Well it has been a funny old week in British politics, unless of course you were unfortunate enough to hear Philip Hammond's budget funnies. His budget made as much sense as a Louise Mensch Sunday Politics interview,.. and she makes David Icke appear rational. So as the wheels fell off the budget, and 'Spreadshit' Phil became as popular with Tory backbenchers as Douglas Carswell at a Nigel Farage dinner, the
Water is Wet, Red roses are red and Politicians lie to us, we expect them to, it has become the norm, and we have become so well-conditioned, that we just don’t care anymore. Luckily, my family were all out at the gym last night because I was watching the TV news coverage of the Conservative party budget in the UK yesterday, and getting rather animated at the TV set. If
After 65 years of the NHS, a service which has been the envy of the world, it appears that its days are numbered. In the last 5 years, private contracts have doubled to what is now almost €12bn a year in funding. Nice for, Bupa, Rich "Dickie" Branson and Jeremy Khunt (that's a silent K), but healthcare should not be about financial gain.
According to the FDIC, (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation), there are 6,799 registered banks in the US, but how many of those invest ethically ? Seven. Yes, seven. With figures like these, there really is only two real courses of action to make this world a better place. Either A, switch to one of the seven, or B, just line the other 6792 up against a wall and shoot them with