Last week’s economics essay generated some interesting responses, four of which prompt me to expand on their subject matter. 1 – Understanding the relationship between imports and exports The first of these expressed some puzzlement [more…]
The debacle over BREXIT within the UK Parliament, is a prime example of the failure of the selection process for Members of Parliament to weed out people who have no relevant experience. The Prime Minister [more…]
Cameron: “This UKIP Farage thing is haemorrhaging our voter base, as well as the Labour party, Lord Soros is not pleased with our progress, let’s deal with it, let’s fix a Referendum vote to Remain [more…]
“On her hands and knees, she was, Gidders,” brayed David Cameron, chuckling maniacally and throwing back his throbbing, boiled ham head. “You jolly well should have seen her – prostrate on the floor, clawing away [more…]
Due to the disastrous Brexit Crisis (where both the FTSE 100 and 250 crashed upwards) and that David Cameron is resigning from his position as MP, it has been found out that Cast Iron production [more…]
Just finished watching Laura cuntsberg’s documentary on BREXIT. By jolly the BEEB aren’t even trying to hide their bitterness over the result. They’ve pulled out all the old characters. Ken Clarke telling us how holding [more…]
‘The more things change, the more they remain the same’ is a French quip which applies perfectly to what we’re seeing yet again in our media, now campaigning a l’outrance for Ms May. The self-proclaimed [more…]
The post title is mine, the cartoon heading Don’s. Best entry in the comments wins a prize – see below.