down to see full list; previous
month's December 2015) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st January 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
Online self-assessment tax return deadline looms.
pension rules stop me saving - aged 49'.
Just one of the realities of trying to be
a successful entrepreneur in Engerlandt.
Iranians could rescue London's luxury property
Is this before - or after - they get bombed
by the Coalition of Evil?
row giant Google is PAID by the government to
collect OUR tax with HMRC. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tax-row-giant-google-paid-7279043
Is this a promising sign for the country's
'5 million' self-employed, unpaid tax collectors?
Google signs lucrative deal with HMRC what are
the 6 key questions? http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/google-signs-lucrative-deal-hmrc-7279266
Home Business Ideas. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/homebusinessprofiles/a/75-Home-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=5992869&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Your Home Business without Going Into Debt.
Ways to Make Some Extra Money on the Side.
UK consumer confidence continues to remain high.
In other words, consumers continue to spend
money they haven't got.
defends mobile tariff 'price hike'. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35441452
are hoarding up to £13 billion worth of
phones at home - how to ditch your handset for
maximum cash. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/brits-hoarding-up-13-billion-7269382
drivers 'should get harsher punishment for using
phone at wheel. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3423705/Business-drivers-harsher-punishment-using-phone-wheel-Police-chief-s-plan-sparks-fears-two-tier-justice.html
online banking is 'attacked'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35438159
Things That All Successful Entrepreneurs Do.
Buy-to-let warning: Immigration checks apply
from February 1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/12124995/Buy-to-let-warning-Immigration-checks-apply-from-February-1.html
From unpaid taxman, to unpaid policeman to
unpaid immigration officer. Under which circumstances,
might it be more economical to allow the defenders
of our country's sovereignty and security to
get on with their stilted, faux-reality acting
careers, full-time? And pay our businessfolk
a little something for their troubles, instead?
are in more debt than employed & unemployed.
Yes - that's the idea. It's why the regime
is offering start-up loans to clueless, 'aspiring'
businessfolk so that they continue to suffocate
from debt in the manner to which they have already
not even a Financial Health Warning on the package!
of freelancers believe they are overpaying tax.
Yes, once again, that is the idea. Financing
American Big Corp, international terrorism and
crimes against humanity are an expensive business.
Someone has to pay. (And time to big up the
numbers of self-employed again!)
owners buying second property face additional
3% tax bill. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/28/home-owners-buying-second-property-face-additional-3-tax-bill/
Luvverly jubberly. Thousands more dead children
for the tax-dodging Anglo-American murder industry
to get their teeth into.
VAT review could end Britain's exemption on
food, medicine and children's clothing.
'laughing stock' of Europe after Italy claims
€227m in unpaid tax from Google.
Hardly anything new . . .
regime accused of shortchanging public as £26bn
privatisation haul revealed. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/tories-accused-of-shortchanging-public-as-26bn-privatisation-haul-revealed/
As not reported by Nazi regime propaganda,
of course. And anyway, once again, this is old
farms squeezed even harder as income halves
due to milk price war. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12128033/Dairy-farms-squeezed-even-harder-as-income-halves-due-to-milk-price-war.html
cash spending choices revealed. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35419330
village flooded four times in eight weeks as
new warnings and flood alerts issued.
That will be the signal for an estate of
jerry-built starter homes to go up, then.
nationalities choose the UK for a holiday?
Homeowners living in flood-hit areas face higher
council tax bills. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/flooding/12123738/Homeowners-living-in-flood-hit-areas-face-higher-council-tax-bills.html
How about all the bent councillors who approved
construction in areas prone to flooding paying
the higher council tax bills as well as compensation
to the affected home owners, instead?
launches new broadband code to protect UK SMEs.
It's hard to say whose conduct in The Great
UK Broadband Scam has been the most criminal.
That of the telecon providers? Or taxpayer-funded
posers, Ofcon? (The country's barely elected
ones averting their gaze while fagging for American
and Israeli terrorists during this time.)
lag to raise house prices, says Nationwide.
Or at least that's the plan favoured by all
the leeches which feed off the UK's Ponzi housing
been paid £500 for spotting derelict properties
- with thousands to come'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/12122972/In-Londons-crazy-housing-market-I-get-paid-to-spot-derelict-properties.html
may be rising - but we're still doing better
than our neighbours. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/27/taxes-may-be-rising-but-we-re-still-doing-better-than-our-neighbours/
Which 'neighbours'? The Martians? There is
just one, major fly in the ointment which this
piece of regime propaganda forgets to mention.
Almost 90% of the UK's population barely earn
enough money on which to pay taxes. Especially
if they are self-employed entrepreneurs.
The Truth About Poverty In Britain Is Much Worse
Than You Think: http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/truth-poverty-britain-much-worse-think/
out if your credit card limit is increased.
payment to the wrong bank account? New help
is available. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/26/electronic-payment-processors-help-users-retrieve-funds-sent-in-error/
tax: War criminal David Cameron defends his
regime's £130m UK tax deal.
Just after defending his Nazi regime's supply
of arms to the world's leading terrorist states.
However, the alleged explosion in the UK's numbers
of self-employed is expected to take up the
fiscal slack necessary for the regime to continue
its fagging duties to Israel and America.
landline? That'll be £22,000.
Ah, but there's the cost of cash suppositories
for the regime's bent war criminals to take
into account, as well: or someone might start
asking too many questions about the country's
massive broadband scam.
pub by the sea' in Kent wins Gastropub of the
Year - again. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/pubs-and-bars/britains-best-gastro-pubs-2016/
back in top 10 countries seen as least corrupt.
The survey interviewed a sample group of
22.5 leading lobby groups, tax-dodging American
corporations, international accountancy firms
and Nazi MPs whose expenses receipts had just
been lost - again.
Enters New and Dangerous Stage As Democracy
is Dismantled in Secret. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/ttip-enters-new-and-dangerous-stage-as-democracy-is-dismantled-in-secret/
How US Corporations Stole Your Private
Data Irrespective Of EU Law. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/3417/
. . and all the dummyphone zombies go, 'Oh,
my God (9 times); that's awesome.'
Tesco knowingly delayed payments to suppliers.
I know the media has deliberately been dumbing
down (very successfuly) the public at large
since the internet came along but I would have
thought a watchdog could have been recruited
to show at least a modicum of intelligence and
sector savoir faire.
ALL large companies, especially the grocery
sector, have a policy of delaying payments to
their suppliers to improve their own financial
position. It's been going on for decades - popularised
especially by Margaret Thatcher's industry cronies
- and is openly endorsed and encouraged by governments
of all shades and practices.
of thousands of businesses tell Government they
can 'no longer remain silent' about patchy broadband.
Businesses have never 'remained silent' about
fraudulent broadband performance. To put it
more accurately, the regime's criminal propaganda
is finally reporting the whole scam as it is,
after having aided and abetted a series of governments
and telecoms crooks for decades. Who knows,
they might even start reporting other major
issues more accurately, next?
remain over HMRC service standards.
According to research by ICAEW, the quality
of HMRC services has continued to deteriorate
despite HMRC recruiting over 3,000 call centre
staff. Over 90% of survey respondents believed
that HMRC service standards had either remained
the same or had worsened with only one in five
trusting HMRC to "get it right first time".
In addition, 57% of ICAEW members said the amount
of time spent dealing with HMRC had increased,
which is up from 47% last year. The most cited
areas for improvement were call waiting times
at 37% and better staff knowledge at 35%. However,
the services provided by HMRC's dedicated agent
line and agent account managers scored well
in the research, and survey respondents believed
these services should be developed further.
to co-ordinate cross-government export activity.
UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) will co-ordinate
activity by other government departments to
help UK firms to export more. As part of this
new approach, UKTI will locate sector experts
in key government departments to create a more
cohesive approach to exporting. For example,
it will create a Great British Food unit in
the Department for Environment, Food & Rural
Minister Lord Maude said: "To improve the
UK's export performance we need to get the whole
of government mobilised and working towards
the same goal. By putting a refocused UKTI at
the centre of a co-ordinated cross-government
approach relevant departments will share expertise
to get UK businesses exporting." (EnterpriseQuest)
am quite sure UKTI's dismal track record of
nothing but exporting arms to ISIS, Saudi Arabia
and Israel makes it supremely qualified to co-ordinate
regime export activity. Will they be wearing
black Nazi armbands so that we can recognise
them at trade shows?
200 Homes Have Been Built On Public Land Sold
Off By The Government, Whitehall Admits.
are the countries around the world with better
internet speeds than the UK. http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/these-are-the-countries-around-the-world-with-better-internet-speeds-than-the-uk--WkGYPOxbW6l?utm_source=indy&utm_medium=top5&utm_campaign=i100
Etiquette - How Many of These Digital Faux Pas
Are You Committing? http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jemma-moran/email-etiquette-faux-pas_b_9068158.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl8%7Csec3_lnk6%26pLid%3D423970
Every time I read such classical, advice,
I am left wondering why the vast majority of
emails I receive at least, don't show even the
slightest respect for courtesy and common sense?
you been duped by fake reviews? http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/25/have-you-been-duped-by-fake-reviews/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl19%7Csec3_lnk4%26pLid%3D423979
Self-assessment tax return deadline relief for
the flood-hit. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35400912
Are they going to get six years or more,
like HMRC's American corporate snouts-in-the-trough?
experience trends that will shape 2016.
UK's new start-up hub is in... Slough? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/12120463/The-UKs-new-start-up-hub-is-in...-Slough.html
policy is failing to keep up with start up businesses.
Apart from a little pretentious publicity-seeking,
I can't imagine any business support professional
ever believing the Government - any government
- giving one carrot for the plight of 99% of
start-up businesses. The name of the game, as
everyone knows, is to jack up the numbers then
ignore them until it's time to jack them up
some more. And who has been helping the present
regime do precisely that, I wonder?
business call costs in 2016. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/lower-business-call-costs-in-2016/
set to make all business customers change accounts.
Wouldn't it be more reassuring to change
in five home insurance claims rejected.
warning: The people pretending to be the Government
and taking your money for free services.
An even more outrageous scam is the Government
selling off services which have been paid for
with taxpayers' money.
shortages drive up construction wages. http://www.citb.co.uk/news-events/uk/construction-wages-pushed-up-by-skills-shortages/
While wages on average increased by 2% across
the UK in Q4 2015, construction workers' wages
rose by 6% in the same period according to the
UK Construction Market Survey published by the
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
in January 2016.
to RICS, a shortage of skilled workers, such
as bricklayers and quantity surveyors, is believed
to be the cause of higher than average wage
rises in the construction sector. Despite optimism
about future growth and profitability, 66% of
survey respondents reported that difficulty
in hiring skilled workers has stopped them from
taking on new work in Q4 2015. (EnterpriseQuest)
homeowners told to wait for three years for
'minimum' broadband speeds. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/countryside/12120912/Rural-homeowners-told-to-wait-for-three-years-for-minimum-broadband-speeds.html
Quite the old chestnut, is broadband fraud
in the UK. Good enough for gongs and ministerial
appointments all round.
seeks professional builder. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12118000/Lego-seeks-professional-builder.html
It will be interesting to see which East
European national gets the job then?
the £24m mansion/office for those who
love working from home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/house-prices/12120696/Revealed-the-24m-mansionoffice-for-those-who-love-working-from-home.html
Richard: Ex-Dragons' Den star paid girl, 13,
for sex after meeting her on 'sugar daddy' website,
court hears. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/12119531/Doug-Richard-Ex-Dragons-Den-star-paid-girl-13-for-sex-court-hears.html
It's not just the country's business support
framework which got fuc*ed then?
entrepreneur? Make sure you know everything
you need to know. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/business-entrepreneur-make-sure-you-know-everything-you-need-to-know/
books that every entrepreneur should read.
service for tax returns. http://www.springwise.com/texting-service-taxes-experts/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25+CID_255faed6bc8dfe5ca2dc79ede7625651&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Text%20service%20for%20tax%20returns
arm for the consumer market. http://www.springwise.com/robotic-arm-consumer-market/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25+CID_255faed6bc8dfe5ca2dc79ede7625651&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Robotic%20arm%20for%20the%20consumer%20market
toys tipped for growth. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35399316
EU membership 'vital for UK businesses and jobs'.
plot to raid your pension pot. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3414867/Not-New-plot-raid-pension-pot-Treasury-looking-limiting-lifetime-allowance-750-000-restricting-away-year.html
Unless you are one of the regime's alleged
4.5 million self-employed 'entrepreneurs', in
which case you won't have a pension pot to worry
you can file your tax return by phone: Revenue's
climbdown to help small businesses.
climbdown to 'help' small businesses? Is this
a bad joke? I think the following article is
a far better indicator of the HMRC's (and the
Nazi regime's) 'help' for small businesses:
What you didnt know about HMRC, Google,
Secret Deals, George Osborne and the Tax Gap.
- facts about broadband. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35399030
Aren't Ofcon supposed to provide those? Perhaps
what is really needed are police to police the
government promises to keep law and order in
Given the abject failure of successive French
governments at keeping law and order in Calais
when it comes to their own, striking, trade
union thugs, I wouldn't bet any money on their
ability to do so now. Better to give Calais
as wide a berth as possible and see whether
a prolonged dose of chomage in the port
doesn't improve matters instead.
the meantime, the usual shambolic chaos (which
has absolutely nothing to do with refugees)
of the French travel industry continues as normal:
8 hours delay on the Eurostar yesterday: http://www.deplacementspros.com/Nouvelle-galere-sur-Eurostar_a36420.html:
yet another air traffic controllers' strike
. . . . and so on, and so on.
to end sponsorship of IAAF over doping scandal
- reports. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/jan/24/adidas-iaaf-end-sponsorship-report
Not so much a case of Adidas being unaware
of doping in athletics - or any other highly
mediatised sport - but more a case of trying
to come out of the whole hypocritical mess smelling
of shit 'n roses. The question now is - will
the major American sponsors follow suit?
friends are almost entirely fake, study finds.
And that's supposed to be 'news' is it? They
will be questioning the business value of social
buys photograph of a potato for €1m.
Or, he could have gone on Facebook and found
millions of photos of 'potatoes' (and other
vegetables) for free.
Sales of Scotland's national dish soar with
US poised to lift import ban. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/haggis-sales-of-scotlands-national-dish-soar-with-us-poised-to-lift-import-ban-a6830081.html
3D-printed weapons fanatic Cody Wilson is one
of the '15 most dangerous men in the world'.
Now there's a novel home business idea for
you. Weapons production. I can see why this
guy's a menace, though. To the existing murder
industry, who could easily be deprived of their
traditional, terrorist client base. And even
the west's propaganda industry, always claiming
that terrorists are armed with Kalashnikovs.
