down to see full list; previous
month's May 2016) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st June 2016
way of explanation. The
term 'home business' consists of two words.
'Business' is the second one; it's there to
qualify and support the word 'home' and all
that goes with it - and not vice versa. Consequently,
we also list below, items which are of interest
and value to the home. Whether in its context
as an office or as a part of your family and
lifestyle but always
directed at the improved prospects and enjoyment
that running a business from home, in its entirety,
For a current, multi-part
starting and running a
business from home,
go here: http://www.homebusiness.org.uk/features.htm
Business organisations react to EU Referendum
result. Business organisations have been
reacting to the result of the EU Referendum
and are calling on the Government for clarification
to ensure stability.
Cherry, National Chairman at the Federation
of Small Businesses (FSB) said: "The FSB
calls on the Government for clarity on what
these decisions now mean for business, including
how businesses will have access to the single
market and the free movement of people and trade.
Nearly a quarter of FSB members export, with
the majority exporting to the single market.
Access to the single market means access to
500 million potential consumers, more than 26
million businesses and is worth €11 trillion.
We call on the Government for clarity on the
impact to smaller firms who export wider afield
through EU FTA agreements."
Lowman, Chief Executive of the Association of
Convenience Stores (ACS) said: "There are
many European regulations that affect convenience
store retailers, from rules on waste and energy
efficiency to the incoming tobacco products
directive. We will be making local shops' case
for the right regulatory framework once we leave
the EU, maintaining the laws that work and are
fair, and reviewing those where changes to regulations
could promote investment and growth for our
Local Government Association (LGA) has commented:
"Communities in England have been allocated
£5.3 billion of EU regeneration funding
up to 2020. It is important for the Government
to guarantee it will protect this vital funding
to avoid essential growth-boosting projects
stalling and local economies across England
read the full FSB reaction, go to: http://www.fsb.org.uk/media-centre/press-releases/need-for-stability-paramount-for-uk-small-business
read the full ACS reaction, go to: https://www.acs.org.uk/uk-votes-to-leave-the-european-union/
read the full LGA reaction, go to: http://www.local.gov.uk/web/guest/media-releases/-/journal_content/56/10180/7870973/NEWS
referendum: HMRC issues 'carry on' message.
US Big Corp will be relieved!
will cause UK food prices to rise, farmers warn.
Not if Little Ingerlandt were to pull out
of sanctions against Russia, it wouldn't. But
then, Brexit doesn't mean an end to Little Ingerlandt's
colonial responsibilities to US Big Corp.
thought the best thing about Brexit would be
avoiding TTIP - but the fight isn't over yet.
Unless the post-Brexit scene involves the
total clear-out of all the country's political
fags and war criminals - as is currently taking
place in the Labour Party - then all that will
happen with TTIP is that Little Ingerlandt's
newest regime will simply re-negotiate the treaty
separately from Europe. And not for the benefit
of consumers or the small business community,
in case that isn't obvious.
Media has become a prime enabler for Europes
youth to drive forward its digital economy.
Seems to be the season for taking the piss.
Indian smartphones 'will ship this week'.
The timing couldn't be better.
Javid plans 'no panic' business meeting. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-36633165
The fact that such an extraordinary and
representative meeting (and not just Friends
of Israel) is being called at all, confirms
that there is a national state of 'panic'.
release. Authored article. Todays challenges
are tomorrows opportunities. https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/todays-challenges-are-tomorrows-opportunities
That's good news for the countrys' 5 million
'entrepreneurs' who thought they had already
grasped their opportunities!
three million people sign a petition for a second
EU referendum we ask - could it actually happen?
Is Little Ingerlandt about to get its own
bogus 'Arab Spring'?
mentoring is good for your business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/mentoring-good-business/
tips for businesses holding events. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/10-tips-businesses-holding-events/
Business Startup Mistakes. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/tp/common-small-business-startup-mistakes.htm?utm_content=6986096&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Top Reason Most Businesses Fail (According to
Their Founders). http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/fl/The-Top-Reason-Most-Businesses-Fail-According-to-Their-Founders.htm?utm_content=6986096&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
will send commuters Twitter DMs for delays.
seats light up when pregnant travelers are onboard.
lunchboxes designed by kids delivered to their
for parents rates places on kid-friendliness.
ring feeds, rather than kills, marine life.
