crisis as Brexit
fears bite. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/02/26/pound-on-track-for-worst-week-since-crisis-as-brexit-fears-bite/
of most popular mortgage deals to fall below
connection will cost £20,000, owners of
new homes are told. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/broadband-connection-will-cost-20000-owners-of-new-homes-are-tol/
credit card is best for customer service?
speech: Consumers and the digital single market.
Powerhouse councils failing local SMEs.
Seems like a fairly normal state of affairs.
And what a stupid name!
range cooker, a wine fridge and a record collection:
The belongings that reveal if your household
is affluent. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3465971/A-range-cooker-wine-fridge-record-collection-belongings-reveal-household-affluent.html
Before the internet, Margaret Thatcher and
American 'gurus' came along, anyone who lived
in a council house probably had an Aga (or a
Rayburn) and almost certainly, a record collection.
And people could afford to go to the pub and
didn't drink wine, so a wine fridge wasn't necessary.
(In fact, a wine cellar is far more 'cool'.)
Now, council plebs are all 'entrepreneurs' with
a crap internet connection and the country has
never had it so good!
your proper hours day: Research says Freelancers
give it away for free. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/work-your-proper-hours-day-research-says-freelancers-give-it-away-for-free/
Lots of professions used to give their time
for free - once. Before the Thatcher era and
'time is money' came along.
focus more on animal welfare. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/23320
Unless it's food imported via Israel from
stolen land and the 'animals' are Palestinians.
As sold by the majority of supermarkets.
UK businesses battling huge rise in cybercrime.
Linked mainly to online banking?
migration: six myths about immigration debunked
as latest figures show fall in non-EU arrivals.
farmer can't recruit local workers. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35657822
That's always been the case.
sold in supermarkets comes from animals raised
on GM feeds. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/23365
50s now more likely to vote for a Brexit than
to stay in the EU. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/over-50s-now-more-likely-to-vote-for-a-brexit-than-to-stay-in-the-eu/
Direct wins Best British Bank whilst RBS falls
to bottom of Customer Satisfaction table.
develops robot to waste telemarketers' time.
I got one of them! It's called 'a graduate'.
new ways to make money from your home.
Instagram became an essential tool for urban
I don't think there's a single gardener around
here who has even heard of Instagram. Perhaps
in the removed-from-reality-world of Israeli/American
says one can survive up to 55 years in a British
supermarket in the event of an apocalypse.
That's worth considering when you've just
been wiped out - and the nearest supermarket
is half a mile away. Mind
you, the principle is worth bearing in mind
if you're thinking about starting a home business
or becoming an entrepreneur in the UK. Before
you start up, stock the house with enough food
to last at least six months. Because you aren't
going to earn any money for that long - maybe
sells organic jeans for 15 euros.
What do they taste like, though?
10 New Fashion and Beauty Startups. http://www.springwise.com/top-10-new-fashion-and-beauty-startups/?utm_campaign=297572_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-24&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,6DLW,2V1FMX,JJMG,1
reality platform for nervous public speakers.
home control via facial recognition. http://www.springwise.com/smart-home-control-via-facial-recognition/?utm_campaign=297572_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-24&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,6DLW,2V1FMX,JJMG,1
finance assistant gets the best exchange rates.
suitcase uses e-tag to speed up bag drop.
banking app for the smartphone generation.
email help desk creates automatic replies.
strength coffee keeps coders awake. http://www.springwise.com/double-strength-coffee-keep-coders/?utm_campaign=296379_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-23&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,6COR,2V1FMX,JG1N,1
Banks report new year buy-to-let rush. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35648994
release. Business Secretary announces new business
broadband review. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/business-secretary-announces-new-business-broadband-review
Another one, eh? And what's happened to all
the others these past twenty years?
speech. Celebrating Britains inspirational
management firms take quarter of PPI payouts.
did not fine Google over 'disproportionately
small' £130million tax bill it paid 10
years late. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/12171633/Googles-130m-tax-deal-seems-disproportionately-small-Public-Accounts-Committee-says.html
Now there's a surprise! And what measures
are the Public Accounts Committee proposing
to ensure Google are fined now and that similar
breaches of incompetence and misconduct by HMRC
Government names new bosses at tax authority.
Appointments which have been described as
"Good news for big biz, bad news for ordinary
taxpayers". ANOTHER surprise . . .
to seek €1.6bn in back taxes from Google,
says official. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/feb/24/france-google-tax-avoidance-back-taxes
Hopefully, this will help to finance the
regime's disastrous foreign policy of crimes
against humanity while on the domestic front,
the country grinds almost to a standstill with
daily 'manifs' and 'greves'.
companies cause doctors to receive biased information
about drugs costing hundreds of thousands
of lives. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/pharmaceutical-companies-cause-doctors-to-receive-biased-information-about-drugs-costing-hundreds-of-a6893601.html
And of course, the French regime are not
only big mates with American and Israeli terrorists.
They are also on super-bent terms with Big Pharma.
'homelessness trap' with rental deposit guarantee
scheme, urges Crisis. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/24/tackle-homelessness-trap-with-rental-deposit-guarantee-scheme-urges-crisis/
'Saga louts' causing trouble in the Lake District.
Oh, PLEASE! 'Silverpreneurs' doncha know.
is how long it actually takes to pay off £1,000
of credit card debt. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/how-long-actually-takes-pay-7433901
can I tow? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/advice/what-can-i-tow/
using sex dolls as scarecrows to keep vermin
(and people) away from crops. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/farmers-using-sex-dolls-scarecrows-7392557
ways tech will change businesses in 2016.
to Become a Highly Paid Expert While Keeping
Your Day Job. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/New-and-Noteworthy/fl/How-to-Become-a-Highly-Paid-Expert-While-Keeping-Your-Day-Job.htm?utm_content=6134298&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Households' spending power 'recovering'.
The O.N.S. (Office for National Statistics)
having a larf again.
face up to old and new complaints. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35639574
is the pound falling and what does it mean for
households and businesses? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/02/23/why-is-the-pound-falling-and-what-does-it-mean-for-households-an/
BILLION people are now online. (Only
'after a fashion' in the UK.) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3458733/Global-Internet-population-grows-3-2-billion-study.html
Is that why everything is going from bad
business confidence in steepest drop since 2008.
'hunting Angela Merkel' effect; just as
the so-called Arab Spring, the manipulation
starts and ends in the U.S. http://www.voltairenet.org/article189972.html
end of the courier. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3459854/The-end-courier-Self-driving-ground-drone-takes-streets-London-make-drops-capital.html
of SMEs lose time & money by not using technology
to full potential. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/39603/
your wood burner KILL you? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3459843/Air-pollution-caused-wood-burners-linked-cancer-diabetes-asthma-contributing-deaths-40-000-people-year-Britain.html
Possibly. But it's nothing like as dangerous
as roads and cars, industrial pollution, smoking,
drinking, poor diets, a lack of exercise, being
old and broke - or being 'liberated' by the
Coalition of Evil.
the best breakdown cover for my car? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/advice/whats-the-best-breakdown-cover-for-my-car/
student made £30,000 selling old clothes
on eBay - how you can do it too. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/student-made-30000-selling-old-7424364
Pound hits lowest level against dollar since
2009 on Brexit fears. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35628733
Is this part of Ingerlandt's glorious Brexit
future, then? Mind you, once Boris (the American)
Buffoon decided to jump on the self-publicity
bandwagon, everything was bound to go tits up.