Middle-class workers who 'manipulate' price
comparison sites to get cheap insurance quote
face crackdown. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/12117245/Middle-class-workers-who-manipulate-price-comparison-sites-to-get-cheap-insurance-quote-face-crackdown.html
Like regime propaganda manipulating public
opinion with fake articles, online polls and
lies? Or US terrorist spooks manipulating social
consumers saving cash by seeking 'digital dividends'.
Advertorial for online advertisers of crap,
in other words. In fact, if we took away the
95% of pure rubbish which comprises the 'joys'
of modern connectivity, the savings would be
so monstrous it would put millions of scammers,
bummers and wasters out of business. Which is
what this survey is all about, of course.
you know what you're paying for household bills?
Not the average pleb, no. Too busy looking
at yards of shite on the internet. Not least
of all because they're paying for a super-slow
connectivity scam called 'broadband' which loads
nothing but shite during their entire lifetime.
chief admits there is 'more to do' in roll out
of broadband service. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/01/23/bt-chief-admits-there-is-more-to-do-in-roll-out-of-broadband-service/
Like putting telecoms' conmen in jail for
as long as it takes one of their pages to load.
For ever, in other words.
I'm borrowing £5,000 on credit cards to
put in my pension. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12112912/Why-Im-borrowing-5000-on-credit-cards-to-put-in-my-pension.html
You would have thought that an obscenely
overpaid propaganda rag hack would have had
£5k in readies. If not, then the country's
plebs truly are in a parlous financial state.
Mail rakes in £3m a day from the unwanted
junk mail that drives us mad. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/royal-mail-rakes-3m-day-7234941
So how much does Ingerlandt's hate-preaching
media rake in from 'driving us mad'?
seven golden rules of buy-to-let: How rental
property can still be a good investment if you
do it properly. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-3412406/The-seven-golden-rules-buy-let.html
to make sure you don't become one of the 2,500
cashpoint fraud victims next week.
Larf #1: Toll of being an MP revealed as politicians
reveal threats from the public. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/01/24/toll-of-being-an-mp-revealed-as-politicians-reveal-threats-from-the-public/
These threats don't seem to be any more aggressive
than the majority of tradesmen or small businesses
will sometimes face when trying to collect a
debt or confront a shoplifter. And they're not
murdering, thieving, lying Nazi fags and slags
working for American and Israeli terrorists.
Perhaps our war criminal MPs think they are
playing a video game when they vote to continue
slaughtering innocent civilians?
Larf #2: Pentagon Nazi spokesman says some coalition
partners in fight against Isis 'do nothing'.
That's probably because Israel, Turkey, the
Ukraine and Bulgaria are doing such a good job
clandestinely supplying ISIS with American/Coalition
arms, drugs, funding, logistics and propaganda
that everyone else is just standing back in
admiration. (The French would do more but their
from the EU hasn't come through yet. Plus, they
have to tread carefully for a bit as non-US
aligned, independent reporting is fingering
them for their involvement in the Paris massacres.
Whereas Ingerlandt is waiting for Google's overdue
taxes before embarking on its next round of
bombing thousands of civilians on America's/ISIS'
Ideas on a Budget. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/cs/businessideas/a/10startupideas.htm?utm_content=5954038&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
standing desk is only USD 25. http://www.springwise.com/cardboard-standing-desk-usd-25/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-22&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-22+CID_4c14b00da53ce43fd2e3ea553a6a73dd&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Cardboard%20standing%20desk%20is%20only%20USD%2025
First invented by the Victorians 150 years
ago but made out of wood and costing only $1.
mimics predators to scare away pest birds.
Or, you could get out the shotgun and get
the drone at the same time. Two virtual birds
with one stone, so to speak.
cigarette box helps smokers quit. http://www.springwise.com/smart-cigarette-box-helps-smokers-quit/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-22&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-22+CID_4c14b00da53ce43fd2e3ea553a6a73dd&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Smart%20cigarette%20box%20helps%20smokers%20quit
For cabbage patch morons with a dummyphone
CCJs against businesses are reaching alarming
new levels. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/ccjs-against-businesses-are-reaching-alarming-new-levels/
(As not reported by regime propaganda.)
suffer as Christmas sales fall, says ONS.
satisfaction on the rise. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/customer-satisfaction-on-the-rise/
banks failing to tell customers about new tax-free
personal savings allowance. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/savings/12112772/Most-banks-failing-to-tell-customers-about-new-tax-free-personal-savings-allowance.html
with 'dire' internet service. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/12116762/Millions-with-dire-internet-service.html
These calls have been made by politicians
for twenty years and nothing has happened. After
all, looking after the interests of British
consumers and businesses isn't like rapid-response
fagging for American and Israeli terrorism.
PM Manuel Valls says refugee crisis is destabilising
So what are the French, who have contributed
massively to this destabilisation, going to
do? They are going to step up their bombing
of Syria and create still more refugees.
reminds me of a local village idiot who dreamed
of being socially accepted and decided he could
achieve this by going out with the chasseurs
at the weekends. Somebody, ill-advisedly, gave
him a gun to help him fulfill his ambition.
And - he promptly shot himself through the right
foot. The chasseurs immediately took
him under their wing and taught him how to handle
a gun safely and responsibly. So - still being
the village idiot - he shot himself through
the left foot, instead.
you living in a burglary hotspot? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/contents/12113309/Mapped-are-you-living-in-a-burglary-claims-hotspot.html
home in France? You may face the UK buy-to-let
stamp duty surcharge. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12113101/A-home-in-France-You-may-face-the-UK-buy-to-let-stamp-duty-surcharge.html
to claim for pothole damage. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/advice/how-to-claim-for-pothole-damage/
Essential Resources for Starting a Profitable
Side Business. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/Productivity/fl/12-Essential-Resources-for-Starting-a-Profitable-Side-Business.htm?utm_content=5949060&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Guaranteed Ways to Make People Love Your Business
Type of Business Should You Start? http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/startup/a/businesstype.htm?utm_content=5949060&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
The Town That Took on the Taxman, BBC Two, review:
A 'review' by a hack working for a tax-dodging,
American/Israeli propaganda rag has 'sparked
furious outrage' after implying that 99% of
the country's business community shouldn't be
allowed to leverage existing snouts in the trough
to pay their fair dues to society.
of self-employed Brits hits record levels.
Or put another way, that's a lot more unemployed
who have been suspended from receiving benefits.
Mind you, at a claimed 4.62 million that is
still half a million less than the figure being
officially bandied about fifteen years ago.
employment statistics were regularly used as
smoke 'n mirrors for a disastrous economic policy.
The Truth About Poverty In Britain Is Much
Worse Than You Think: http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/truth-poverty-britain-much-worse-think/
oil and gas prices are falling, will I save
money on my energy bills?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/energy-bills/12102486/If-oil-and-gas-prices-are-falling-will-I-save-money-on-my-energy-bills.html
No - but you will get 1% cash back on your
5% increased expenditure instead. (And all the
country's dumbwalkers go, 'Oooooo! Cool.')
