Posts Tagged ‘ UK ’

Economics nuggets 2

Oct 26th, 2011 | By

UK Economy and Banks – Two people ask for help, one is drowniing he other thirsty, the water will be given to the drowning




Whatley Manor – Near Malmesbury – Wiltshire – UK

Jul 25th, 2011 | By

Country Inns and hotels sometimes please and occasionally disappoint. I am not going to waste your time with a lengthy tome on sadness or lack, but offer a note about a place I will stay one day, in fact I would have to cancel other plans, happily, to stay at Whatley Manor. On occasion an
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In reply to Travelodge (UK) guest survey 24 April 2011

Apr 24th, 2011 | By

In reply to Travelodge guest survey 24 April 2011 Very impressed by the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff at the Wymondley Travelodge…all of them. Dismayed at the submission to the fascist Health and Safety regime in the UK that means (or is your excuse perhaps??!!!) for not allowing access to the balconies at the
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Suffolk gallery

Aug 4th, 2010 | By
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Woodbridge, Wikham Market, Aldeborough, Hemligham Hall and gardens…




Public sector inertia, Atlas shrugged in Australia, India by luxury train

Jul 1st, 2010 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. The Great Inertia Sector: A whistleblower’s account of council work where staff pull six-month sickies Monday morning, it’s 10am and I’m late for work – but there’s no point hurrying because even though I should have been at my desk 30 minutes ago, I know I’ll
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Artificial life, Norman Macrae, One Law for All

Jun 22nd, 2010 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. The unacknowledged giant – Norman Macrae Few journalists have had as great an influence—or been proved right so often—as the man who, for 23 years, was the deputy editor of The Economist […] He kept the flame of free-market thinking burning during the long night of
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