Which is also why the bookies are now making
him favourite to become Fagland Ingerlandt's
first US Prime Minister.
dispute resolution platform for consumers and
The European Commission has launched a new Online
Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform that will
enable consumers and traders to settle disputes
relating to both domestic and cross-border online
sales without going to court. ODR will use national
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) providers
that are connected to the platform. In the UK
this includes The Retail Ombudsman, The Property
Ombudsman and the Federation of Master Builders.
is part of the EU Directive on Alternative Dispute
Resolution for consumer disputes which came
into force in 2015. All online traders selling
goods, services and digital content to consumers
must provide a link to the ODR platform from
their website, in e-mails and in their Ts &
Cs. Although traders are not obliged to use
ADR unless it is compulsory in their industry,
they are required to provide notice of the ODR
more information about the ODR, go to: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-297_en.htm
in 10 English councils to use special new powers
to impose council tax hikes. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nine-in-10-english-councils-to-use-special-new-powers-to-impose-council-tax-hikes-a6889661.html
Day newspaper targets 'time-poor' readers.
Translation: a new 'read' for
Millennial super-morons who are finding The
Sun and Twatter too intellectually demanding.
trap European Commission rebrands untenable
ISDS with Investment Court System.
switching energy provider rose 15% in 2015.
announces new tool to check IR35 status.
HMRC has confirmed that an online Employment
Status Indicator (ESI) tool to test contractors'
and freelancers' IR35 status will be available
by spring 2016. The ESI tool will be anonymous
so contractors and freelancers will not be required
to submit any personal details which could be
used to identify them. Currently the ESI tool
is only available to employers and contractors
in the construction sector. The tool was confirmed
at an IR35 Forum meeting and is being introduced
to increase the number of contractors HMRC can
reach and support.
ten most controversial adverts revealed.
Habits of highly productive entrepreneurs.
social media analysis for local user engagement.
printed display makes maps for the blind.
robot helps out around the house. http://www.springwise.com/affordable-robot-helps-around-the-house/?utm_campaign=294714_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-22&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,6BEI,2V1FMX,JB2J,1
jacket shirt auto-inflates when users hit the
Stay in the EU, say British businesses. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12167426/Stay-in-the-EU-say-British-businesses.html
Arguably, less than 1% of 'British businesses',
actually. But, hey. This is Israeli/American
regime propaganda, after all.
guide to safety online: 'Entire banking system
is fundamentally flawed - you're giving access
to your cash'. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/meandmymoney/article-3456015/Hacker-s-guide-safety-online-inside-view-alarming-truth-surrounding-digital-security-protect-finances.html
Only what we have been saying for years.
Not that governments and the media are going
to go out of their way to upset a major source
of bungs and advertising revenue.
risks Paris-style attacks by staying in the
Not if British - and EU - war criminals are
put on trial for war crimes as soon as possible.
And anyway, has the French regime been threatening
the UK, then?
the 'Darth Vader of the literary world', is
crushing small publishers, former Downing St
adviser claims. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/amazon-the-darth-vader-of-the-literary-world-is-crushing-small-publishers-former-downing-st-adviser-a6888531.html
Made Good Awards: Cast your vote from the shortlist
of five restaurants. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/food-made-good-awards-cast-your-vote-from-the-shortlist-of-five-restaurants-a6887011.html
cassettes roll back into fashion. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3457561/Cassettes-role-fashion-Format-follows-vinyl-huge-boost-sales-acts-start-releasing-albums-tape.html
who talk on their mobile phones for an hour
a day 'are twice as likely to have low sperm
And I bet they do social media, take selfies
and use after-shave, as well. A stereotype generally
referred to as 'wankers'.
Inexpensive Business Ideas. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessideas/ss/15-Inexpensive-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=6124069&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
to Get Free Publicity for Your Business.
app provides three sides to every story.
material lights up near explosives. http://www.springwise.com/bomb-detecting-material-lights-near-explosives/?utm_campaign=292415_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-19&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,69MN,2V1FMX,J4D5,1
burial suit for sustainable deaths. http://www.springwise.com/mushroom-burial-suit-sustainable-deaths/?utm_campaign=292415_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-19&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,69MN,2V1FMX,J4D5,1
Relax Sunday trading laws to help shops, MPs
deal: Business groups cheer on Cameron's EU
Well. At least that's the regime propaganda
we do, shops tell us to be cheaper': the growing
crisis in Britain's farms. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/12164932/Whatever-we-do-shops-tell-us-to-be-cheaper-the-growing-crisis-in-Britains-farms.html
of dairy farms face closure as debts reach crisis
shut my accounts and told me to go - no explanation'.
fees scandal: 'Insurer tried to take 38pc of
my pension without telling me'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12148375/Exit-fees-scandal-Insurer-tried-to-take-38pc-of-my-pension-without-telling-me.html
your credit score been hit by hidden rule change?
cyber hack heralds return of the fax machine.
have continued to fax, almost without interruption,
since the internet's (deliberate) security flaws
first became glaringly evident.
air pollutants in our homes 'claim thousands
of lives'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/12166395/Secret-air-pollutants-in-our-homes-claim-thousands-of-lives.html
This is no more 'secret' than anything other
subject deliberately mis-reported, distorted
and ignored by the criminal media.
online shopping fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/20/scamwatch-online-shopping-fraud/
Waters: Pink Floyd star on why his fellow musicians
are terrified to speak out against Israel.
Supporters of Israeli terrorism have apparently
been boycotting and persecuting musicians who
dare to speak out. Isn't that 'anti-Semitic,
a threat to national security and community
cohesion', according to Ingerlandt's Nazi
war criminal regime? And is the regime going
to pass a law forbidding the existence of the
Semitic music industry?
Trump calls for Apple boycott. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/12166071/Donald-Trump-calls-for-Apple-boycott-over-encryption.html
Isn't that 'anti-Semitic, a threat to
national security and community cohesion'? And
will Ingerlandt's Nazi regime be passing a law
banning Donald Trump and anyone who boycotts
warns demand for designer dogs is fuelling
puppy farms. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/rscpa-warns-demand-for-designer-dogs-is-fuelling-puppy-farms-a6884006.html
To satisfy demand from worthless shite which
does social media, it seems.