Energy giants given green light to send us even
more junk mail: firms will now share customers'
details on a national database. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659023/Energy-giants-given-green-light-send-junk-mail-Firms-share-customers-details-national-database.html
border deal won't be affected by Brexit, says
They will continue instead, to be affected
by striking French thugs and criminals, protected
by the police, as normal.
votes for Brexit then pleads to keep EU funding.
Same philosophy as striking French thugs,
who claim to be fighting for workplace democracy
- and then profit from subs and trade from countries
they have voted to terrorise; where there is
slave and child labour; and if lucky, workers
get tuppence a week to produce luxury goods
for elitist, criminal fonctionnaires
in countries they have never heard of.
scandal: Rio drug testing lab suspended by Wada
weeks before start of Olympics. http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/doping-scandal-rio-drug-testing-lab-suspended-by-wada-weeks-before-start-of-olympics-a7102061.html
Nothing new. The only real 'scandal' is WADA
and others of its ilk, pretending to be the
anti-doping police while covering up for the
main, moneyspinning offenders. Mainly American.
move, improve! Here's how to add a creative
extension to a period home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/house-prices/dont-move-improve-heres-how-to-add-a-creative-extension-to-a-per/
(For those who can no longer afford to become
easy is it to switch? http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/25/how-easy-is-it-to-switch/
dairy: how to make cheese at home.
Now that needs must. Or, 'hard cheese' as
the French would say.
EU Referendum: Business calls for stability
and direction. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36616630
Yes - but let there be a few nights of the
long knives first. And let's hope that the dross
which is going won't simply be replaced by still
more scum floating up to take its place. As
US President Obama has just confirmed, Little
Ingerlandt remains firmly wedded to a much greater
constraint upon its democracy than the EU -
prices to fall 5pc nationwide and tumble even
further in London as worried home buyers back
Let's wait and see, shall we? At the moment
everyone's a pundit.
Ways To Be A Happier Small Business Owner.
Character Traits of Successful Small Business
Proven Ways to Market Your Business on the Internet.
links startups with talent who will work for
help prevent asthma attacks. http://www.springwise.com/wearables-help-prevent-asthma-attacks/?utm_campaign=423166_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,92IM,2V1FMX,U6XS,1
wearable skin stamps are like disposable tattoos.
gets national emergency app for Euro 2016.
The first national emergency message has
just been sent - the Brits are out of the EU;
no more subventions for the French black market
of striking thugs, criminals and 5 million parasite
blocks teach kids coding via digital game.
Never mind coding. They could learn how to
be Bob the Builders instead and how to make
proper cash, money.
lets shoppers scan any product and browse unboxing
Or, you could get onto a night shift at Tesco's
and earn some cash, money at the same time.
Airbnb-ers receive lessons on top hosting tips.
Does that include learning to spoke Inglisch?
votes to leave the EU and the £ goes
into freefall. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36611512
face summer travel chaos as a wave of strikes
hits Europe. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/holidaymakers-face-summer-travel-chaos-as-strikes-hit-europe/
Holidaymakers? Business travellers on the
other hand, have to put up with this shit all
the time. Not that todays' hacks would be able
to tell the difference.
hope for Spanish property investors: 'I lost
an £89,000 deposit'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/buy-to-let/new-hope-for-spanish-property-investors-i-lost-an-89000-deposit/
10 best Euro myths from custard creams
to condoms. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/23/10-best-euro-myths-from-custard-creams-to-condoms
computer support fraud - a new twist. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/23/scamwatch-computer-support-fraud-a-new-twist/
that racked up millions: the costliest typos
in history. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/23/mistakes-that-racked-up-millions-the-costliest-typos-in-history/
when, not if: but will Paris be ready for the
flood of the century? https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/jun/23/paris-seine-flood-of-the-century-disaster
But Paris IS ready. Firstly, the danger will
be ignored. Then, everyone who has signed on
for dummyphone regime news alerts (DRNASMS)
will receive an SMS to advise them the water
around their knees is called 'flooding'. Then,
it will have a manif. Then the CGT and air trafic
controllers will go on strike. Then, they will
all blame someone else. Firstly, 'terrorists'
followed by the English (same thing). By which
time, after three months, the waters should
Brits to spend a third of their household income
during the summer, Ferratum research reveals.
pension outcasts to receive warning letters.
