Fib Dems update

Posted on Feb 4, 2013 in Politics | one comment

Lib Dem Chris Huhne supporting the Boys in Blue While sorry that a talented person has been brought down by his own hubris it is strange that former Liberal Democrat Climate Minister Chris Huhne who has been telling us he is innocent for months now pleads guilty! It’s as bad as all those very innocent […]

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It’s the economy, stupid!

Posted on Jan 6, 2013 in Britain | Comments Off on It’s the economy, stupid!

Call me Dave The Banks and speculators left us bankrupt with over £300 Bn having gone directly in support to the UK banking sector and in QE increasing money supply to banks since 2008. Labour coped well in stabilising country / world since 2008. So much money is being wasted by this government in its […]

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Maria Miller’s Daily Grind

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 in London | Comments Off on Maria Miller’s Daily Grind

David Cameron has given his support to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Maria Miller, after the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards opened an inquiry into her expenses. The prime minister said his culture secretary had “excellent answers” to questions about her expenses claims. Labour MP John Mann submitted a complaint about her […]

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McAlpine’s Fusiliers

Posted on Nov 16, 2012 in Politics | 4 comments

Glenfinnan Viaduct I’m taking a big risk with the famously even handed British libel laws for the rich which have made London a mecca for Libel Tourists. However I can share with you that Sir Robert McAlpine, nicknamed “Concrete Bob”, founded the British construction firm now known as Sir Robert McAlpine. He made his name […]

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March against austerity

Posted on Oct 20, 2012 in London | Comments Off on March against austerity

  At today’s 20th October TUC March against Austerity Labour leader Ed Miliband dubbed the Prime Minister “clueless” today as he joined the huge protest against the Government’s austerity measures. More than 150,000 people took part in the demonstration in London, which heard calls for a general strike. There were also demonstrations in Cardiff, Glasgow […]

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The Daily Heil Blair Vile Vendetta

Posted on Aug 19, 2012 in Politics | 2 comments

The Daily Heil’s No 2 and No 1 enemies     The Daily Heil’s Blair Bile Vendetta continues unabated after many years with the article on the link below about Cherie Blair. I’m sure they’ll publish my comment as their Editor Paul Dacre is such a strong supporter of a “Free and open press.” Dacre […]

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Lord Sugah and I

Posted on May 3, 2012 in London | Comments Off on Lord Sugah and I

  Tweets across the ocean – From a humble wage slave @daithaic on Mayoral Election day in damp London Town to the illustrious Labour Peer Lord Sugar (aka Chairman Al) @Lord_Sugar in his splendido mansion in Boca Raton, Florida. Lord Sugar ‏ @Lord_Sugar Take a look at what I’ve said about Ken Livingstone in the Sun on Sunday http://www.amshold.com/social_media/ChairmanAl.htm […]

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Back Ken, Sack Boris

Posted on May 2, 2012 in London | Comments Off on Back Ken, Sack Boris

Ken Livingstone – Better value for London every time!     The Mayor of London election tomorrow between Ken Livingstone (for Labour) and Boris Johnson (for the Tories, although he wants you to forget that) is the largest personal electoral mandate in Europe after the President of France. It is a touchstone election – here […]

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Ken’s figures add up

Posted on May 2, 2012 in London | Comments Off on Ken’s figures add up

Letter in the Guardian Newspaper 2nd May 2012 I worked in Transport for London finance for over 20 years until January, producing the management reports that were used to run the underground. In my opinion Ken Livingstone has provided an accurate assessment of TfL’s finances (Editorial, 1 May). His fares cut is entirely affordable. Many […]

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My fellow Americans….

Posted on Apr 11, 2012 in Politics | Comments Off on My fellow Americans….

    When Rick Santorum suspended his campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination on Tuesday, a few political pundits opined that Santorum never had a serious chance at winning the nomination anyway because he was too right wing. This is a politician so impressive that the voters of Pennsylvania rejected him in 2006 and he […]

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