UK retail sales soar as Brits splash their
cash on 'fun stuff'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12164941/UK-retail-sales-soar-as-Brits-splash-their-cash-on-fun-stuff.html
death tax: grieving families will be forced
to pay up to £20k. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12164010/Grieving-families-could-be-forced-to-pay-a-new-death-tax.html
SMEs tax bills set to rise by 64% over next
10 years. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/london-smes-tax-bills-set-to-rise-by-64-over-next-10-years/
giant Three to block online advertising.
prices to rise by 1p from end of March.
Union slam M&S for £29M contract to
Del Boy agency run from ex-council
cancels unwanted subscriptions. http://www.springwise.com/service-cancels-users-unwanted-subscriptions/?utm_campaign=290657_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-18&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,689T,2V1FMX,IYY5,1
of Customer Engagement in a Digital World.
boycott ban: Local councils should have the
right to refuse goods produced in Israeli settlements.
We have settlers of our own who need support.
British farmers and producers. And not some
far-off bunch of thieving murderers and terrorists.
Nearly a million more people are renting off
private landlords than when the present regime
took power. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nearly-million-more-people-renting-7394666
That be a nation of English 'entrepreneurs'
for you, that be.
Government's ban on boycotting Israel contradicts
its own advice on doing business with Israel.
Such trivia are scarcely going to bother
a regime of Nazi war criminals.
'unique' Brimstone missiles still haven't killed
any Isis fighters in Syria. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/britains-unique-brimstone-missiles-still-havent-killed-any-isis-fighters-in-syria-a6881716.html
The regime wouldn't want to face accusations
of 'friendly fire', would it now? And it's all
about the murder industry's profits, anyway.
Irrespective of who is - or isn't - in the crosshairs.
Defence (terrorism) a new priority
for Government, says BAE chief. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/12162303/Typhoon-fighters-give-a-boost-to-BAEs-results.html
you, the revenue generated by the murder industry
is absolute peanuts compared to the value of
the self-employed/small business sector. The
only trouble is, the self-employed and small
businesses don't vote for Nazis.
bans export of kosher and halal meat to 'minimise'
negative effects on animal welfare. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/netherlands-bans-export-of-kosher-and-halal-meat-to-minimise-negative-effects-on-animal-welfare-a6881406.html
That's very 'anti-Semitic, a threat to
the national security and community cohesion.'
Is Ingerlandt's regime going to pass a law now,
banning the import of tulips and Edam cheese?
tiny tweaks that can save you up to £4,000
a year. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/save-money-financial-habit-change-millennials-a6881751.html
cash withdrawals via app and ApplePay.
eyewear turns off devices. http://www.springwise.com/posture-correcting-frames-turns-off-devices/?utm_campaign=289389_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-17&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,67AL,2V1FMX,IVGR,1
concierge provides assistance in care homes.
gas pedal warns drivers when they are wasting
Pi hack tweets every time broadband level drops.
councils set to receive a record £23.5bn
from business rates. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/02/17/english-councils-set-to-receive-a-record-235bn-from-business-rates/
the High Street wasn't already dead, it soon
upbeat about finances as interest rate hike
expectations fade. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/17/households-upbeat-about-finances-as-interest-rate-hike-expectations-fade/
What's that saying about 'a fool and his money
. . '? Or in this case, a fool and not his money.
landlords in rush to borrow. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35603887
lending: everything you need to know about the
leading websites. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/savings/12150839/Peer-to-peer-lending-returns-risks-default-rates-and-protection-funds.html
commercial buildings in London could provide
420,000 homes for rent, think tank says.
Nice idea but the regime won't be investing
in this scheme; it prefers to back illegal Israeli
terrorist settlements, instead.
referendum: The business arguments for and against
UK membership. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/eu-referendum-the-business-arguments-for-and-against-uk-membership-a6881226.html
to sell your house for £100,000 more?
Tidy the garden and move your car.
should do community work or lose pension, peer
Many pensioners I know already perform a
great deal of voluntary work if only to help
combat loneliness and remain active. However,
I am sure the country's peers and retired politicians
will be foregoing their own fatcat pensions
to start leading by example: just as their grand-dads
did during the First World War. Sitting up in
a tree watching the slaughter through a pair
of binoculars. From three miles behind the trenches.
'entrepreneur' cannon-fodder to take note.
fears about complaining you should ignore.
electronic pickpocket. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3451307/The-electronic-pickpocket-Scammer-steals-hundreds-pounds-touching-victims-pockets-sales-device-transferring-cash-contactless-payment-credit-cards.html
owner bans all bankers because he was turned
down for a loan. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/restaurant-owner-bans-bankers-because-7388531
Seems reasonable to me. Who wants to be eating
at a table next to dross, anyway?
boycotts of Israel will protect Britain's national
security, Government says. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boycott-israel-ban-bds-illegal-british-government-tories-palestine-procurement-a6879421.html
Ministers are also worried that boycotts undermine
'community cohesion', it is claimed. Or,
pure bollox. Ingerlandt's Friends
of Israel regime might find a better start
to protecting national security and improving
'community cohesion' would be to temper
its own hate-preaching, Semitic propaganda which
targets everyone from Muslims to Asians, Russians
to Poles on a daily basis (http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/how-britains-propaganda-machine-controls-what-you-think/);
followed by the abatement of its sponsorship
of international terrorism and its own war crimes
against millions of defenceless civilians -
including its own boycotts, otherwise known
we could all plan to safely approach old and
new trading partners alike without murdering
drones and Nazi edicts hanging over our heads.
But . . . Boycotts are vital to democracy.
So thats why the Tories will ban them.
Coe: IAAF could ban Kenya from 2016 Olympics
in Rio. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/feb/18/sebastian-coe-iaaf-could-ban-rio-olympics-2016-wada
And what's that going to achieve, given the
history of doping at the Olympics? It would
be much more effective to ban the IOC, WADA
and all the other ersatz doping agencies, the
media - and Sebastian Coe.
isn't this suggestion anti-Semitic, a threat
to national security and undermining community
may pass a law on the 'right to disconnect'
from work emails at home. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/france-may-pass-a-law-on-right-to-disconnect-from-work-emails-at-home-a6878571.html
This follows on from common practice by the
French administration of ignoring emails
while supposedly at 'work'.
to survive working from home: 12 tips and tricks.
it's nurturing to pay your children to do household
'Pay'? What's this about 'pay'?
Banks shun over one million start-up entrepreneurs
looking for loans. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/banks-shun-over-one-million-entrepreneurs-looking-for-loans/
interest rates fuel boom in personal borrowing.
How to set up as a company to save tax, and
when it's worth it. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/12150052/Buy-to-let-How-to-set-up-as-a-company-to-save-tax-and-when-its-worth-it.html
business exports on the increase.
According to the latest Barclays' Business Abroad
Index, which tracks overseas payments made to
its business customers, there was a 6% rise
in total payments from European customers to
UK small firms during 2015, compared to 2014.
Of the top ten export destinations, the main
export market was Germany, with the second and
third most popular export markets being France
and the US. Inbound payments from France in
2015 increased by 19%, compared to 2014. The
Index has also revealed growth in exports from
2014 to 2015 from the retail sector (up 36%)
and the manufacturing sector (up 10%). (EnterpriseQuest)
traffic in retail stores declined in 2015.
of theft for retailers at record level.
