Polling Station - General Election 2017
Crime Fraud Politics

Wrong and Unable

Well its only week 345 of the general election, and my blisters have got blisters on, but not on my feet, oh no, nothing so comfy, they're on my ears from hearing the phrase 'Strong and stable' ad nauseum, (When in fact the words "Piss-poor" and "Deranged" would surely be more applicable. Theresa May is as strong and stable as Tim Farron's flowing fringe. The main story of the week
Finance Fraud Politics

A Nice Business To Do People With (The Atlantic Bridge)

In 1997, Liam Fox founded a Think Tank called Atlantic Bridge under the patronage of Margaret Thatcher Past directors, or “Advisory Council” members of Atlantic Bridge included Michael Gove, George Osborne, William Hague, Boris Johnson, Norman Tebbit, Malcom Rifkind and Chris Grayling. If you wanted to cast a net over this lot, they would all be found clustered together way over on the extreme right hand side of British politics.
Fraud News Politics

UKIP, Dead but won’t lie down, (the gift that keeps on taking).

Meet Richard Billington, a UKIPPER of very little principle, and judging by the Emails he puts his name to, he is a complete and utter moron. From his pre-election blurb: - Richard, who lives in Foxton near Market Harborough, taught for 14 years and now runs a financial services limited company. He joined UKIP in 1990. Richard, said: “Should you elect me, my focus would be to serve the electorate
Sutton FC Wayne Shaw eating a pie
Football Fraud

Betting Scandal in FA Cup

Brits love betting, football and pie in equal measure and all three were in full effect when fifth division Sutton United hosted Premiership giants Arsenal in the FA Cup (which as any self respecting football fan knows, is still the best competition in the world bar none). Sutton's second goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, is shall we say, a bit on the larger side than your usual footballer so a betting provider
Finance Fraud

Bankers caught at it again.

It turns out that widespread and longstanding failures by the Royal Bank of Scotland (Now part of the Lloyds Banking group), have been causing some concern to the authorities. Way back around 2007/9, 28 struggling small businesses in the Reading area seem to have been given loans by RBS that did not comply with that banks official lending policy (You can say that again!) Senior banker at the RBS, Lynden