WE NEED YOU! . . . to help finance US Big Corp
tax evasion, international terrorism and our
refugee creation programme. (The letter reads.
Sent through the post because a) the regime's
taxpayer-funded broadband scam means emails
can't be relied upon and b) a lot of people
still prefer not to waste their money on telecomms
referendum live: Britons stock up on euros and
dollars ahead of vote. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-live-latest-poll-news-brexit-results-leave-remain-when-date-vote-odds-uk-britain-a7094741.html
There's confidence in their own country for
you! Must be something to do with Little Ingerlandt's
priceless membership of NATO, the Coalition
of Evil and its 'special relationship' with
the worlds' #1 terrorist state, the USA.
Nato chief says UK staying in the EU is key
to fighting terrorism. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/22/nato-chief-says-uk-staying-in-the-eu-is-key-to-fighting-terrorism
Yes, it's true that Little Ingerlandt has
certainly been one of NATO's principal terrorist
members. Obviously, NATO terrorists themselves
must be concerned for their jobs - there aren't
many vacancies around for mass murderers.
Johnson fails to kiss British fish on visit
to London market. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-boris-johnson-brexit-latest-news-live-fish-market-london-a7094976.html
What do you expect from an American fruit
the farm on Brexit? Farmers divided on EU referendum.
in France: the Britons facing Brexit limbo.
Business Ideas for the Baby Boomer Market.
Excuses for Not Starting Your Own Business and
How to Get Over Them. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/startup/a/Why-Are-You-Putting-Off-Starting-Your-Own-Business.htm?utm_content=6952097&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Lidl signs up to 'fruit and veg pledge' to support
UK farmers. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/20/lidl-signs-up-to-fruit-and-veg-pledge-to-support-uk-farmers/
'British' supermarkets on the other hand,
have 'pledged' to support the produce from land
thieved by Israeli paedo-terrorists.
treatment of suppliers again highlighted by
market hangover continues. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36585585
fraud up 20% - you're at risk without even leaving
the house. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/20/card-fraud-up-20-you-re-at-risk-without-even-leaving-the-hous/
boss warns Brexit threatens digital influence.
What 'digital influence'? Ensuring
that current telecomms scams throughout Europe
don't become fragmented thus wasting all those
cash suppositories which have been placed up
war criminals' arseholes? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3649301/Offices-Conservative-Party-s-biggest-donor-Lycamobile-raided-French-police-nine-people-charged-suspicion-money-laundering-tax-fraud.html
to extend sanctions against Russia. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/21/eu-to-extend-sanctions-against-russia
Olympic sanctions clearly not enough, then.
A serious case of the hump with Russia's success
at combating US/EU terrorism in Syria, the Ukraine
and Crimea. Of course, this will mean still
more French thuggery and chaos impacting on
all EU business activity as the sanctions bite
back; it's two-way traffic after all.
crisis: Record 65 million people forced to flee
homes, UN says. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/refugee-crisis-migrants-world-day-un-a7090986.html
That's more displaced refugees than after
the Second World War. So - another resounding
success for American global 'policing' (according
to the BBC) - or knobhead terrorism, as it's
better known. That's 65 million customers the
business world and national economies won't
be getting anytime soon. Because the worlds'
murder industries - and notably that of the
USA - have taken all the flesh off the bone.
worth of benefits go unclaimed each year in
the UK. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/10bn-worth-of-benefits-go-unclaimed-each-year-in-the-uk-a7085166.html
Not according to American Big Corp and the
fagging taxman they don't.
boss puts up giant 'Wanted Dead or Alive' poster
of tool thief who raided his van.
Police on their way to their next Top Gear
wannabe filming session stopped by to remind
the boss that he could be liable for arrest.
Homes 'too expensive' for Help to Buy Isa scheme.
