Theresa Trump
Politics

Fifty Shades of Magnolia

As we enter the second week of the 'most important general election of a generation' according to Theresa May, and a phrase never over used, she still has not demurred from her 'Fifty Shades of Magnolia' platitudes, promising absolutely nothing, and likely to deliver very much less for the hard working families that her lousy party has impoverished. The one highlight in this “B4 election (Biased Brexit Based Bullshit) is
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.
Ronald_McDonald_Trump
Finance Politics

Not A Happy Meal In Sight.

It's been a week that was a tale of two Donald's, neither of which are a “Happy Meal”, for the people of the world. The car crash presidency stumbles along like a knackered three-wheeled golf cart, stuffed with bloated; factious; wig wearing; knuckle dragging dullards, and now our only hope is impeachment of The Donald, which seems as likely as R2-D2 being able to find a geriatric Jedi in the
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
Don n Rupe
Finance Politics

A free market economy? Pull the middle one, its got bells on!

“We live in a free market”, “The markets decide our future”, “Let the market decide”, “It’s a free market economy”. Have you read anything along those lines recently? The chances are you have, but unless you are an economist or a person who follows these things closely, there is also a good chance that you really do believe we live in a Free Market Economy. Belief in “Free Markets” will