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Save The High Street

Has your high street been crushed by bureaucracy? Independent small businesses have been under attack by increases in business rates and rents, coupled with the imposition of double yellow lines outside their premises and high local car parking charges. The … Continue reading

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Energy Price Fix

How to fix energy price tariffs The big six energy companies hide their charges by bamboozling customers with various tariffs and offers. When you are brave enough to switch you end up paying through the nose to another supplier.   … Continue reading

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Orwellian iSpy

Assuming the World is not key word digitally monitored is an extreme Orwellian denial. Continue reading

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Junkie Foods

Good grief! Products that are labelled as being made from high quality ingredients such as beef turn out to be the remnants of black beauty from some far off knacker’s yard in the back of beyond. Who can the consumer trust? Continue reading

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Trust the watchdog

Perhaps Mr Cameron should do away with tradition this year and draw up a list of those who will be losing their titles? The announcements would bring glad tidings and cheer to our depressed big society in these troubled times. Continue reading

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I don’t believe it!

Ever wondered why you left the UK? When you read some of these articles you will scream out “I don’t believe it!”   Home Office protects the privacy of on the run killers and rapists in the UK. The Home … Continue reading

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CrapAir

“It is hard to tell if you are male or female or had a sex change? Please take your shoes off?” The inspection is cut short as she is interrupted by her colleagues at the X-ray station. Continue reading

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Politics

Life as a public servant   Cold  Pensioners vs. Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith Have you and your wife worked all your lives since you left school? Are you both fully paid up with your qualifying National Insurance Contributions? Do … Continue reading

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Dead MP’s Walking

Ay oop! Drama at Westminster. Commons sense? ‘Never has so much been taken by so few’
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