According to the BRC's annual Retail Crime Survey,
the total cost of theft to the retail industry
for 2014/2015 was £613 million. This was
a 2% increase on the figures for 2013/2014 and
the highest level on record. The survey found
the average value of stolen goods to be £325
per incident, but despite this, the total number
of offences had dropped for the second year
in a row. Industry experts claim that criminals
are increasingly stealing to order from retailers.
Most of the retailers surveyed had also reported
an increase in the number of cases of fraud,
with a rise of 55%. (EnterpriseQuest)
culture that is threatening to ruin British
amateur sport could be worse than anyone realises.
'Anyone realises'? We've been saying it for
years. Mind you, our priority isn't filling
our space with Israeli/American propaganda,
either. And providing endless cover-ups for
food healthier than farmed products, says new
Another piece of ancestral common knowledge
which appears to have taken the country's media/propaganda
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Or, friends, family and local business networking
meetings might be a better choice. They will
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this personal assistant for timely reminders.
Budget 2016: Chancellor's avalanche of business
taxes has pushed UK to a 'tipping point', CBI
And not the EU? Nor ISIS? Nor the Ruskies?
Nor Muslims? Nor migrants? Now there's novel
boycott ban: public fury as shunning Israeli
goods to become criminal offence for public
bodies and student unions. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/israel-boycott-local-councils-public-bodies-and-student-unions-to-be-banned-from-shunning-israeli-a6874006.html
No surprises here from the country's Nazi
regime of Friends
of Israel led by war criminal David 'my
values are Jewish values' Cameron. (As not
reported by Ingerlandt's hate-preaching, pro-Israeli-American
problem is - as with many other countries -
that the UK regime has never lifted a finger
for the vast majority (99%) of the country's
business community. The focus of its whoring
politicians is concentrated entirely upon American
or Israeli (and personal) interests - and nothing
more than raping the taxpayer to achieve those
ends. A boycott ban is merely another way of
ensuring that British small business interests
continue to take a distant back seat, as large
procurers will always take the 'safe' option
and choose 'Israeli Terrorist', rather than
'Buy British' or 'Buy Local' and having to risk
defending their right of choice in a court.
(And probabaly a 'Friends of Israel' kangaroo
court at that.)
upon a time, before hiding behind 'patriotism'
to justify crimes against humanity had become
the fashion, these would have been grounds to
line up the entire government in front of a
wall to be shot for treason.
all we can resort to today is the simple request
(not enshrined in law) that Wankminster's fags
and slags simply fu*k off to Israel and the
US if they can't put the interests of their
own country, citizens and businesses before
those of a bunch of grasping, paedo-terrorists.
reveals levels of self-employed in debt.
Debt advice provider Payplan has published research
which indicates that self-employed people are
likely to have more personal debt than those
who are employed. The research reveals that,
on average, self-employed people under the age
of 65 have 36.4% more personal debt than employed
people. The findings also reveal that almost
one third of those that become self-employed
do so before the age of 35, despite the risk
of debts. Additionally, more than 50% of those
who are self-employed seriously worry about
their personal finances either often, or all
of the time, regardless of whether they have
existing personal debt.
Clack, Money Advice Consultant at Payplan, said:
"The results show that, financially,
self-employed people are even more at risk,
and thousands may already be struggling without
admitting it to anyone."
SMEs using courts to pursue more debts than
ever before. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/uk-smes-using-courts-to-pursue-more-debts-than-ever-before/
backed flower vendor saw record breaking Valentines
A propaganda story about a solitary regime
'start-up loan' business which had a good day.
And how are the rest of the country's 5 MILLION
businesses getting on?
asking prices hit all-time high of £299,287.
asking. And there's getting.
to Buy has boosted housing market confidence,
says Government. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/15/help-to-buy-has-boosted-housing-market-confidence-says-government/
More propaganda from a regime of war criminals.
'needlessly' forcing elderly to sell homes to
pay for care. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/longtermcare/12140072/Councils-needlessly-forcing-elderly-to-sell-homes-to-pay-for-care.html
If councils stopped doing 'needless' things
there would be an extra half a million parasites
on the dole overnight. Can't be having it -
especially as most of them voted for the present,
minority Nazi regime.
(War criminal) Foreign Secretary
warns that EU will punish Britain for leaving.
Bearing in mind that that is precisely the
fate which befell Iraq, Libya and Syria (and
the Arab Spring countries) because they wanted
to remain independent from EU/American imperialism,
I'm sure that on this occasion, the Foreign
Secretary is telling it as it is. Even if that
is at the behest of his US superiors.
Letters: International meddlers should stay
out of the debate. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/letters/12156778/Letters-International-interference-in-the-EU-debate-reeks-of-hypocrisy.html
Like the UK's war criminal, Nazi regime and
its illegal, migrant terrorists sticking their
meddling snouts into the business of Yugoslavia;
Afghanistan; Iraq; Libya; the Yemen; Syria;
Palestine; the Ukraine; etc. etc?
release: Research and analysis. Income
of the self-employed. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/income-of-the-self-employed
release: Research and analysis. Understanding
release: Independent report. Self-employment
Home Business Ideas for Creative People.
to Start a Home-Based Business That Will Succeed.
Checklist for Setting Up Your Home Office.
Self-employed 'need more support'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35572817
Yet another facile regime review stating
the obvious - although it comes as no surprise
that earlier 'gurus' didn't even manage to come
thus far with their findings.
face 'retirement crisis' over pensions tax raid.
Google, bank and murder industry employees
will be OK, though.
the rich and elderly will own homes within a
decade, think-tank warns. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/news/12155466/Only-the-rich-and-elderly-will-own-homes-within-a-decade-thinktank-warns.html
Google, bank and murder industry employees
will be OK, though.
Osborne's buy-to-let raid risks damaging UK
And not the Ruskies, ISIS (or whatever),
migrants, nor the EU? It seems the only common
factor when it comes to jeopardising the nation's
economy (and security) is - the war criminal,
George Osborne. And his regime of lying, thieving,
use this crisis to ban cash and banknotes.
I'm sure the regime, the banks, American
Big Corp and their propaganda will be able to
invent a fresh 'crisis' to justify a ban on
cash and banknotes.
thrive but construction slumps as output is
still 4% below its 2008 levels. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-3445375/Builders-thrive-construction-slumps-output-4-2008-levels.html
details of 100,000 Britons for sale on internet.
to Find a Wholesale Distributor.
Things That All Successful Entrepreneurs Do.
UK growth to take a hit as builders and factories
of UK retail spending made with plastic, figures
launches campaign to improve banks.