The Help to Buy Isa was never intended to
help anyone at all buy a home. It was just a
ruse to help top up ISA coffers again after
the mass desertion by traditional savers following
years of near
non-existent rates of interest.
payment delay plan to halt scams.
business of travel: How would a Brexit affect
UK business travellers? http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/business-travel-brexit-poll-referendum-aviation-sterling-duty-free-a7088236.html
express delivery service rattles Paris authorities.
would make Britain the worlds most hated
Britain, together with the USA, qualified
for that particular accolade long before the
EU was even conceived.
Trump says US should consider profiling Muslims.
Like Big Corp already profiles Americans,
does he mean? i.e. American + gun = terrorist.
American + dummyphone = moron.
scam dupes cash-strapped students into stealing
from high street shops. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/shoplifting-scam-dupes-cash-strapped-8236872
. . . and speaking of morons.
Petrol, electricity and airfares could be taxed
under radical proposals being considered by
and Lloyds: Plan to share bank data could be
boon to fraudsters. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/18/barclays-and-lloyds-plan-to-share-bank-data-could-be-boon-to-fra/
Banking became a boon to fraudsters the moment
it went online.
avoids paying £100m a year in UK corporation
data watchdog chief says Brits remain plagued
by cold callers because MPs refuse to punish
those behind them. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3649386/Outgoing-data-watchdog-chief-says-Brits-remain-plagued-cold-callers-MPs-refuse-punish-them.html
of Conservative Partys biggest donor Lycamobile
are raided by French police and nine people
are charged on suspicion of money laundering
and tax fraud. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3649301/Offices-Conservative-Party-s-biggest-donor-Lycamobile-raided-French-police-nine-people-charged-suspicion-money-laundering-tax-fraud.html
Aren't we surprised!!!
time to pay off credit card debts with a 0%
4 Most Difficult Stages of Becoming an Entrepreneur.
Essential Steps to Validate Your Niche Website
Reasons You Keep Blowing Your Budget. http://budgeting.about.com/od/Budgeting_101/fl/7-Reasons-You-Keep-Blowing-Your-Budget.htm?utm_content=6936693&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
virtual reality eBay, customers shop with their
That's one way of getting your retail therapy
when you ain't got no shekels!
estate broker attracts buyers with air miles.
Selling burial plots, is he?
3D printing the future of construction?
app makes money managing easy for millennials.
Have millenials got any money (of their own)
searches for better online deals in the background.
makes attracting early adopters easier for startups.
What would British business be like after Brexit?
economy minister: Brexit would turn UK into
tiny trading outpost. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/18/emmemmanuel-macron-french-economy-minister-brexit-eu-referendum-guernseyfication
Well, it is already. Of the USA. Even Little
Ingerlandt terrorists pretending to be of the
British faith, are US-affiliated. Whereas the
vast majority of Little Ingerlandt's war criminal
politicians come out of American or Israeli
terrorists' arseholes, which is why they are
now pretending to share the same risks as their
recently murdered colleague, Jo Cox, to try
and smell of shit 'n roses for once. Yet in
truth, her ideology was diametrically opposed
to most of the fagging filth at Westminster
- which is why she never appeared in the country's
hate-preaching propaganda, for example.
you, France is no better. It is just a tiny
trading outpost of the trade unions and 5 million
useless, idle fonctionnaires. When they feel
like doing a bit of 'trading' once or twice
a year in between manifs, blockades, attacks
on innocent bystanders and setting lorryloads
of goods alight - with the police looking on
and providing them with protection. In fact,
one is inclined to ask if the role of a French
'economy' minister is even justified?
firms asked to join terrorism awareness scheme.
I think it's safe to say that the Scots have
been aware of English terrorism for hundreds
of years now.
driers the new 'terrorism'; millions at risk
from death by burning from jihadist white goods.
owners decline to save for their next properties
as prices rise, says study. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/17/home-owners-decline-to-save-for-their-next-properties-as-prices-rise-says-study/
That's because they're paying off their home
business start-up loans while not getting their
invoices settled at all by slimy, Conservative
Nazi political donors pretending to be broke.
