Category Archives: Economics

World Mental Health Day

Isn’t it amazing that just a single day a year solves the entire world’s mental health problems? Sorry, I’m being facetious. I do believe in raising awareness and I do believe we need to remove the stigma of mental health … Continue reading

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She Rides

There is a simple joy to the sound of a car engine ticking over in a calm, not-completely-buggered manner. Well, not all engines: mine. My car engine ticked over in a calm, not-completely-buggered earlier today and my untrammelled joy might … Continue reading

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State Of The Nation

A social media site which generates influence and income akin to the world’s multinational conglomerate businesses harvesting and selling off data which can be used to sway decisions during key elections? The very thought. How dare we imagine that some … Continue reading

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Do The Barthes, Man

Observation: the UK and the USA are currently governed by figures who clearly don’t give a flying fuck about the lives of the citizens they are meant to represent yet the majority of those citizens seem content to lie back … Continue reading

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Not Yet Doing The Lambeth Walk

I can’t recall the last time I travelled to London on a train. A train? Ideas above my station (shit pun intended) and it must mean someone else is picking up the bill. Well yes, it does mean that but … Continue reading

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Coldy It’s Babe Outside

I went to the outside for a brief visit to the store earlier this evening. The snow that fell yesterday was covered with a layer of ice from the night and then another dusting of snow meaning my first steps … Continue reading

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Going Underground

Didn’t think I could get more depressed but yesterday’s news about the loss of £460 a month has achieved the impossible and made it seem like I was Cheeky Charlie The Upbeat Chappy before that news. I’ve contacted the Depression … Continue reading

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