I set up a £1 direct debit to qualify
for a high interest current account?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/bank-accounts/12108948/Can-I-set-up-a-1-direct-debit-to-qualify-for-a-high-interest-current-account.html
Errrr. Dunno. But you will get cash back!
companies with the best customer service in
the UK. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12109854/The-companies-with-the-best-customer-service-in-the-UK.html
hotel voted best in the world. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-3410515/It-s-supercool-bolthole-UK-hotel-charges-100-night-voted-best-world.html
'no spill' cup invented by British engineers
saves commuters from burns and stains. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12112542/New-no-spill-cup-invented-by-British-engineers-saves-commuters-from-burns-and-stains.html
I've been buying supposedly 'no-spill' cups
(beakers, actually) for years and they are just
as useless as this design. The universal problem
is not spillage resulting from shock. But spillage
which happens from gentle but sustained tilting
such as an infirm person falling asleep with
their drink in their hand, for example.
Network Rail might be getting excited at finding
a potential excuse for further neglecting line
cultivates refugee startups in Finland.
crowdfunding site for children teaches them
to save. http://www.springwise.com/mini-crowdfunding-site-children-teaches-save/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-20&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-20+CID_df49c46a4cf14ff464e77f41bbd2778e&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Mini%20crowdfunding%20site%20for%20children%20teaches%20them%20to%20save
Brussels, locals talk to visiting tourists via
public phones. http://www.springwise.com/brussels-locals-talk-to-visiting-tourists-public-phones/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-21&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-21+CID_a648d2c43342ba83c5d4509bc6b497cc&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=In%20Brussels%20locals%20talk%20to%20visiting%20tourists%20via%20public%20phones
connects green-fingered students with paid work.
uses color gradients to improve reading speed.
gaming app lets anyone doodle for charity.
Broadband firms face new advert rules in the
I suppose twenty years late is better than
never. And will customers be receiving rebates
for all the lying, thieving, scamming, time-wasting
claims made by broadband firms during this time?
Street Fashion Ignores £9bn opportunity
from Shoppers. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/high-street-fashion-ignores-9bn-opportunity-from-shoppers/
system booming despite prophecies of decline.
wins victory in London as TfL drops proposals
to crack down on app. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/uber/12109810/Uber-wins-victory-in-London-as-TfL-drops-proposals-to-crack-down-on-app.html
attacks: France's state of emergency is imposing
'excessive' restrictions on human rights, UN
I am surrpised that the French trade unions,
who pull a lot of the socio-fascist regime's
strings, aren't protesting more at this state
of affairs. Impacting on human rights is normally
their role. Still. 'Excess' is 'ze French touch'
as they say.
one could also take the view that any observations
about human rights from the UN - a.k.a America's
Rod & Gun Club - should be stuck straight
back up its arse.)
dog ate my tax return HMRC reveals
worst excuses for missing deadline. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/my-dog-ate-my-tax-return-hmrc-reveals-worst-excuses-for-missing-deadline/
More Profits in Your Home Business. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/money/fl/Keep-More-Profits-in-Your-Home-Business.htm?utm_content=5923376&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
to Get Free Publicity for Your Business.
UK businesses say no to EU-US trade
That's only taken a couple of years to be
reported! (TTIP is considered a no-go subject
for British propaganda.)
marketers could be forced to display caller
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport
(DCMS) is consulting on plans to force firms
that make calls for direct marketing purposes
to display a valid telephone number. This new
requirement would, according to the DCMS, make
it easier for consumers to report nuisance calls
and help the Information Commissioner's Office
(ICO) to take enforcement action against firms
that persistently and deliberately break the
rules. The consultation closes on 23rd February
consultation documents are available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/requiring-direct-marketing-callers-to-provide-calling-line-identification
more likely to trust business than politicians.
That's scarcely a compliment to businesses.
The British public is more likely to trust a
snake than one of its Nazi politicians.
paying 37% more than men for comparable, everyday
And why are women doing that?
SMEs buck national trend by losing confidence
in economy. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/welsh-smes-buck-national-trend-losing-confidence-in-economy/
They're not bucking the 'national trend'.
They're simply not using YouGov.
firms still use pen and paper to run their business.
A recent survey carried out by Worldpay has
revealed that one in five small business owners
still use pen and paper to manage the day-to-day
running of their business, despite the availability
of modern technology to assist with this. These
business owners also typically spend twice the
amount of time on finance and admin than they
do selling. The survey also revealed that 48%
of small business owners were unable to identify
their top ten customers and their ordering habits,
and 40% were unable to provide profit forecasts.
More than half (57%) of survey respondents were
unsure of their busiest trading day, and 62%
could not identify their three top-selling products.
sales triple as freezing Britons scramble for
signs £500,000 deal to source wild venison
meat products. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/22417
That will be new Defenders for the gillies
fisherman quits amid plunging eel numbers.
Wouldn't eel fishing be a transferable skill,
though? To catching snakes in Westminster, for
to write a simple business plan. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/businessplans/ht/how-to-write-a-simple-business-plan.htm?utm_content=5923359&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Exceptionally Useful Tools for Business Plan
heater runs on 10 cents a day. http://www.springwise.com/unifinished-candle-powered-heater-runs-10-cents-day/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-18&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-18+CID_79e9d6b1b2bf4570bb3d664a8629981a&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Candle-powered%20heater%20runs%20on%2010%20cents%20a%20day
credit rating via social network testimonials.
a friends cars for one hour via app.
for tutors helps kids with their homework.
(I think they mean 'children'. 'Kids' being
the offspring of goats or Americans.)
Complacency in UK business could result in tough
2016 ahead. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/complacency-in-uk-business-could-result-in-tough-2016-ahead/
Errr, I don't think it's UK business which
could be accused of complacency. The country's
Nazi, political gobshites, their propagandascheisewriters
and gofers, on the other hand . . .
self-employed will overtake the public sector
with the gig economy.
A prime example of thinly disguised regime
propaganda and disinformation.
the redrawing of flood maps affect your house
and insurance? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/contents/12095847/Will-the-redrawing-of-flood-maps-affect-your-house-and-insurance.html
industry fined record amount by HMRC.
HMRC increased its revenue from tax investigations
into the construction industry by 17% in the
2014/15 tax year. Due to the high level of self-employment
and cash-in-hand work, the sector has been targeted
by tax inspectors and fines have more than doubled
has found that many sub-contractors and self-employed
contractors should in fact be classified as
employed under PAYE resulting in higher National
Insurance contributions (NICs) from both the
employee and the employer. (EnterpriseQuest)
warns self-employed to guard against phishing
HMRC has warned that millions of people due
to complete online tax returns by the end of
January may be targeted by fake e-mails claiming
to be from HMRC. According to a survey by digital
authentication vendor, MIRACL, up to 40% of
people due to complete online tax returns have
been targeted by 'phishing' e-mails pretending
to be from the tax office.
Lloyd White, HMRC's Director of Security and
Information, said: "When using our online
services I would urge all our customers to be
vigilant, and remember that HMRC will never
send an e-mail to ask for your personal information
or password, or include a link or attachment.
We want to help you stay safe online. Visit
cyberstreetwise.com for more advice." (EnterpriseQuest)
further information, go to: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/have-you-returned-your-safe-assessment
worldwide reaches record levels in 2015 in defiance
of terrorism threat. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/jan/19/tourism-worldwide-reaches-record-levels-in-2015-in-defiance-of-terrorism-threat
Or, worldwide, the actual threat of being
directly affected by a 'terrorist' attack is
less likely than being hit by lightning. Ten
times. (Unless of course, you intend visiting
a country being 'liberated' by the Coalition
of Evil. Or asking an American policeman for
Hill: Report reveals 'Counterfeit Street' problem.
Nonetheless, 'fake' goods keep a lot of businesses
going. Like fake statistics; fake economic policies;
fake terrorism; fake 'celebrities'; fake journalism;
fake patriotism (especially among English politicians.)
