- Lundy Bay to Polzeath, via The Rumps and Pentire Head. One of the best walks in Britain. 24 minutes ago
- Self-employed: 14% of employed workforce, 19% of tax credit claimants. http://t.co/61judEG5lp Who'd a guessed? Via @StrongerInNos 10 hours ago
- RT @johnb78: It's not a "paradox" that coal is booming in Germany - it is a direct consequence of ignorant anti-nuclear scumbags http://t.c… 10 hours ago
- RT @LSEEuroppblog: EU economic governance is blurring the boundaries between EU competences and domestic sovereignty bit.ly/1nlKKcv 10 hours ago
- RT @Oleuanna: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ http://t.co/Gq97V9guI1 10 hours ago
- @jdportes Given the age of their readers, it's odd that they are complaining about paying tax to fund pensions. 12 hours ago
- RT @Gilesyb: The fast rise in low paid self employment is surely a sign of significant economic slack economist.com/news/finance-a… 20 hours ago
- RT @EconBizFin: What explains the surge in self-employment? econ.st/1hLXrH5 20 hours ago
- @lordbonkers Leicestershire seems to have a lot of gated roads. Haven't seen as many anywhere else. 21 hours ago
- RT @lordbonkers: Liberal England: A Leicestershire signpost bit.ly/1ld0WtW http://t.co/lhcHn8rwkt 21 hours ago
- RT @Paul0Evans1: Just did something 'unreconstructed'. Sat in the bath drinking a bottle of Mild. #win wiped out tho cos I bought the Mild … 21 hours ago
- RT @FlipChartCat: How the hell does stuff like this go on for so long? justgiving.com/The-Loft-Cats-… 21 hours ago
- Comparative recovery
- The social media pillory
- More freelancers than public employees: Is that really a Good Thing?
- Waiting in vain for the rebound
- Is the state shrinking?
- The working poor and the welfare cap
- Public finances: The picture is largely unchanged
- Is wealth inequality just getting back to normal?
- Bob Crow
- What happens when the pensions run out?
- Work in 2030: Even more precarious than it is now
- The 4G workplace
Category Archives: Shooting the Breeze
Today is the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. To be more accurate, it was at 5.30 this morning, London time. That’s the point when the sun reached the Tropic of Capricorn, its furthest point away from us. Today is … Continue reading