Nigel Farage is fired from the sky news debate for punching VAT into place, sparking protesters armed with jazz hands to storm a local pub. Or something like that. The date is the 28th of March, 2015, and this is This Weeks News
A stronger economy and a fairer society Enabling every person to get on in life Liberal Democrat Pre-Manifesto 2014 Policy Paper 121 Liberal Democrat Pre-Manifesto 2015 PDF Contents Introduction by Nick Clegg Record of Delivery – Promise of More Responsible Finances: balancing the budget Shared Prosperity: building a sustainable economy Family Finances: real help to […]
Austerity economics isn’t going to work, well it is LONG term but it’s damn painful to society, but that’s what we are getting from the Conservative government, but what’s the alternative to tough government cuts and austere times? Full employment economics in my option. Why Government Austerity Doesn’t Work Most economists agree economic growth is […]
I’m seeing quite a few comments on my politics site about Climate Change Conspiracy Theories etc… and having a scientific background thought I’d throw a challenge out to those who are climate change skeptics. Definition of Climate Change Climate change is defined by a statistically significant change in global weather patterns over time frames of […]
The UK Alternative Vote referendum on May 5th 2011 doesn’t appear to be catching the public’s attention, no one appears to care! AV Referendum NO Campaign “I believe in the principle of one person, one vote, but AV will mean the votes of some people get counted more than others,” Mr Cameron will say. David […]
Al-Qaeda Leader and international terrorist Osama Bin Laden is dead. He was killed by American special forces on 1st May 2011 in a compound near Islamabad, Pakistan. “Justice has been done,” US President Barrack Obama The Pakistani Taliban are already threatening reprisal attacks against the US and Pakistani politicians.
Local elections will take place on Thursday 5 May 2011 in 279 English local authorities. Elections will also be held on the same day to the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and Northern Ireland Assembly. In Northern Ireland, elections to the existing 26 local councils are also due to be held on 5 May […]
Conservative Chancellor George Osborne sets out his plans to restart Britain’s flagging economy when he delivers a “Budget for growth”. Is this a budget for growth when all economic signs point to stagflation (stagnant growth and inflation!).