And so on.
QuickBooks launches competition to uncover small
business success stories. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/38832/
workers, construction workers and journalists
facing 'redundancy' in next few years. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/12105269/Office-workers-construction-workers-and-journalists-facing-redundancy-in-next-few-years.html
rocked by explosive match-fixing claims.
'Rocked' as in 'feigned surprise' by those
concealing common knowledge. They will be pretending
to be 'rocked' by 'revelations' of doping in
tennis next. And football. And swimming. Despite
the best efforts of WADA, doping agencies, the
media and the rest of the sporting world's cheating
says France in state of economic emergency.
So all those lucrative 'wars', attacks, empire
building, protectionism, persecution, arselickin'
American/Israeli/trade union terrorists and
state propaganda haven't helped?
new business tips for 2016. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/top-new-business-tips-for-2016-2/
Doesnt Just Mean Google. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/seo-doesnt-just-mean-google/
hidden secrets of powerful sustainable sales.
One in six homes at risk of flooding. What can
you do? http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/16/one-in-six-homes-at-risk-of-flooding-what-can-you-do/
And after all that US/EU investment
in ISIS - they didn't even have to lift a finger.
start-ups: What it's really like mixing business
and family. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/work/sibling-start-ups-what-its-really-like-mixing-business-and-famil/
in two-bed flats for sale after buy-to-let clampdown.
renters: when the home ownership dream fades.
of EU aid wasted, stolen or lost in red tape:
£11.5bn handed out by Brussels each year
fails to achieve its aims. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3404175/Half-EU-aid-wasted-stolen-lost-red-tape.html
Or, put another way, about half the EU's
spend on bombing countries which can't defend
themselves and creating millions of refugees.
Or, about half the tax which US Big Corp avoids
paying in Ingerlandt.
pissheads turn Val d'Isere into Slagaluf on
At least they're not dropping bombs on the
place and murdering the locals.
one in five 18 to 29-year-olds say they are
'very proud' of being British. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3404215/Cheap-flights-university-young-Britons-patriotic-one-five-18-29-year-olds-say-proud-British.html
Nothing to do with 'My values are Jewish
values' Cameron and his regime of Nazi war criminals,
of course. So does this mean it's OK for British
businesses to finally fly the Stars 'n Stripes
outside their premises accompanied by endless
'Oh, my Gods' and renditions of the Star Spangled
David Cameron 'has earned £500,000 in
private rent since becoming Prime Minister'.
Obviously following in the footsteps of 'Baby
continue to rise across the UK as competition
for every room heats up. http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/property-news/renting/rents-continue-to-rise-across-the-uk-as-competition-for-every-room-heats-up-a98376.html
crisis: Human traffickers 'netted up to £4bn
last year'. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/refugee-crisis-human-traffickers-netted-up-to-4bn-last-year-a6816861.html
But even that is peanuts compared to the
£ billions earned by the murder industry
and the hate-preaching media creating and exploiting
imports force UK pig farmers out of business.
Another Russian sanction success story then?
doubled customer's home insurance premium due
to claim. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/insurance/aviva-doubled-customers-home-insurance-premium-due-to-claim-a6815491.html
wait until the spring if you want to sell your
home: Nine top tips to get buyers queuing up
for your property right now... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/property/article-3401272/Ready-Roll-Life-changing-choices-January-s-checklist-entice-buyer.html
I founded £185m shirt company with £100k
profit from selling an Aston Martin'. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/smallbusiness/article-3394150/Charles-Tyrwhitt-founder-having-shirts-worn-David-Cameron.html
That's obviously where the regime is going
wrong with it's start-up loans scam. It should
be giving its punters Aston Martins instead.
best places to eat. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/art/london-culture/london-best-places-to-eat/?WT.mc_id=tmgspk_plr_1140_100&utm_source=tmgspk&utm_medium=plr&utm_content=1140&utm_campaign=tmgspk_plr_1140_100&plr=1#!/
for a log? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/columnists/article-3403132/LIZ-JONES-10-log-s-better-burning-laminate-floor.html
Small Businesses You Don't Want to Start.
Business Ideas for the Baby Boomer Market.
to Do When Your Business Fails Miserably.
Over a half of UK SMEs will trade internationally
in 2016. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/over-a-half-of-uk-smes-will-trade-internationally-in-2016/
Really? That's a big jump from just 10% (Maybe.)
Although we have been listening to similar bullshit
since cavemen first started trading mammoth
skins. So what's Internet Man's stock-in-trade
going to be? Bombs? Guns? Selfies?
least 16m young people worse off under new state
falls to lowest level since 2010 election as
builders suffer shock contraction. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12101295/Pound-falls-to-lowest-level-since-2010-election-as-builders-suffer-shock-contraction.html
Yes, I've noticed them spending more and
more time in Wetherspoons. I suppose they will
be eating Marmite and jam sandwiches on site,
next. Like the days when I was in the trade.
can use 'disproportionate' level of force against
. . . not that you need a lot of 'force'
to pull a trigger.
Town That Took On The Taxman, TV review: Rebellious
business owners get a crash course in tax evasion.
I've ditched my smartphone for a dumb old Nokia.
There's nothing 'dumb' about an old Nokia.
They cost next-to-nothing and last for decades.
As mine has.
advertisement says women prefer men who dont
drink too much. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/22344
send more spoof texts in bid to steal personal
buyer sent my 'health machine' for repair -
and wanted me to pay. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/12099579/EBay-buyer-sent-my-health-machine-for-repair-and-wanted-me-to-pay.html
for car buyers: new online comparison site tested.
Ten search tips. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jan/15/how-to-use-search-like-a-pro-10-tips-and-tricks-for-google-and-beyond
6 Biggest Lies Entrepreneurs Tell Themselves
Every Day. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/generalresources/fl/The-6-Biggest-Lies-Entrepreneurs-Tell-Themselves-Every-Day.htm?utm_content=5898488&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
7 Most Common Business Plan Mistakes. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessplans/a/The-7-Most-Common-Business-Plan-Mistakes.htm?utm_content=5898488&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
to Set Business Goals with Just One Word.
Spike in UK companies suffering 'significant
' financial distress. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12099391/Spike-in-UK-companies-suffering-significant--financial-distress.html
head accused of letting tax avoiders off 'scot
It's what our modern HMRC are for, doncha
know. And persecuting small businesses and the
what to look out for and how to avoid them.
(As posted on one of the biggest scams in
the world. The internet.)
Coe under intense pressure at IAAF after damning
WADA doping report. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/athletics/12099794/Lord-Coe-under-intense-pressure-after-damning-WADA-doping-report.html
Or, put another way, he was at least as aware
as WADA itself, the IoC, assorted sporting associations
and doping agencies, the media, sponsors and
the rest of the sporting world's mafia making
billions out of dumb punters who also pretend
to believe in Father Christmas.
engine helps students pay their loans. http://www.springwise.com/search-engine-helps-students-pay-loans/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14+CID_6aa77b313e9635ba0e61da87d03aff61&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Search%20engine%20helps%20students%20pay%20their%20loans
electronics could reduce gadget waste. http://www.springwise.com/modular-electronics-reduce-gadget-waste/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14+CID_6aa77b313e9635ba0e61da87d03aff61&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Modular%20electronics%20could%20reduce%20gadget%20waste
mirror can recreate any light context. http://www.springwise.com/smart-mirror-can-recreate-light-context/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-14+CID_6aa77b313e9635ba0e61da87d03aff61&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Smart%20mirror%20can%20recreate%20any%20light%20context
SME confidence "plummeting" as economic
uncertainty deters investment. http://enforbusiness.com/news/sme-confidence-plummeting-economic-uncertainty-deters-investment-201611333
Brits shopping with independent retailers.
was a record year for startup formation.