Otherwise, they would be more than happy to
save up for their next properties!
over new stamp duty rules: 'I overpaid £13,000'.
The regime and its mates will be pleased.
banking is on the up: how to stay safe.
Nothing to do with banks closing over 600
branches in the past year alone? And the trend
is accelerating? And of course, to stay safe,
one can always take a tip from the savings habits
of Britain when it was 'Great Britain' and people
had a few bob of their own. Keep your shekels
under the bed together with at least one preventative
you could save thousands on your holiday this
summer: Experts say families can cut costs by
booking trips, cars and hotels through local
The best way to save money on your holiday
this year - and most years - is to stay at home
and enjoy the best that Britain has to offer.
Secondly, although using local websites at your
destination is a good idea they are usually
in a foreign language and as everyone knows,
most Brits can't even speak English! (Well,
maybe a bit of US trailer-trash-talk like 'Oh,
hidden airline charges to be investigated by
Netflix hack attack. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/18/scamwatch-netflix-hack-attack/
supports IAAF over Russia ban. http://www.aol.co.uk/sport/2016/06/18/wada-supports-iaaf-over-russia-ban/
Not exactly 'news', is it, as WADA, the IAAF
(and almost every other sporting association)
plus the IOC have been complicit in every doping
scandal which unfortunately for them, has broken
wind so far. Happily, though, with much help
from politicians and the criminal media, they
have been able to ignore the bulk of their turds
which continue to remain submerged.
you, the ban could be a blessing in disguise
for Russian athletes and officials; it will
at least keep them away from trending US/British
export, the galloping knob-rot virus, Zika.
heirlooms: The hidden treasures in your home.
Unfortunately, our elderly neighbours had
to burn their Edwardian furniture last winter,
to try and keep warm.
runs down highway. http://www.aol.co.uk/video/runaway-ostrich-sprints-down-highway-576462b3e4b058fdb557ae94/
There are reports circulating that this is the
latest marketing ploy by Top Gear to impress
what remains of its dumb audience (and Americans)
who don't know that ostriches run because they
can't fly. (Or has it got something to do with
Donald Trump's presidential campaign?)
Convenience store openings up by 20%. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36546886
for retailers about new polymer banknotes.
The Bank of England has published training materials
to help retailers identify the new security
features on the £5 polymer banknote, ahead
of it entering circulation on 13 September 2016.
Business owners and staff are advised to familiarise
themselves with the multiple security features
within the new banknotes. When handling the
new notes, retailers should check: the see-through
window, the foil patch that changes from 'Five'
to 'Pounds', the ultra-violet feature, the coronation
crown, which should appear 3D, and Big Ben,
which should be gold on the front and silver
on the back. Retailers will also need to ensure
any machines that handle cash are updated before
the new notes enter circulation. (EnterpriseQuest)
further information, go to: http://www.acs.org.uk/information-for-retailers-on-new-polymer-banknotes/
read the training materials, go to: http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/banknotes/Pages/educational.aspx
vows to fix mobile phone billing problems.
Chinese brands of tomorrow. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36558075
to forage for lunch: a cook and son's guide
to hunting and gathering. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/how-to-forage-for-lunch-a-cook-and-sons-guide-to-hunting-and-gat/
Yes, we all have guns and bowie knives to
wander about just around the corner from Sainsburys
to do a bit of foraging. (Are we sure these
people aren't 'terrorists'?)
athletes banned from Olympics over doping claims
after IAAF refuses to overturn suspension.
Another self-awarded gold medal for official
corruption as the IAAF and the IOC continue
to give the rest of the worlds' cheats and dopers
their full backing.
Coe won IAAF presidency with help of doping
scandal's leading figures, claim Panorama report.
Oh, look - another bent IAAF story. There's
unusual for you.
to Work Less and Earn More. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/worklifebalanceathome/fl/How-to-Work-Less-and-Earn-More.htm?utm_content=6936624&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
to Negotiate Lower Rates on Common Monthly Expenses.
FarmVille lets urbanites invest in crops.
I'm not sure if that will work . . . most
urbanites (the dummyphone 'swinish multitude')
think 'a crop' is a haircut.