The only measure which will improve the banks
is to bring back hanging.
need £1,000 a month from my £400,000
pot - how can I do it?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/12152656/I-need-1000-a-month-from-my-400000-pot-how-can-I-do-it.html
your iPhone settings to this date will kill
I'd have thought a quick tap with a hammer
would have been quicker and more efficient?
a sex worker, I'll be protesting this Valentine's
Day - and thinking of my daughter back home
in Hungary. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/as-a-sex-worker-ill-be-protesting-this-valentines-day-and-thinking-of-my-daughter-back-home-in-a6870436.html
Connections: Hubbub launches Facebook community
project to help fuel-poverty hotspots.
entry system creates a new code for each Airbnb
toy app introduces children to the sharing economy.
heats food with smartphones, so diners cant
use them. http://www.springwise.com/table-uses-phones-heat-food-diners-cant-use&/?dm_i=3GJ2,63TD,2V1FMX,II11,1#8217;t|use|them|Food+%26amp%3B+Beverage|Marketing+%26amp%3B+Advertising|Style+%26amp%3B+Design
clothes-sharing via Instagram comments.
doll helps children understand illnesses.
UKs digital industries growing 32pc faster
than wider economy. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/uks-digital-industries-growing-32pc-faster-than-wider-economy/
If that's really true, then it's one
hell of an indictment of the performance of
the rest of industry. (War criminal) David Cameron
has hailed Britains technology sector
as extraordinary, apparently.
So, just once, will we be seeing taxpayers'
money diverted away from subsidising the murder
industry (and banking) into a sector which benefits
the UK economy at large?
not just tax. Google is draining artists dry,
boss admits he does not know his own salary
as MPs grill executives. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/12151599/Watch-live-MPs-question-Google-bosses-over-UK-tax.html
It's not Google executives who should be
grilled - but the Chancellor and Ingerlandt's
entire, fagging, war criminal regime. Google
are only doing what they are being allowed to
market 'is turning drug dealers from goons to
cracks down on cold callers with a breakthrough
service to divert 25 million nuisance calls
a week to a junk voicemail inbox. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-3442025/BT-cracks-cold-callers-free-service-divert-25million-nuisance-calls-week-junk-voicemail-inbox.html
I turned my backpacking trip into a business
spanning Europe and got a £50m cash injection
all by the age of 32' - the start-up story of
and Amazon probed over fake reviews.
orders fleet to deploy in Aegean Sea 'to help
end Europe's refugee crisis'. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/nato-orders-fleet-to-deploy-in-aegean-sea-to-help-end-europes-refugee-crisis-a6867076.html
Every time small, independent entrepreneurs
try to make a few bob, the Americans come along
and queer everyone's patch. Though it's clearly
OK to murder the next half-a-million refugees
they've created, instead.
I quit my smartphone addiction and really started
working key to start-up success.
Couldn't agree more. It's been conventional
wisdom for thousands of years. Until the internet
and fake social media (for dummies) arrived
on the scene.
of renting equipment. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/benefits-of-renting-equipment/
the right balance in digital marketing.
computing: Getting up & running as a start
Community: ways to boost your phone battery's
and Cons of Becoming a Franchisee.
to Buy a Business, Not a Lemon. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/cs/buysellabiz/a/buybusinessstep.htm?utm_content=6071643&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Startup Costs. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/a/startupcosts.htm?utm_content=6071578&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Buy-to-let surge 'raising house prices'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35540513
Translation: estate agents are using a bit
of scaremongering to raise house asking prices.
becoming more sophisticated, May warns as she
launches new taskforce. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/10/fraudsters-becoming-more-sophisticated-may-warns-as-she-launches-new-taskforce/
A taskforce made up of the same dickheads
who have allowed fraudsters to become more sophisticated?
face ban on 'special offers' that cost shoppers
£1,000 a year. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/household-bills/12151067/Supermarkets-face-ban-on-special-offers-that-cost-shoppers-1000-a-year.html
'fail to spot cheapest deals'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35539416
Probably because they shop while peering
at a plastic codpiece all the time?
fall to spark a rush of moving money home from
abroad: here's how to do it. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/11986097/Transferring-money-abroad-Ultimate-guide-to-currency-exchange-options.html
Only six months late to be giving this kind
of advice, isn't it? After the daily swathes
of regime propaganda which have pulled the wool
over the public's eyes over the state of the
fails to add new users in last quarter of 2015.
Running out of fresh morons, is it?
scams on the rise: 'A fraudster conned me out
of thousands'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/12148131/Dating-scams-on-the-rise-A-fraudster-conned-me-out-of-thousands.html
You don't need to fall for a dating scam
to be conned out of thousands; the regime and
its taxman will do.
your money safe online? 16 ways to make sure.
16 ways of guarding the highest ever recorded
levels of personal debt because of the regime's
and the banking industry's criminal incompetence?
Once upon a time, when people actually had some
money, it used to be as simple as a biscuit
tin under the mattress and a shotgun. In fact,
even the shotgun wasn't strictly necessary.
MP admits he has moved back into his parent's
home to save up for a deposit. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/12150280/Tory-MP-admits-he-has-moved-back-into-his-parents-home-to-save-up-for-a-deposit.html
Does that mean the regime's recently-announced
Help To Buy ISA (propaganda) isn't going to
cut the mustard? Perhaps our MP should get a
set for inheritance shock. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/10/40-somethings-set-for-inheritance-shock/
Once again, regime propaganda is only twenty
years behind the times.
pubs could close if drink drive limit is lowered.
for sex' - Entrepreneurs set up KinkBNB for
lovers to book guiltless sexcapades. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12148916/airbnb-for-sex-kinkbnb-sexcapade.html
How on earth did all those generations of
old farts manage to have a discreet bit on the
side before the internet came along, I wonder?
Still, it's all business, I suppose.
the womble claiming £200 a week from receipts
you dropped in the supermarket. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/meet-womble-claiming-200-week-7346907
That was £200 a week. But now that
the taxman knows, it'll be just £96 a
week after deductions towards Google's corporate
approves deal for UK anti-doping to take charge
of drug-testing in Russia. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/feb/10/wada-uk-anti-doping-russia-drug-testing
That'll guarantee the corrupt, cheating,
doping status quo.
pulls out of IAAF sponsorship deal over public-image
Hot on the heels of Adidas' withdrawal of
sponsorship, this is the only kind of reaction
which will, realistically, have any impact on
sports conduct. The problem remains the major
American sponsors, who, coming from a culture
of cheating and corruption, are unlikely to
view the problem with the same degree off sensitivity
as their European counterparts - despite all
the orchestrated bullshit surrounding Lance
Armstrong's relatively minor transgressions.
New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach,
May 4 2016 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. http://www.openforumevents.co.uk/event/a-new-strategy-for-sport-a-change-of-approach-2/
Do's and Don'ts for Your Elevator Pitch.
UK goods trade gap biggest on record. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35530340
That's the problem with imposing sanctions
on trading partners. It's often more than a
double-edged sword. (Vlad 'The Bad' will be
the meantime, perhaps the country's Brexit fans
can come up with some ideas on who to export
to when you've literally killed off 25% of your
shoppers cast off January blues with return
to the high street. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/39355/
five per cent of Britains shops have been
empty for more than three years. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/nearly-five-per-cent-of-britains-shops-have-been-empty-for-more-than-three-years/
prices falling in record pace since 2014.