Or, we could be more accurate and say '2015
had the highest number of new incorporations
on record' - which is not necessarily the same
as 'start-up formation'. There can be a number
of reasons for a new incoporation, as any good
book-keeper or accountant will confirm.
an answer from HMRC? Better off writing a letter
than using the phone, say accountants. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12095727/Want-an-answer-from-HMRC-Better-off-writing-a-letter-than-using-the-phone-say-accountants.html
charge small firms extra £4bn on top of
standard fees for money transfers. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/yourbusiness/12097516/Banks-charge-small-firms-extra-4bn-on-top-of-standard-fees-for-money-transfers.html
party votes down law making rental homes fit
for human habitation. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/tories-vote-down-law-requiring-landlords-make-their-homes-fit-for-human-habitation-a6809691.html
How Vodafone is messing up customers' bills.
housebuilding held up by lack of bricklayers,
says report. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jan/14/uk-housebuilding-held-up-lack-bricklayers-report-rics
costs up as builders get a wage rise: Salaries
rise by more than 6% due to shortage of workers.
future of mobile technology and smartphones.
is digital marketing important to your business?
Small Business Owners Need to Know About Debit
vs. Credit. http://accounting.about.com/od/Accounting/fl/What-Small-Business-Owners-Need-to-Know-About-Debit-vs-Credit.htm?utm_content=5871645&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
5 Best Options You Have to Fund a Startup.
belt lets blind users know which way to turn.
furniture built with fungi. http://www.springwise.com/biodegradable-furniture-built-fungi/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-11&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-11+CID_ee939387180cf69639475165e8089370&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Biodegradable%20furniture%20built%20with%20fungi
IoT payments on any machine. http://www.springwise.com/iot-payments-machine/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-11&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-11+CID_ee939387180cf69639475165e8089370&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Cashless%20IoT%20payments%20on%20any%20machine
SaaS enables businesses to join on-demand industry.
PPI firm that made 40 million nuisance calls
is suspended. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35290780
debts are worse than last year: blame the internet.
It's not just Christmas overspending which
can be attributed to the internet. There has
been a global explosion in personal debt since
the internet came along. Which is one of its
main purposes, anyway.
blamed for high water bills. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35298770
Another industry lapdog not at work.
computer demand falls by a record amount.
inheritance tax by investing in businesses.
third of older homeowners want to downsize -
but can't. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/12/a-third-of-older-homeowners-want-to-downsize-but-cant/
sought on UK digital strategy. http://www.out-law.com/en/articles/2016/january/businesses-encouraged-to-help-shape-new-uk-digital-strategy
Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey has invited
firms and other stakeholders to help shape the
UK's digital strategy for the next five years.
The strategy will map out the next steps in
the UK's digital revolution. Ideas and suggestions
are invited relating to how the UK's digital
strategy could unlock digital growth, for example
by ensuring that firms in all sectors are supported
to exploit digital technologies, and how technology
could further streamline interactions with Government.
Responses must be submitted to email@example.com
by 19th January 2016.
plans world's largest startup incubator in former
railway yard. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jan/12/paris-plans-worlds-largest-startup-incubator-in-former-railway-yard
It's not a start-up incubator which Paris
needs to encourage new businesses; but a seismic
shift in basic culture.
Top Reason Most Businesses Fail (According to
Their Founders). http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/fl/The-Top-Reason-Most-Businesses-Fail-According-to-Their-Founders.htm?utm_content=5871618&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Business Startup Mistakes. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/tp/common-small-business-startup-mistakes.htm?utm_content=5871618&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
embedded asphalt could prevent frozen roads.
toothbrush and dental plan combo rewards good
extends Bluetooth control in smart homes.
Over 100,000 firms owed money due to insolvent
According to R3's 2015 Business Distress Index,
113,000 firms (6% of all UK firms) were creditors
in insolvency procedures. Up to 7% of small
firms were owed money by another firm or an
individual in an insolvency process. In addition,
4% of micro firms employing up to five staff
were creditors in five or more insolvencies
Sykes, President of R3 said: "Businesses
need to take preventative measures and properly
assess risks before trading with individuals
or other firms. Doing so will minimise the chance
of being exposed to others' insolvencies in
the first place." (EnterpriseQuest)
information given to millions 'is wrong'.
Is there ANY information handed out by the
present Nazi regime which is truthful or RIGHT?
chief executive to quit post. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35281978
Not feeling loved enough?
sports' darkest secret about to be exposed?
Or, what is common knowledge in sporting
circles but has been repressed by sporting agencies,
sponsors, governments and above all, the corrupt,
leeching, criminal media, for decades.
and O2 networks hit by technical problems.
Not just the usual crap, then?
common Self-Assessment Tax Return mistakes and
how to avoid them. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/finance/10-common-self-assessment-tax-return-mistakes-and-how-to-avoid-them/
returns: six quirks of self-assessment.
and Collect nightmare for shoppers.
of optimising the profit from your customer
scammers jailed for 14 years for £25 million
is booming in the Calais Jungle. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3393340/Calais-container-city-Units-recycled-rooms-set-house-1-500-migrants-new-area-Jungle-camp-prepares-open.html
run a Silicon Valley startup but I refuse
to own a cellphone. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jan/11/steve-hilton-silicon-valley-no-cellphone-technology-apps-uber
There are also Americans out there who aren't
terrorist fanatics who keep saying 'Oh my God'
all the time.
UK house price to crash as global asset prices
responding to housing crisis by telling tenants
to stay put in buy-to-let properties when landlords
ask them to leave. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12092051/Councils-responding-to-Britains-housing-crisis-by-telling-tenants-to-stay-put-in-buy-to-let-properties-when-landlords-ask-them-to-leave.html
is on the verge of an IT crisis. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/12090157/Britain-is-on-the-verge-of-an-IT-crisis.html
Microsoft 10 and an alleged internet connection?
operators could be 'held to ransom' by farmers.
two thirds of us want to be our own boss.
a pension top-up? Start a low-cost online business
in your 60s. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12014724/Need-a-pension-top-up-Start-a-low-cost-online-business.html
the business card will live forever. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12092157/Why-the-business-card-will-live-forever.html
cold callers who do not display their phone
numbers will be fined in a new crackdown on
nuisance phone calls. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3392478/Cold-callers-marketing-firms-not-display-phone-numbers-fined-new-crackdown-nuisance-calls.html
paid £5,190 for a car on eBay - where
is it?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/12087155/I-paid-5190-for-a-car-on-eBay-where-is-it.html
the shops, sell your hidden treasures, and take
your phone charger out of the socket: Small
but brilliant ways to make money and SLASH your
Householders affected by floods face insurance
double-whammy if they live nearby planned fracking
Gangs netting millions from house purchase email
battle on 5pc deposit mortgage rates - with
and without Help to Buy. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/mortgages/12087639/New-battle-on-5pc-deposit-mortgage-rates-with-and-without-Help-to-Buy.html
regulator FCA denies 'going soft' on banks.