Pinterest pins let shoppers add to their board
solves handwritten math problems. http://www.springwise.com/app-solves-handwritten-math-problems/?utm_campaign=417298_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-14&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8XZM,2V1FMX,TNHH,1
Let's hope it works better than ocr - although
if it does, it's bound to be a big hit with
parents who regularly get press-ganged into
helping with their childrens' homework.
pill printing for personalized doses. http://www.springwise.com/3d-pill-printing-personalized-doses/?utm_campaign=417298_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-14&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8XZM,2V1FMX,TNHH,1
My mate Shifty isn't happy about this 3D
pill printing at all, at all.
R.I.P. Jo Cox: grief and shock over death
of 'Labour MP with huge compassion'. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/16/jo-cox-killing-shooting-mp-birstall-west-yorkshire
. . . as politicians and media which spawn
the hate-filled terrorism which took her life
utter their empty sympathies. It is after all,
just one more body to add to the 6 - 8 million
they have helped murder in Afghanistan and Iraq
Street sales boost despite referendum uncertainty.
King' sentenced to two years in prison after
sending 27m messages from hacked Facebook accounts.
Which is why we keep saying - ignore and
delete anything but anything which comes from
the USA or via social media.
shop online in bed - and other tips for navigating
the psychological tricks retailers use during
the sales. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/events/never-shop-online-in-bed---and-other-tips-for-navigating-the-psy/
you fallen for the next mis-selling scandal?
landlord offers tenants €100 rent cut for
helping refugees. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/16/netherlands-landlord-offers-tenants-100-rent-cut-for-helping-refugees
facing IAAF on whether Russias athletes
will be at Rio Olympics. https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/jun/16/questions-iaaf-russia-athletes-banned-rio-olympics
In the meantime, questions not being asked
of IAAF and IOC hypocrites and cheats (including
Sebastian Coe) is, what has happened to the
supposed UKAD investigation into 150 British
athletes whose doping habits were disclosed
by a whistleblower several months ago? As if
we don't know. http://www.sportsintegrityinitiative.com/analysis-ukad-admits-failings-in-dan-stevens-case/
And then let's see what happens to the criminal
media's luvvies when the Fuentes case finally
the meantime, the callow, cynical failure of
politicians, sports' governing bodies, sponsors
and the media mean that performance enhancing
drugs which were once available to elite athletes
only, are now being gobbled at epidemic rates
by every wannabe poser on social media, at local
gyms and even in schools.
Inexpensive Business Ideas. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessideas/ss/15-Inexpensive-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=6905199&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Home Business Ideas for Retirees.
mentoring is good for your business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/mentoring-good-business/
five Ws of Digital Transformation.
Digital Marketing for Ambitious SMEs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/smarter-digital-marketing-ambitious-smes/
Write a Business Plan? http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessplans/ss/Why-You-Need-to-Write-a-Business-Plan.htm?utm_content=6905199&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
UK unemployment rate at lowest since 2005.
That's because all the unemployed are in
France, boozing, scrapping and sometimes, watching
a bit footie.
purchases fall drastically and could take months
to recover after stamp duty surge.
average house price is £100,000 less than
we were told
(by the criminal media. Ed.) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3641921/The-average-house-price-100-000-told-Officials-admit-figures-way-typical-property-valued-209-000.html
Brexit survival guide: freeze your cheese and
holiday in Albania. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/15/brexit-survival-guide-freeze-cheese-holidays-albania
travellers should head to France while the sun
Sounds like the right sort of advice for
a country which has been on strike since last
fruit picking and farm managing:
The UK's 10 best-paid outdoor jobs. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/15/zookeeping-fruit-picking-and-farm-managing-the-uks-10-best-paid/
Hacks continuing to struggle with basic concepts.
'Outdoor'. 'Job'. And 'best-paid'. (My roofer
having fallen out of his cherry-picker with
laughter when I showed him this.)
Your Home Business without Going Into Debt.