Obviously keeping pace with the country's
declining spending power.
of England poised to act if household debt spirals.
House Price Crash 2016 Predictions Mount.
offers London black cab 'olive branch'.
cabbies reject free Uber offer. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35533210
lenders hit by changing views, Church says.
It's a pity the Church hasn't been more outspoken
in its criticism of the banking industry in
general which has been doing far greater harm
to individuals and businesses for hundreds of
years, than the much more recent trend of payday
lending. Still, we mustn't expect too much of
an institution which gives spiritual succour,
financial backing and verbal support to war
criminals, mass murders, terrorists and torturers.
surge in current account fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/09/warning-huge-surge-in-current-account-fraud/
As aided and abetted by the banking industry,
its assorted watchdogs and present regime.
large sums in your current account? Beware 'smishing'
scam that saw one Santander customer lose £23k
(and the bank won't refund his cash). http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/saving/article-3438512/Beware-smishing-scam-saw-one-Santander-customer-lose-23k.html
million people registered for Paym mobile service.
No shortage of mugs for more 'smishing' scams
(and online fraud), then?
best and worst places in the country for broadband.
lottery' over energy prices. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35531618
up your home without burning your money.
car insurance myths busted. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/advice/10-car-insurance-myths-busted/
sell meat products that contains no meat.
demands Facebook stop tracking non-users.
Tracking is the responsibility of the French
state, after all.
scans wine menu for reviews and recommendations.
Bangladesh, startup provides rural health care
through tablets. http://www.springwise.com/bangladesh-startup-rural-health-care-tablets/?utm_campaign=280202_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-09&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,607E,2V1FMX,I5NP,1
plugin clicks on every online ad. http://www.springwise.com/obfuscation-plugin-clicks-every-online-ad/?utm_campaign=280202_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-09&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,607E,2V1FMX,I5NP,1
printed garment changes shape when looked at.
platform fronts revenues on pending invoices.
European rail booking platform. https://www.captaintrain.com/en
Ban £50 notes to tackle crime, ex-bank
chief says. (BBC version.) http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35519884
'The high-denomination notes are favoured by
terrorists, drug lords and tax evaders',
claims the report; aka the British Nazi regime
and its mates.
£50 notes to stop plumbers and builders
avoiding tax, urges government adviser.
(British regime/American/Israeli Nazi propaganda
could also be suggested is what the French introduced
not long ago - a cash ceiling of 1000 euros
on purchases. Or the Danes, who banned cash
then, the Danes have taken to robbing refugees
to get their hands on some shekels. And the
French continue to whine for more subs from
the EU as always - while the whole country is
on perpetual strike complaining about not being
able to make ends meet.
both the French and the Danes are supporters
of American/Israeli terrorism.
Corbyn wants local councils to be public
(Falls off perch, laughing hysterically.)
this the best time to bag a property bargain?
reasons why I'm looking forward to the house
price crash. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/10-reasons-why-im-looking-forward-to-the-house-price-crash/
data protection self-assessment tool. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2016/01/ico-launches-new-data-protection-self-assessment-tool-for-smes/
The ICO has launched a self-assessment tool
to help small business owners assess their compliance
with the Data Protection Act. The assessment
covers the key obligations that small firms
have when processing their customers' personal
information, as well as providing links to relevant
guidance. The new toolkit can be completed as
one comprehensive assessment or it can be accessed
as separate checklists so users can adapt it
to their individual business needs.
business just collapsed - the truths that entrepreneurs
never tell you about failure. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/work/the-truths-about-failure-that-every-entrepreneur-needs-to-embrac/
There is no shortage of business people (aka
'entrepreneurs) who will tell you about their
failures if anyone cares to get out more and
rub shoulders with reality - and not just anonymous,
pretend-entrepreneurs on social media and in
regime press releases.
in translation: hilarious mistranslated Chinese
Scarcely 'hilarious' - but understandable.
Google Translate is seriously piss-poor - unless
you already have a good working knowledge of
the language you are trying to translate. Unlike
grotesqueley overpaid Inglisch propaganda hacks
relying on dumb American spellcheckers because
they are too lazy and too stupid to demonstrate
an adequate grasp of their own langwidge.
neighbours, landlords selling up, and flooding
risks: property news. http://www.independent.co.uk/property/house-and-home/property/nuisance-neighbours-landlords-selling-up-and-flooding-risks-property-news-a6855441.html
social housing tenants 'will be unable to afford
market rents'. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/06/many-social-housing-tenants-will-be-unable-to-afford-market-rents-1/
Many landlords see this as a bigger problem
than a hike in stamp duty.
Osborne's 'tenant tax' could force thousands
of families out of council homes.
The 'businesses in a box' of tomorrow. Cardboard
boxes under flyovers.
criminals are hijacking peoples online
tax returns to claim bogus refunds: HMRC admits
fraudsters made 17,000 attempts to steal more
than £96 million. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3435868/Cyber-criminals-hijacking-people-s-online-tax-returns-claim-bogus-refunds.html
There's an interesting take on the Google
sold potentially lethal home-made bleach to
parents after it was promoted as a cure for
Seems a likely bedfellow for Ingerlandt's
latest export drive currently making a name
for itself - the Zika Virus (together with the
Americans, natch). http://truepublica.org.uk/global/3516/
should help answer the critics that claim all
Ingerlandt manufactures these days, are bombs.
best chef' who commit suicide was 'victim of
£1m wine scam'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/switzerland/12145134/Worlds-best-chef-who-commit-suicide-was-victim-of-huge-wine-scam.html
Perhaps not the world's best chef; I know
lots of people even in the trade, who haven't
heard of him. The accolade was only conferred
by the French, after all. So perhaps it comes
as no surprise he also fell for a wine scam.
return of the dogs of war: what's it like to
be a soldier for hire? http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/feb/06/the-return-of-the-dogs-of-war-whats-it-like-to-be-a-soldier-for-hire
Just slightly higher on the social scale
than a politician for hire.
media 'most right-wing' in Europe.
'Right wing'? Criminal, hate-preaching Nazi
propaganda, surely? It wouldn't be so bad if
they published in the country's interests, either.
But all they do is upload American and Israeli
shite all the time, liberally interspersed with
daily micro-celebrity crap and and a thousand
insights into the nation's official sport of
cheating, doping and corruption. (Although American
sports of doping, cheating and corruption are
becoming increasingly reported, as well.)
advice from female Entrepreneurs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/business-advice-from-female-entrepreneurs/
Longest-ever 0% debt-busting credit cards launched.
our family home will cost £7,500 extra
thanks to tax aimed at tycoons'.
expat workers flooding home as Australia's mining
boom turns to dust. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/mining/12142813/Australias-mining-boom-turns-to-dust-as-commodity-prices-collapse.html
That will be another 250,000 migrant entrepreneurs
the regime will be adding to its stats then.