So when is the last time the FCA, the regime
or its pinko propaganda urged even the imprisonment
of a criminal banker? They can agree to drop
bombs on defenceless civilians (but not food
parcels) and supply every terrorist in the world
yet they can't even stamp out an infestation
of cockroaches on their own doorstep.
ways to stay in control of your phone bill.
we get away with painting over a damp problem
when selling our house? http://www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jan/09/paint-over-damp-problem-selling-house
What's a bit of damp within the context of
the regime's repeat flooding programme? Amazingly
though, there will be plenty of mugs out there
who will still buy homes in these areas.
Guaranteed Ways to Make People Love Your Business
great businesses you can start while still keeping
your day job. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/New-and-Noteworthy/tp/15-Great-Businesses-You-Can-Start-While-Keeping-Your-Day-Job.htm?utm_content=5871594&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Business owners lose over 34 nights of sleep
every year. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/business-owners-lose-over-34-nights-of-sleep-every-year/
Is that all?
Public Perceptions Wrong On Most Important Issues.
Even a Martian in transit just glancing at
Ingerlandt's 'media' (hate-preaching propaganda)
could work that one out.
Tyrie blasts out of touch Office
for National Statistics. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/andrew-tyrie-blasts-out-of-touch-office-for-national-statistics/
A bit like 'out of touch' criticism from
unknowns, then? The ONS has been under fire
since it became a regime propaganda tool five
smart meters be used to spy on your home?
can you protect your home from disaster when
letting it? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-3386752/How-insure-home-renting-Airbnb.html
to do if a cash machine gives you the wrong
Surprising Thing Relationships & Business
Success Have In Common. http://foodbeverage.about.com/od/Specialty/ss/The-Surprising-Thing-Relationships-amp-Business-Success-Have-In-Common.htm?utm_content=5855646&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
a Cost-Effective Marketing Budget for Your Small
helps users get notifications via their TV.
pause Netflix when the wearer falls asleep.
fingertips for greasy food. http://www.springwise.com/disposable-fingertips-greasy-food/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-08&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-08+CID_be1b28c8c871b711fab961bad4009e28&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Disposable%20fingertips%20for%20greasy%20food
quote comparison site. http://avantage-conso-one.fr/miroir/email.php?eid=66100&ehash=00562&mid=22424912950&sid=49232975&hash=2f56e
Half of UK SMEs expect monthly revenue to increase
during 2016. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/half-of-uk-smes-expect-monthly-revenue-to-increase-during-2016/
SMEs will not have to file quarterly tax
house prices rose 9.5% in 2015, says Halifax.
van man is back, signalling the economy is stepping
up a gear. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/12087496/White-van-man-is-back-signalling-the-economy-is-stepping-up-a-gear.html
It would certainly be an economic (propaganda)
indicator for the current regime.
reveals details of Windows 10 usage tracking.
buy-to-let still the best home for my £250,000
3 Essential Criteria for a Successful Startup.
Ultimate Guide to Small Business Goal Setting.
10 business ideas & opportunities for 2016.
alternative could fund online publishers through
glove uses online gaming for rehabilitation.
Colombia, semi-hollow brick design will keep
buildings cool. http://www.springwise.com/colombia-new-brick-design-will-keep-buildings-cool/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-06&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-06+CID_11a671ae42b4e74df3a9609df7d3fb36&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=In%20Colombia%20semi-hollow%20brick%20design%20will%20keep%20buildings%20cool
internet-controlled drones. http://www.springwise.com/long-range-internet-control-commercial-drones/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-07&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-07+CID_994e53d6e48f51243460bb5ecefad50d&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Long-range%20internet-controlled%20drones
for in-flight seat exchanges. http://www.springwise.com/app-seat-exchanges-air-passengers/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-07&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-07+CID_994e53d6e48f51243460bb5ecefad50d&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=App%20for%20in-flight%20seat%20exchanges
wearable for extreme sports communication.
Flood victims offered self-assessment tax return
economy "biggest concern" for businesses
in 2016. http://enforbusiness.com/news/uk-economy-biggest-concern-businesses-2016-201611332
Too true. It's why the regime's war criminal
Chancellor is whoring what's left of the nation's
silver like there is going to be no tomorrow:
(And as not being reported by the regime's hate-preaching
propaganda. Mind you, the sanctions against
Russia are working well, obviously. As are the
bombings of defenceless civilian populations
in half a dozen countries and creating millions
of penniless refugees who can't then buy our
service sector growth 'solid' in December, survey
Like in 'constipated'.
backlog' of 475,647 homes waiting to be built.
versions of Microsoft's browser lose support
next week. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jan/07/internet-explorer-older-versions-microsofts-browser-lose-support-next-week
says online banking services now at full capacity
Until the next outage.
turn iPods into cash machine skimming devices
- here's how to spot them. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/crooks-turn-ipods-cash-machine-7127970
I thought that's what iThinggies were anyway?
and health: 'When you're sitting, you're one
step above being dead'. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jan/06/computers-when-youre-sitting-youre-one-step-above-being-dead
Especially when you're looking at social
and vinyl kept the music industry buoyant in
green' homes where energy costs £1 per
This Friday is #MicroBizMattersDay 2016.
than 100,000 small firms demand rethink on HMRC
tax proposal. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/more-than-100000-small-firms-demand-rethink-on-hmrc-tax-proposal/
customers hit by further online banking problems.
builders prepare for strong year as construction
bounces back. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12081983/Britains-builders-prepare-for-strong-year-as-activity-bounces-back.html
e-retailers reveal growing business confidence.
According to the Royal Mail's annual tracker
study, smaller e-retailers are growing in business
confidence, with eight out of ten positive that
sales will increase in 2016. This outlook stems
from the success in 2015, when more than 74%
of e-retailers experienced an increase in sales.
To maintain this trend in 2016, 70% of online
retailers are planning to expand the number
of channels they are selling through, with 85%
of these planning to list on additional online
marketplaces and 50% intending to launch their
own website. (EnterpriseQuest)
more information on the study, go to: http://www.royalmailgroup.com/uk-sme-e-retailers-reveal-growing-business-confidence-2016
of Londoners have lost pension pots.
card firm refunded my £1,500 - then changed
its mind'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/creditcards/12043881/Credit-card-firm-refunded-my-1500-then-changed-its-mind.html
release. Guidance. List of people banned from
running an employment agency or business.
'finds revenge dildo in his shopping basket'
after leaving a bad review on Amazon.
I wonder what kind of review it must have
been to have triggered the construction of a
180m dildo on London's skyline?
Official press release. Small Business Minister
Anna Soubry visits Croston in Lancashire to
speak with local business owners affected by
Not the fastest thing on two feet, then,
our Minister. How many weeks has it been?
floods: Insurance costs 'won't rise despite
storm claims'. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/uk-floods-insurance-costs-wont-rise-despite-storm-claims-a6796806.html
business rises to be a world leader in optimism.
