Monthly Archives: May 2016

The ‘Too Big to Fail’ phenomenon.

We heard a lot about the  ‘too big to fail’ phenomenon in relation to banks and other financial institutions. The idea was that because they were so big, with such wide ranging influence and access to resources, they must be … Continue reading

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A Great Piece from Boris…

… with not a trace of buffoonery 🙂 You can read it below or find it yourself here       posted on Facebook 30/05/2016 “Yes indeed, let us talk about economics. Let’s look at the real economic impact of the European … Continue reading

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Austerity Measures Harming Economic Growth

I read this article in The Guardian. You can find it here. Apparently the latest report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has discovered, at long last, that subjecting people to austerity measures actually harms economic growth. If you restrict … Continue reading

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Running Blindly Over The Cliff.

I find it really depressing that people are so convinced that the UK would not have been able to achieve clean air, good farming methods, workers rights, women’s rights and all the rest of it without the EU forcing us … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the EU

I found this on Facebook this week: “All next week, BBC Breakfast is running a special series called EU Decide to help you make sense of the issues and differences between the Remain and Leave parties. With a month to … Continue reading

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Are Boris Johnson’s buffoonery and outrageous statements a way of getting our attention?

Ever wondered whether Boris acts the fool and makes outrageous statements on purpose? Consider these quotes: “True deliberate mistakes are expected… to fail and not be worth the cost of the experiment…. But if such a mistake unexpectedly succeeds… [it] … Continue reading

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