Google tax row rages, Osborne jets to the Super
Bowl sponsored by, er, Google.
vegetables to feed a family of four for a week
for £3.50? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-3435010/Asda-starts-selling-wonky-veg-boxes-128-stores.html
VERY smart phone: How we will soon have an app
to translate conversations in real time leading
to the end of the language barrier.
That's going to take a quantum leap over
what is currently on offer, such as Google Translate.
Not that the average user will be able to tell
the difference, though. Finding
someone with a dummyphone who can speak their
own language these days would already constitute
Low Cost Business Ideas You Can Launch This
Ways to Use Your Skills to Start a Side Business.
Business Plan. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessplans/a/quickbizplan.htm?utm_content=6028227&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
is an online MBA and should you study for one?
Buy-to-let investors beware: two major rule
changes could destroy your investment. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/05/buy-to-let-investors-beware-two-major-rule-changes-could-destro/
new Facebook fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/05/scamwatch-new-facebook-fraud/
makes a fortune selling bottled British air
to the Chinese for £80 a pop. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12142653/Businessman-makes-a-fortune-selling-bottled-British-air-to-the-Chinese-for-80-a-pop.html
100k house: tricks of the trade. http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/home-garden/interiors/design-news/the-100k-house-tricks-of-the-trade-big-home-renovation-ideas-on-micro-budgets-a98881.html
Top 10 Ways to Lose Customers. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/customerservice/ss/The-Top-10-Ways-to-Lose-Customers.htm?utm_content=6028191&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Types of Customers No Business Can Afford to
app gives stranded drivers a boost. http://www.springwise.com/on-demand-app-gives-stranded-drivers-boost/?utm_campaign=274620_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-04&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,5VWC,2V1FMX,HQ53,1
podcast platform offers dynamic advertising.
alternative is cheaper, stronger and quicker
to install. http://www.springwise.com/cement-alternative-cheaper-stronger-quicker-install/?utm_campaign=274620_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-04&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,5VWC,2V1FMX,HQ53,1
cocktail spouts train amateur mixicologists.
What to do if youve missed the self-assessment
tax return deadline. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/what-to-do-if-youve-missed-the-self-assessment-deadline/
prices rise at fastest rate since July 2014
- but supply is choking. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/house-prices/12139739/House-prices-still-on-the-up-as-supply-remains-sluggish.html
press release. Syria conference: (War
Sajid Javid to lead UK Business Task Force.
This is where Big Corp is given the earnings
opportunity of rebuilding a country which Ingerlandt's
(and other Coalition of Evil) Nazi regimes have
been bombing and destroying for the past few
years. With local, Syrian businesses driven
out together with 5 million other refugees,
Ingerlandt's (and the EU's) corporate economic
migrants should see very little opposition to
making a further quick killing or two.
independent members from 99% of the UK's business
community are not eligible for the UK Business
Task Force because they do not belong to Friends
of Israel, bribe corrupt politicians or contribute
to regime propaganda.)
international aid pledge to tackle Syrian refugee
Taxpayers' hard-earned which will all go
into the pockets of - guess? (Read above for
a clue if necessary.)
would-be home-owners open Help to Buy Isa, says
George Osborne. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/04/250000-wouldbe-homeowners-open-help-to-buy-isa-says-george-osborne/
At least that's helped slow down the hundreds
of thousands of ISAs being closed because of
piss-poor interest rates. As for helping to
buy a home . . . well, dream on.
DIY skills are dying out in men.
'Men'? I thought they began dying out too
when dummyphones, social media and above all,
selfies came along?
tips for making sure youre ready to set
up your own business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/five-tips-for-making-sure-youre-ready-to-set-up-your-own-business/
businesses can get ahead with mobile social
supermarkets arrive in France. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/22790
Whether or not this idea will fit in with
the general French philosophy of 'Moi, et moi,
et moi et moi et moi,' remains to be seen. Co-operative
ventures have had very little success in the
country so far because they entail work.
law forbids food waste by supermarkets.
A bit of decent news for a change - conspicuously
absent from the pages of the UK's Nazi propaganda.
anticipates saffron sales will soar after lifting
of sanctions. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/04/iran-saffron-sales-lifting-sanctions
My friendly, local saffron grower tells me
that demand for saffron will always outstrip
supply. Let's hope so for all the small, home-based,
producers who have popped up around Europe in
their hundreds in recent years.
reasons you might need an accountant. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/taxaccounting/a/do-i-need-an-accountant.htm?utm_content=6028177&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
UK services sector maintains growth. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35481011
Wasn't it at about the same time as the 'services
sector' arrived on the scene that the 'Great'
dropped out of Great Britain?
Sunday trading powers handed to councils.
investors 'to sell 500,000 properties' as confidence
wined and dined by arms trade hours after MPs
demand ban on selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
What else are the regime's war criminals
supposed to do? Support the massive 99% majority
of the country's small businesses and self-employed,
loses 101,000 customers after hack. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/02/02/talktalk-loses-101000-customers-after-hack/
you need a separate bank account for your online
shopping: That's police advice as 1,000 people
a day are hit by fraud. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/article-3429008/Now-need-separate-bank-account-online-shopping-s-police-advice-1-000-people-day-hit-fraud.html
goes after childminders. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3429180/Now-taxman-goes-childminders-HMRC-sends-thousands-letters-demanding-information-work-nannies-claim-tax-credits.html
Small businessman who told Osborne truth
on tax: He calls for Google and other web giants
to face the same rules and says HMRC staff 'lack
manners and respect'. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3429287/Small-businessman-told-Osborne-truth-tax-calls-web-giants-face-rules-says-HMRC-staff-lack-manners-respect.html
And do Ingerlandt's hate-preaching, criminal
media have any plans for telling the truth about
their tax affairs any time soon?
free things to do around the world. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/12135720/53-free-things-to-do-around-the-world.html
And nowhere that's been 'liberated' by the
Coalition of Evil?
in Trowbridge pub 'ran up man's leg and stole
for Mumbais slum entrepreneurs. http://www.springwise.com/design-museum-mumbais-makers&/?dm_i=3GJ2,5URT,2V1FMX,HM2C,1#8217;s|slum|entrepreneurs|Eco+%26amp%3B+Sustainability|Marketing+%26amp%3B+Advertising|Non-profit%2C+Social+cause
search engine removes the most popular sites.
platform visualizes government data for entrepreneurs.
personalized, and optimized outreach emails.
Business confidence falls as pace of growth
Slowed AGAIN, has it? Just one more 'slowing'
and businesses will be falling over with rigor
broadband suffers major outage across UK. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/02/02/bt-broadband-suffers-major-outage-across-uk/
Just another day at the office . . .
working to fix nationwide broadband issues.
I didn't think there were any larfs left
in the BT broadband shaggy dog joke. So when
are the long-suffering British public going
to get their money back for being conned for
more than twenty years?
