- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Except Lithuanian, perhaps... 1 hour ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Similar to ale. Scandinavian influence on the lingo? 1 hour ago
- RT @christopherhope: Danny makes his move. Chief secretary to the Treasury hints he wants to be LibDem leader. More here:http://t.co/Gbzt4n… 1 hour ago
- @AcademyOfRock Don't you have to be dead to be a saint? Only a matter of time though. 1 hour ago
- @TheSocBiz Las Vegas? 1 hour ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Is alu beer then? 1 hour ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Now order a beer. 1 hour ago
- RT @PinkWaferBelle: 18 men in Wales win equal pay claim in landmark case against university bit.ly/1iM1AQ0 1 hour ago
- @MayaDroeschler @a_hartenfeller @HR_Fairy @PeterMWald @MeraJobIndia @HR_Gem Thank you. 1 hour ago
- RT @AnnabelR4HR: Psychology professor Adrian Furnham warns that talent programmes can lead to arrogance ow.ly/w2TlX #HR 2 hours ago
- RT @Birdyword: One last plug - the deficit is falling but Plan A is long dead. cityam.com/blog/139825592… http://t.co/v5YOXdDe6z 2 hours ago
- RT @FredFredSanders: Great review that introduces Oakeshott to the uninitiated, then springs the surprise of the new stuff: http://t.co/ilq… 2 hours ago
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Category Archives: London
Doctors and managers in the NHS are often accused of shroud waving whenever cuts are proposed. You know how it goes, “Cut NHS budgets and thousands of people will diiiiie!!!” It’s usually enough to send most politicians running for cover. But the … Continue reading