'The cheque is in the post, mate. I've paid
you in optimism this time. Hope that's all right?'
jumped ahead of Christmas, Bank of England says.
debt free in 2016 with these 9 steps. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/become-debt-free-2016-9-7115407
and support to get plebs out of debt on the
one hand; and huge marketing, advertising and
peer pressure to maintain personal debt at the
highest levels ever, on the other hand. IF -
and that is a very big IF - people really want
to clear their debts then the solution today
is just the same as it always was. Reduce your
spending; increase your income. The dummyphone,
the telly, the car, the pooter, the internet
connection, holidays, fags and booze can all
go. They are not essentials. And there are 24
hours in a day, most of which can be harnessed
to earn money. Whether that means getting an
extra job or two, including a twilight or night
shift, pulling in a lodger, setting up a market
stall or having a clearout on eBay - or all
of those things - it doesn't matter. It's money
all the same. And exactly the same principles
apply to funding a small business start-up.
however, it almost seems to be the fashion to
wallow in one's indebtedness, dummyphone in
pocket, a case of beer in the fridge plus a
take-away to accompany large-screen TV viewing
followed by a short drive to CAB or a government
agency the following morning, to complain about
being unable to make ends meet. In between weekend
piss-ups and clubbing with one's equally broke
the shysters, lame ducks and lead-swingers out
of the way, civilised society can then concentrate
on people who really are struggling because
they don't even have these means with which
importance of websites for UK startups. (Advertorial).
iPhone? This hidden trick can speed up your
wind turbine thats quiet and efficient.
gadget mutes to let important noises in.
social media sites crowdsource therapy.
translates sentences into a picture. http://www.springwise.com/tool-translates-senteces-into-picture/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-04&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-04+CID_f96c5f64e79dea5601d15c3c8d293d3b&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Tool%20translates%20sentences%20into%20a%20picture
Homeowners count the cost as floods force prices
to plummet. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/homeowners-count-the-cost-as-floods-force-prices-to-plummet/
storm damage is major threat to UK Businesses.
Cameron: We'll 'directly commission' 13,000
new homes. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-35217418
More regime propaganda.
Queen recognises UKs leading entrepreneurs in
New Year Honours. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/queen-recognises-uks-leading-entrepreneurs-in-the-new-year-honours/
loved and loathed home improvements revealed.
power - the unstoppable growth of cycling.
we predicted a decade ago, although very few
people jumped on the imminent bandwagon.
little car you can drive in France without a
The usual half-arsed reporting one expects
from the Nazi regime's principal propaganda
channel these days. (British Bropaganda Corporation
or BBC.) Obviously, the same amount of effort
has gone into researching this piece of crap
as into Christmas and New Year TV viewing. Here
are some up-to-date images of voitures sans
permis, as they are called. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=voiture+sans+permis&biw=1438&bih=677&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=
thing is, they wouldn't go amiss on the UK's
roads if some entrepreneur decided to have a
go at importing a few. Brilliant town cars.
Unwanted Christmas gifts? You can do better
than eBay. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/12073189/Unwanted-Christmas-gifts-You-can-do-better-than-eBay.html
the key to freer trade, or corporate greed?
The importance of the hitherto largely concealed
TTIP debate is that its future will be decided
not by democratic process but by craven politicians
in thrall to the Americans already. Just like
the recent 'vote' to continue war crimes in
Syria (plus Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Palestine,
the Yemen and anywhere else they fancy.)
to avoid buying a flood-damaged car.
Five Tips for Business Start Ups. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/top-five-tips-for-business-start-ups/
rise of 3d printing. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/predictions/style/12052097/interior-design-trends-in-2016.html?WT.mc_id=tmgspk_td_1211_12052097&utm_source=tmgspk&utm_medium=td&utm_content=1211&utm_campaign=
Larf: Can YOU pass the UK Citizenship Test -
try it out here. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/can-you-pass-uk-citizenship-7108104
This test should be compulsory for all politicians
(as well as psychological profiling, of course.)
I doubt that the majority would get even half
the questions right. And as for 'true' Brits,
I don't think they would even be able to read
or understand most of the questions!
you, I can see something like this becoming
part of the official tendering process in years
to come. And still the contracts will be awarded
to American Big Corp.
UK faces 'economic storm' if politicians fail
to act, warns BCC. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12076884/UK-faces-economic-storm-if-politicians-fail-to-act-warns-BCC.html
That's not what the BCC (British Chambers
of Commerce) was saying after its members helped
return the present Nazi regime to power. I would
have thought a bit of general housekeeping within
its own walls might be a good place to start,
though. Prompt payment; Buy British; decent
minimum wages; investment in skills shortages;
less sexism and ageism. One could go on . .
customers warned over new 'number spoofing'
con: 95% rise in telephone banking thefts as
fraudsters are impersonating firms on caller
ID to steal millions from accounts.
built my own £20,000 flood defence.
Probably what the regime is waiting for everyone
to do. Trouble is, not a lot of homeowners have
got £20,000 to spare for DIY flood defences.
10 review: Think VERY carefully before you upgrade.
people have no interest in creating a 'smart
phone? Here's how to repair it. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/01/broken-phone-heres-how-to-repair-it/
I keep mine in My Little Pony lunchbox where
it once survived a falling tree. Wow!
10 business ideas & opportunities for 2016.
Life-Changing Decisions Successful Entrepreneurs
Make Early On. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/New-and-Noteworthy/fl/5-Life-Changing-Decisions-Successful-Entrepreneurs-Make-Early-On.htm?utm_content=5818083&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
to Do When Your Business Fails Miserably.
Emergency cash to get businesses trading again
after storms: Government offers £6million
in grants for up to 2,500 firms. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3380373/Emergency-cash-businesses-trading-Storm-Eva-Government-offers-6million-grants-2-500-firms.html
In 'grants', eh? About the same as Ingerlandt's
Nazi regime spends in one week murdering civilians
in Syria and Iraq (in its phoney 'war'
on its own terrorist creation, ISIS.)
charges 10th Paris attacks suspect.
As all the Paris 'suspects' have either been
Belgian or French so far (and not Syrian), shouldn't
the French and the Coalition of Evil rescind
their declaration of war on (the legitimate
government of) Syria and start bombing itself,
organised correctly, this should provide a huge
boost to the long-suffering tourist industry,
attracting selfie-taking charlies from the whole
fake world of social media to photo themselves
with slums and banlieues burning in the background.
It should even generate enough surplus revenue
to pay for an international war crimes tribunal
- which would probably stay in business for
the next fifty years.
hit hard in 2015 as consumers enjoy unprecedented
culture inquiry shelved by regulator FCA.
WHAT a surprise!!! Not that we need an enquiry
to start hanging bankers, as some politicians
have already suggested. And who have not been
imprisoned by a Nazi-sympathiser judge just
for making truthful observations. (Same public
school, Masonic lodge or Friends of Israel,
boss given Damehood despite 'abysmal' customer
For services rendered to American Big Corp
and other, assorted snouts-in-the-trough, no
to alert users when they are victims of 'state-sponsored'
Like HMRC sticking their bent snouts into
your private affairs, do they mean?
property owners 'can solve UK housing crisis'
by releasing land. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/12074796/Wealthy-property-owners-can-solve-UK-housing-crisis-by-releasing-land.html
To allow more 'affordable' housing to be
built? Now where have we heard that grasping
bastards' mantra before? Hundreds of times.
And of course, just which Nazi regime do these
wealthy landowners vote for? 'And will
there also be a gong with that so we can cuddle
up to the rest of your social dross, Prime Minister?'
biggest housebuilders are already sitting on
enough land for 600,000 new homes.
(How did this article get in here?)
to let customers pay in installments.
Just like old-fashioned corner shops used
to do, then? Before American credit cards and
payday loan companies came along.
shop and church among new sites for Post Office
spending mistakes entrepreneurs make. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/12/31/major-spending-mistakes-entrepreneurs-make/
Cash Flow Problems That Will Kill Your Small
Ways to Give Your Small Business a Money Makeover.
ways to use silica bags. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/silica-bags-ten-uses-a6790896.html
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