Monthly Archives: March 2017

Peak Tory

The problem for Theresa May is that she’s trying to appear to be a very strong leader, by doing everything that everyone else wants her to do. A strong leader wouldn’t be in her position; a strong leader would have

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Neuroma…

Unfortunately the Morton’s neuroma in my left foot has not improved. Or, more accurately: It started to improve, then I did too much and it got worse again. I ran last week on Saturday and Sunday. It had been hurting

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MYSTERIOUS

Last night I was awoken very suddenly at 4:40AM by the doorbell. I also had the impression that I’d heard a car door close a few seconds before the doorbell. I spent my early 20s devouring everything I could about

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Pre-brexit

Today has had the following exciting stories: 1. David Davis admits to the commons that he hasn’t done any analysis over what effect a ‘no deal’ would have upon the economy, doesn’t know what the tech industry’s state will be

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They can take our lives…

Top grade political trolling from Nicola Sturgeon. A50 is almost imminent, and she has thrown a spanner into the works by making it look like Scotland is about 50% likely to leave the UK within the next few years. Her

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Boring budgets

I found the budget sleep inducing, and that’s just reading the summary highlights. This might be an important point, because in the Osborne era you (and by which I mean most working people) always had the emotional feeling that you

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BREXIT REVIEW SO FAR

It’s March now which means it’s almost Article 50 time! Let’s have a quick review of the main recent events until now. David Davis seems to have started the “managing expectations” phase. Competent managers do this all the way through

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