Category Archives: London

The ridiculousness of market fluctuations

Yesterday, I listened with interest to Ed Milliband’s speech at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. In case you’ve been outside the news bubble for the last 24 hours or so, he stated that, if the Labour Party were to … Continue reading

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Why we can’t have referendum on Europe right now

There’s been a lot of talk about the need for a “mandate” in Europe lately. This is a fairly new word in politics-speak and what it means is that some politicians think that the electorate have never been asked for … Continue reading

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Where the blame should really lie

D and I travelled to London on Tuesday for a romantic overnight break in the city. We saw a fantastic show, stayed in a gorgeous hotel and ate some wonderful food. It was pretty perfect, in fact. However, somewhere between … Continue reading

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