- RT @SimonTilford: How did Britain get itself into such an unholy mess over the EU? A misplaced sense of exceptionalism explains a lot. http… 2 hours ago
- RT @anastasiakeeley: .@pblest worked for months on this piece about how the Left can win in the south, so excited to finally publish it htt… 3 hours ago
- RT @TheEconomist: As long as the government stays in denial about Brexit’s drawbacks, Britain is on course for disaster. Our cover https://… 3 hours ago
- RT @TonysAngle: So what happens if the 'promise' isn't met? Do those who have gone bankrupt get their businesses back? And the unemployed,… 3 hours ago
- RT @NinetyFive_UK: Hats off to Coventry Cathedral for this. #ThursdayThoughts https://t.co/XACRpE47je 5 hours ago
- RT @IanDunt: This is the right approach. No Westminster stitch-up, no replay, but a vote on the final terms. twitter.com/patrick_kidd/s… 5 hours ago
- RT @Remoaniac: Please RT your congratulations to @vincecable new leader of the @LibDems You have our full support - let's prepare for that… 5 hours ago
- RT @NsNrs1: New essay on #charities and public trust by Jill Halford & myself @NPCthinks #StateoftheSector essays bit.ly/2gMJDIL 5 hours ago
- RT @paul1kirby: Government debt per capita. By country. @OECD chart https://t.co/sD3neGtuOy 5 hours ago
- RT @TimHarford: “The only reason we wouldn’t come to a deal is if politics gets in the way.” ft.com/content/4f1310… "If"? That ship sailed… 5 hours ago
- RT @leftoutside: It's odd to see one man take the credit for protecting the status quo. 5 hours ago
- RT @leftoutside: What I find odd about this is the suggestion we've left behind some shameful age where the British we didn't like the empi… 5 hours ago
- An honest debate about austerity and tax
- The end of the state-shrinking dream
- A UK-EU customs union: An option most of us could live with?
- Has insecurity peaked?
- When trying to increase your pay was dangerous
- Is austerity over?
- The end of the Long 90s
- Brexit: Are we facing a workforce crunch?
- Pay attention business: politics is back!
- Employers: It’s your job to get migration down to 100,000
- The Red Tory moment
- AI: Still not clever enough to be allowed out on its own
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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Well, OK that was just a Daily Mail style headline designed to get a few cheap hits. I wouldn’t be surprised if a similar headline appears in the newspapers before the end of the day though. One of the groups … Continue reading
Dress down angst has been a recurring theme on this blog but here’s a new twist on it from one worried banker: I feel that I have lost touch with society since I don’t even know what to wear to a … Continue reading
Here’s something that made me laugh on my journey into town last week. I was following the Twitterings of John Band on my iPhone. Well you’ve got to do something when you can’t get a seat on the Tube. His comment … Continue reading
Bankers and other City workers have, according to the Evening Standard, been told to dress down on 1 April to avoid being targeted by protesters on Financial Fools’ Day. Apparently, some companies are also telling employees to avoid the corporate dress-down uniform. It … Continue reading
I’m going to be otherwise engaged for most of this week, so there won’t be much blogging going on. A story has been doing the rounds on US blogs about a woman who seems to have Twittered away a job with Cisco. After an … Continue reading
Yesterday, I was looking at comparative levels of union membership in developed countries. I really do need to get out more. The two sets of figures from the OECD (follow the link on this blog) and the European Trade Union Institute … Continue reading
Remember Alistair Darling’s plans to cut public sector back-office costs by 30 per cent? Well it seems it’s not happening quickly enough. Mr Darling’s sidekick, Yvette Cooper, has written to other ministers demanding cuts in finance, HR and IT functions. According … Continue reading