- Dons v Dons next season then. m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football… 4 hours ago
- I suppose a joke about being careful who you share a platform with would be cheap and really obvious. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politi… 4 hours ago
- RT @sarahoconnor_: It's the politics, stupid. Must-read for those who say EU will be nice to UK post-Brexit cos we buy their exports https:… 4 hours ago
- RT @sarahoconnor_: V interesting piece on the gradual intellectual shifts taking place inside the @IMF... twitter.com/sdonnan/status… 4 hours ago
- @JayneHarrison3 @Jo_Coaches @KateGL Thanks folks 4 hours ago
- Took less than 2 days for @FlipChartKitz to make co-ordinated charges at the doors of rooms they're not allowed into. 10 hours ago
- RT @marcuschown: She wrote the most important astronomy PhD of the 20th century. Yet hardly anyone knows her name https://t.co/Tzb14hZOCn 11 hours ago
- @Longshanks1307 Perhaps it got lost in The Wash... @holland_tom 11 hours ago
- RT @RF_McCarthy: @stephenkb on fine form again today: newstatesman.com/politics/uk/20… https://t.co/sWxb6f8F6Q 12 hours ago
- RT @LSEpoliticsblog: Banking cultures, land valuation, and 'doom loops' (or, why you can't afford a house in the UK) buff.ly/1UhcOxk 1 day ago
- RT @Gilesyb: Difficult to read Treasury analyses of Brexit without wondering, repeatedly, "why did you fools allow this vote?" https://t.co… 1 day ago
- RT @WhitefordPeter: The trade-off between efficiency and equity | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal voxeu.org/article/trade-… 1 day ago
- Choose your elites – I’ll go with the ones that have done some proper work
- The ageing society – it’s a global thing
- After Brexit: Fewer immigrants or just different immigrants?
- Talent on tap but productivity splutters
- What happens when the tax credits go?
- Are we prepared for a low growth world?
- Brexit is a one-way door
- Fishing for red herrings
- Current account deficit rains on George Osborne’s parade
- UK employers pillaging Europe’s talent
- Another threat to the deficit target: Tory MPs
- Self-employed slide further into poverty
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Monthly Archives: November 2008
Just seen this on HR Wench’s blog. For a UK version, you’d have to replace Paulson with Darling, and AIG, Citigroup and Fannie and Freddie with Northern Rock, HBOS and RBS, but the principle is the same.
Funny how things can change in the course of just a few days. The Public Sector Rich List, published by the Taxpayers’ Alliance earlier this week, is already out of date. Top of the list was Iain Coucher, Chief Executive of … Continue reading
Maximum respect to Dawn Spalding, editor of Personnel Today, who managed to get a post up at 8.30 this morning about last night’s Personnel Today Awards. I was at the party until 2.30am too and I didn’t wake up until … Continue reading
They may read the Financial Times every day but it seems that a lot of bankers still don’t get what’s happening. For many, life in the financial sector is going on pretty much as it did before. The Telegraph has been … Continue reading
I suppose this was inevitable. At least one of the people outed as BNP members last week is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Guru has a wry take on it here, predicting that the embarrassed … Continue reading
A quote from terrorism specialist Evan Kohlmann on the Rush Limbaugh show: Al-Qaeda itself has had problems with racism and bigotry within the ranks, and it was only about a decade and a half ago that Al-Qaeda was paying different salaries … Continue reading
The media have been voyeuristically poring over the leaked BNP membership lists, trying to find something or someone interesting enough to write about. Even the Financial Times, where the letters BNP usually refer to a French bank, has this handy little tool to help … Continue reading