Monthly Archives: August 2010

Budget Progressive or Regressive

Today the IFS issued a report sponsored by two social welfare groups that concludes that by 2014 the very poorest will be hit hardest by the Coalition Budget. The main issue seems to revolve around an outcome in 2014 which … Continue reading

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University worth the bills?

It is commonly said that those who go to university earn £100,000 more than those who don’t so they can pay more for their education.  I know several people who went to University in the last 10 years and gained a degree but … Continue reading

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Climate Change or freak weather

Here in the North West of England, the home of water, we have the very unusual event of a hosepipe ban and the reservoirs are well down.  There was  a dry spell in Spring but since then it seems to have … Continue reading

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Coalition still the right decision

Despite the novelty of the coalition wearing off it is still the best option.  This is true even after the public discomfort of those on the right of the Conservatives and the left of the LibDems, and the Labour Party and media trying … Continue reading

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Coalition week good or bad

Is it that bad news stays in the mind longer than good news. Is it hard for a government to actually create good news. Looking back on the week recollections are about council housing which was sparked by David Cameron last … Continue reading

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