Brilliant series, let down by its final episode, which sort of imploded into mediocre.
Spring at last.
We managed 13° in Sunshine Friday (17/03) it felt like prising a door of possibilities open, just a hint. Cormorants drying their wings high up in a tree on the bank of the river Stour, where I live. That sun on the face – a real gift.
We’ve all been ‘running on empty’ for months.
Millions paid in bonuses to UK Silicon Valley Bank staff days after £1 rescue
6pm news. 28.02.23 – Captain Sunak explains that N.Ireland is in the “Unbelievably unique” position of having access to EU markets, and UK markets.
Did anyone tell him that, without Brexit, so would the whole of the UK?
Speaking in Belfast today, the multi-millionaire was selling the ‘Windsor Framework’. Speaking of Windsor – wouldn’t you love to know the words exchanged between Ursula von der Leyen and King Charles?
UK interest rates are too high and may need cut – Bank of England’s Tenreyro
Nope. No they’re not. 4.5 to 5% would be about ‘level’.
If the Buy-to-Let crowd are bailing then, well, good! (Renters being pushed out at record high as BTL landlords seek to sell).
Tough right now, but it’ll level out – the whole Housing association/ BTL situation is sickening. Homes are to live in. Prices are disgusting. And no council houses being built as a safety net.
What a bloody mess.
Shortfall of 330,000 workers in UK due to Brexit, say thinktanks
Guardian – 28-11-2022
Not good enough guys, not good enough by a long long way.
“where communities . . . .” needs rinsing out, the greatest percentage of objections always hark from those who cite ‘eyesore’ on the landscape or horizon – forget it! That chance, that argument has flown – no-one has the right to object to Windfarms on these farcical grounds alone.
But it’s bigger than that isn’t it? No 10 set to “allow” what the fuck? Are you saying they were disallowed previously? Unfuckingbelieveable.
Even a country’s Government shouldn’t have power over this – it’s the PLANET stupid!
Spanish minister urges Sunak to commit to climate crisis fight
At least SOMEONE has the measure of the Tories
Mining giant Glencore flew cash bribes to Africa via private jet, UK court hears
Healy said there was a “stark contrast between the true culture of the company and that set out in” its anti-money laundering policies.
One down, a few hundred to go, methinks.