A story from the Birmingham Post illustrates what he’s up to.
The possibility that global warming might have something to do with the extraordinary weather is now rapidly floating up the agenda
Alex Salmond is now a man without a plan. He is offering Scots a future of uncertainty and instability. Threats of a debt default leaving Scotland and Scots with a bad credit rating. No idea which currency we would be transitioning to.
There must be no return to Brownite splurges – we must have the discipline to take care of people’s hard-earned taxes.
How are the UK Independence Party managing expectations? Today’s ICM poll in the Guardian prompts in public the question the Tories have been asking in private for some weeks. Conservative MPs, largely through panic, have been predicting that Ukip will walk the European elections and come first.
Scientists have prejudices too
Danny Gabay’s Fathom Consulting is rarely anything other than controversial in its views about the UK economy, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint in it’s latest musings.
Recently, a thoughtful reader sent me a receipt. It was issued to her father a hundred years ago this month. It’s for a worsted suit and some trousers, made for him by his tailor in Glasgow. The paper is yellowed and a bit faded, but the penny red stamp is bright and the copperplate “with thanks” above the confident signature is clear.
Now a flooding blame game is underway, what is the best way to quench public anger, unite ministers and demonstrate Government activity?
Labour is planning another raid on our savings, and the other parties are little better
We could be seven months away from the end of Britain. It’s time to worry
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