Category Archives: General

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How Bill can sort it

This is preposterous! First Microsoft bullies the world into spending good money on buying a well-dodgy operating system with flaws in it; then when that system is used to attack the world, accuses governments of not spending even more money … Continue reading

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Time to count the cost…. ?

Today’s disgraceful kerfuffle in the British NHS should be a potent warning to anyone concerned with public-facing IT services — don’t ever allow yourself to become dependent on a single (and foreign) source of computer operating system — particularly one … Continue reading

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One law for the rich….

So no-one is going to face any charges over manifestly corrupt election practices, eh ? This can only add to the immense discomfort and sense of outrage increasingly felt by a large proportion of a population which is regularly walked … Continue reading

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B I T C H !

As a man who lived through, and shared the pain of a partner who suffered three heartbreaking miscarriages, I find Andrea Leadsom’s smug comments on motherhood offensive; and above all, immensely bitchy. (And I base this not on what The … Continue reading

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An everyday story of toryfolk….

You couldn’t make it up, could you ? Send it to Hollywood as a script, and they’d turn it down. Having campaigned very hard — and succeeded — to needlessly dump Britain totally in the doo-doo, the two principal characters … Continue reading

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Policy — or Personality ?

The chaos and confusion that David Cameron has caused by criminally walking away from his duty to lead this country as Prime Minister — simply because he can’t be arsed to do what the people have asked of him (after … Continue reading

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The Kraken has woken (2)

Of course, with hindsight, it is obvious that something new and possibly dangerous to the nation was stirring in the depths when Jeremy Corbyn was so startlingly elected Leader of the Labour Party last year. When you think about it … Continue reading

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The Kraken has woken (1)

Well, this is exactly what you should expect to happen when you let the Toryfilth “govern” a country. First, they let a private individual with a personal gripe against Europe define their party policy (and hence that of the country) … Continue reading

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