Most of the world takes it for granted that central banks are necessary for the smooth conduct of trade, both foreign and domestic. Nothing could be further from the truth. Let’s be clear. Central banks [more…]
Question Time 14th February 2019 Venue: Aylesbury Question Time 14th February 2019 Aylesbury: voted 50.5% to Leave. Panel Jacob Rees Mogg (Leaver) Lisa Nandy (Remainer) Grace Blakeley (Marxist Leaver) Geoff Norcutt (Comedian. Leaver) Jimmy Wales [more…]
Graphic EJ – Updated by Sam. Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate from Aylesbury. Set your Disqus comments to ‘newest’. Do not post music videos during QT.
One of the most commonly cited arguments initially against Brexit, and now against a no-deal scenario, is the towering threat of businesses leaving the UK. A great many campaigners and leading figures of the Remain [more…]
Two weeks after setting forth from Croydon we finally free-wheeled into St.Nazaire on the southern coast of Brittany, somewhat short of our initial target of St.Tropez. The tandem and single bike had survived various alarms [more…]
Link to PMQs on Parliament TV, or watch on GP TV. Agenda Oral questions: International Development (including Topical Questions) Prime Minister’s Question Time Ten Minute Rule Motion: Bus Drivers (Working Hours on Local Routes) Matt [more…]
“Hello, my name’s Pooh,” said WTP to the circle of animals sitting on the chairs in the village hall, “And I’m a Going Postal addict”. “Hello, Pooh,” they chorused. “We’ve all been there, Pooh,” said [more…]
The 2016 Referendum was a great success in terms of turnout and enthusiasm. The result, “Leave the EU” has yet to be achieved, it is resisted at every step by Theresa May’s Government, which Parliament [more…]