Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bring in the Cavalry, we’re heading for the fan

The impression this week is that the west is heading for a train crash and the driver has jumped overboard. All hope lies with the guard who is frantically blowing his whistle, shouting danger ahead, with no effect. Although could … Continue reading

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Amazon’s slow tax delivery

As a big fan of Amazon it was disappointing to read an article in today’s Daily Telegraph, tweeted by Rober Peston, about there being no evidence that Amazon pay any UK Corporation Tax. Now maybe they claim they’ve just opened a new … Continue reading

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Opinion Polls since the election

In the months after the election Labour increased their share of the vote and the Coalition parties lost theirs until it stabilised early this year.  It is now fairly common to see Labour 42%, Cons 36%, LibDems 9%. It can be fairly … Continue reading

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