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- RT @AndrewLilico: My @conhome piece from ystrdy on why any EU renegotiation to protect non-€ members is unlikely to work after ~2020:http:/… 1 hour ago
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- RT @NewPolicyInstit: BLOG: Even working households need help to pay for ‘affordable housing’ npi.org.uk/blog/housing-a… #ukhousing #benefits ht… 1 hour ago
- RT @CllrAWallis: The Great War (World War One) explained if it was a bar fight #ww1 http://t.co/gkMxRa8qSr 1 hour ago
- RT @JohnRentoul: “No, we don’t want an in-out referendum”: Ed Miliband, right first time | @Independent Eagle Eye Blogs http://t.co/nmmAc1l… 2 hours ago
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- RT @UnlockDemocracy: We're marking 800 yrs of the Magna Carta If given the chance what would You prioritise in the Magna Carta? Tell us: ht… 2 hours ago
- @richard__norton @Independent Hardly. He was elected twice and all strikes had majority support. 2 hours ago
- RT @gjmoran1: @Independent yep, Bob Crow disrupted my commute twice in four years. Rail bosses, about twice a week. 2 hours ago
- RT @Independent: Bob Crow stood almost alone in defence of values long since swept away by the brutal post-Thatcher consensus http://t.co/k… 2 hours ago
- RT @DavidKeo: ED Miliband is to deny you the right to make a cretinous, ill-informed choice about Europe. thedailymash.co.uk/politics/polit… 2 hours ago
- What happens when the pensions run out?
- Work in 2030: Even more precarious than it is now
- The 4G workplace
- America: Not a small business country
- Will the shift to self employment change our politics?
- Why the middle-classes are not as posh as they used to be
- What should they know of English who only English know?
- The migration to self-employment may outlast the recession
- Floods: If you’re far enough from a river, you’re safe, right?
- Self-employment since the crash: Numbers up, earnings down
- Tax rises ahead
- Hierarchy redux
Monthly Archives: February 2013
If organisational culture were a person he’d be feeling utterly hacked off by now. Rarely consulted about anything that happens in the organisation, he always takes the heat when things go wrong. Culture, it seems, is to blame for the … Continue reading
There are fewer people cheering on the rise in self-employment these days. Even the Daily Mail was pretty downbeat about the most recent statistics. There’s still the odd one though. The Telegraph’s Robert Colville reckons it “might just save Britain’s … Continue reading
The Institute of Fiscal Studies released its Green Budget this week. I looks pretty grim. Two and a half years on from its 2010 spending review, the government’s assumptions about deficit reduction have proved to be way wide of the … Continue reading
The number of self-employed people has reached yet another record high. According to the BBC, the government’s work programme advisors have been helping things along by advising people to set up their own businesses. Doubtless, they would claim that they … Continue reading
Spending nearly half of January out of the country was a good idea. I not only missed most of the bad weather but I also got around to reading Why Nations Fail, as number of you suggested I should. It is, … Continue reading