Press release. High streets and city centres
to benefit from Sunday trading devolution:
lines up state assets for privatisation.
The country is obviously going from strength
to strength. Ingerlandt has sold off far more
taxpayers' assets than this and then claimed
to be enjoying an economic boom! For the past
and US clinch data-transfer deal to replace
Safe Harbour. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35471851
'Welcomed by British business'? What British
business? It's nothing more than the
next step towards Europe becoming a vassal state
of America. (Fagland Ingerlandt already being
a US county.)
secret UK-Eurotunnel tribunal reveals something
disturbing about refugees and TTIP.
proposes ban on blackberry picking.
you, there can't be that many people left in
Ingerlandt who know what blackberry picking
is. Unless it's collecting a little plastic
punnet of sour, half-ripe water and chemicals
from the aisles at Sainsburys.
the 16 smartest start-up businesses to launch
in 2016. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/yourbusiness/12136396/Revealed-the-16-smartest-start-up-businesses-to-launch-in-2016.html
Almost nothing new here. No shares. No comments.
As usual. I'm surprised none of the construction
trades get a look-in, though. Perhaps, being
in the real world, they are just making too
much money to spread the word.
dominatrix' charges men £1,000 to be walked
like a dog on lead through streets.
Now there's a 'proper' business start-up
for you. Minimal outlay. (Dog collar and lead
plus a second-hand pair of lederhosen from eBay.)
No premises - just the local streets. Plenty
of customers, too. (Not restricted to Nazi politicians,
apparently.) Highly lucrative. What
more could you want?
smart, self-installing car safety seat.
. . . which has been prompted by multi-tasking,
dummyphone zombie parents who can't fix a safety
seat while talking, fummin' and looking at another
piece of plastic at the same time.
can store sunlight and release it later as heat.
Yeah. Our verandah was built on one over
fifty years ago. It's called a 'heat sink'.
delivers birth control pills on-demand.
the word 'no' which seemed to suffice, once.
Before the internet came along.
Taxpayers turn to online returns, says HMRC.
I believe the idea is that taxpayers
aren't going to be given a choice in how they
file their returns.
lost because watchdogs 'did nothing.
One of the professionally delinquent 'watchdogs'
included the HMRC. Aren't we surprised.
reports a 24% jump in quarterly profits amid
The 're-vamp' clearly not including the provision
of a viable, national broadband service.
to call for checks on bank power over SMEs.
More political posing.
reveals small business owners' attitudes to
A survey of 1,500 small business owners, carried
out by Aviva, has revealed mixed attitudes towards
cybercrime. Four in ten respondents did not
believe they were at risk from cybercrime, and
nearly two thirds did not know or were unsure
about how they would react to an attack. However,
more than one in three small business owners
surveyed had experienced a cyberattack, and
three quarters of these respondents estimated
that it had cost them up to £1,000 to
remedy. Commenting on the findings, Angus Eaton,
Managing Director of Commercial Lines at Aviva,
warned small business owners that it was a mistake
to think criminals would only target big business.
there's the widely-held view that most cyber-criminals
are 'big business' anyway.
million wouldn't last a month if they lost their
No, but at least they will be tomorrow's
'self-employed entrepreneurs' without a job.
hit by pension trap can go to Job Centre and
claim benefits, minister says. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12134718/Women-hit-by-pension-trap-can-go-to-Job-Centre-and-claim-benefits-minister-says.html
'Such as a business start-up loan at a 6%
interest rate,' added the minister.
cold homes, ministers told. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35459447
businesses handed taxpayer cash to install energy-saving
press release. Ministers call on construction
industry to invest and build home grown talent.
Construction skills shortages are a pretty
universal problem these days. Viewed through
the dumb, idle eyes of the media, the whole
world revolves around the iPhone and every youngster
interviewed wants to be a total waster, either
winning a tasteless talent show or working for
the video game industry. While they continue
to languish on the dole, the increasingly rare
breed of roofers are tanning themselves while
taking home more money than brain surgeons.
(Not that being a brain surgeon is a particularly
demanding job these days. Especially since Arsebook
and Twatter came along.)
as business trip man 'deported from US because
of skin colour'. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-35398937
'Yeller' is the colour currently favoured
by the US regime, it seems.
British landmarks renamed to cater for Chinese
The move is also designed to help Ingerlandt's
educationally challenged politicians who would
normally fail a nationality test and thus risk
deportation, from undue daily embarrassment.
one million investors lose £5.3bn in massive
China Ponzi scam. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/china-business/12133514/Almost-one-million-investors-lose-5.3bn-in-massive-China-Ponzi-scam.html
In the UK meanwhile, 30 million taxpayers
get shafted by the Ponzi regime for a £25
billion public asset sell-off in the last year
best 20 bakeries. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/britains-best-bakeries/
Words You Need to Eliminate if You Want to Be
7 Myths About Starting a Small Business.
'For Canada', it says. But this reality check
is equally applicable to most parts of the world.
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a
Small Business. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/cs/startup/a/startownbiz.htm?utm_content=5992937&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Business Secretary (and war criminal):
Google tax deal was not a 'glorious moment'.
Nor was Ingerlandt's fags for American/Israeli
terrorism voting to continue murdering the Syrian
civilian population. (And the Iraqi; Afghan:
Yemeni; Libyan; Palestinian; etc.)
growth 'slowest since 2013', says CBI.
Backing US/Israeli terrorism clearly isn't
as profitable as it used to be, in that case
(with the US economy contracting as well.) Especially
since the Ruskies began bombing the Coalition
of Evil's ISIS allies and imposing sanctions.
tax: 'HMRC wants a direct link to everyone's
bank accounts'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12128902/Digital-tax-HMRC-wants-a-direct-link-to-everyones-bank-accounts.html
I'm sure they do. Bunch of stalag gatekeepers.
checks 25% down despite horsemeat crisis.
Just limbering up for TTIP and human
doubled my yield through letting ex-council
banks everyone's ditching and where they're
up an internationl payments account. http://mon-conso-one.fr/miroir/email.php?eid=64880&ehash=5dc5e&mid=22488964210&sid=49232975&hash=2f56e
Traits You Need to Be Self-Employed. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/startup/a/beselfemployed.htm?utm_content=5954584&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=
4 Most Difficult Stages of Becoming an Entrepreneur.
micropayments support users favorite sites.
life jackets turned into warm mattresses.
serve up ethnic cuisine delivery service.
Signs You Should Own a Restaurant. http://restaurants.about.com/od/beforeyouopen/a/10-Signs-You-Should-Own-A-Restaurant.htm?utm_content=5992815&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Major Food and Drink Trends For 2016. http://foodbeverage.about.com/od/Whats_Hot/fl/2016-Food-and-Drink-Trends-Focus-On-Health-For-Humans-amp-the-Earth.htm?utm_content=5992815&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Two Main Problems of Starting a Small Business.
it's like to be a professional Lego builder.
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