Flexible Home Business Ideas. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/homebusinessprofiles/fl/Flexible-Home-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=6905177&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
cloud storage is safe from cyber snooping.
wristband tracks blood alcohol levels. http://www.springwise.com/wearable-tracks-blood-alcohol-levels/?utm_campaign=414067_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-10&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8VHV,2V1FMX,TDBA,1
are winning the human capital race. http://www.springwise.com/women-are-winning-the-human-capital-race/?utm_campaign=414067_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-10&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8VHV,2V1FMX,TDBA,1
camera system helps truckers find available
platform crawls the web for new leads.
a virtual musical instrument out of post-it
What it means for your business if the UK leaves
the EU: A Legal View. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/means-business-uk-leaves-eu-lega-view/
labour law protests again descend into violence.
And the French police have arrested these
violent French thugs and anyone else suspected
of being in the vicinity, fined them an eye-watering
amount of money and shipped them out to where
they belong? Sure.
have snouts-in-troughs UEFA censored and fined
the French regime for failing to provide safe
and suitable venues for the Euros? Sure.
who is going to pick up the tab for all this?
As usual? (Clue: it won't be crooked politicians
or football association executives.)
prices up 8.2% in past year. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36526207
That's good news if you're lucky enough to
own your own house; it could go towards offsetting
all those unpaid invoices, loans, credit cards
and the mortgage. If you want to sell up and
live in a cardboard box under a flyover.
£1 billion lost by businesses to online
crime in the last year. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/1-billion-lost-businesses-online-crime-last-year/
businesses failing to protect themselves from
growing threat of cybercrime. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/small-businesses-failing-protect-growing-threat-cybercrime/
plans safety net for customers in credit.
shoppers warned against reliance on star ratings.
being chased around the internet by a shed.
freeloaders than free market. How Britain bails
out the business chiefs. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jun/14/freeloaders-free-market-britain-business-taxpayer-philip-green
What's the point of going to an English public
school if you can't recruit fags to serve you
well in later life?
will finally let you delete the iPhone apps
you never use. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/06/14/apple-will-finally-let-you-delete-the-iphone-apps-you-never-use/
I deleted mine years ago - with a club hammer
- and I haven't had any Apple issues since.
your own Brexit: The world's cheapest places
to emigrate to. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/maps-and-graphics/mapped-the-cheapest-and-most-expensive-countries-to-live-in/
Unfortunately, most of these places are also
subject to American terrorism, so with a bit
of patience, prices will continue to slide still
Increase in start ups as response to unemployment.
Almost a third (30%) of firms founded in the
last five years were set up in response to redundancy
or long-term unemployment, according to a survey
by AXA. Disability, age and caring duties were
also increasingly cited as reasons for becoming
survey found that 17% of new firms were founded
by parents in response to rising childcare costs,
a quarter of new start ups were by people aged
55 to 65, while 7% were set up by people of
state pension age. The number of people turning
a hobby into a business has doubled between
2012 and 2016 to account for 30% of new firms.
A further 39% of business owners said their
business is based on an original idea and 3%
have invented something new. Over eight in ten
(83%) business owners surveyed describe their
business as a success. (EnterpriseQuest)
survey actually came out way back in March -
so I don't know where it's been languishing
since that time; plus, the statistical sample
was just 808 business owners, so perhaps we
shouldn't be getting too excited by any of the
conclusions which have been drawn (although
they do make for interesting reading.)
a statistical sample of 808 is about 4 times
greater than the regime's 'gurus' and brownshirts
of freelancers consider quitting due to late
Almost half (48%) of freelancers have considered
quitting because of worries over continued late
payment, according to new research from credit
reference provider, Ormsby Street.
survey of 1,000 freelancers and sole traders
found that freelancers are owed an average of
£5,431 in late payments, and 79% of respondents
said that cash flow is the number one concern
for their business. One in ten freelancers has
faced difficulties paying their mortgage or
rent because of late payments. More than a third
(36%) of respondents said they had used a payday
loans company to cover a shortfall, while 37%
had borrowed from a family member. The research
also found that only 19% of freelancers are
always paid on time and 52% of respondents believe
the issue of late payment is getting worse.
only half of freelancers are having worries
over late payment, then that's not bad. Seriously.
prosecutor says Russian hooligans were 'trained
to fight'. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/jun/13/marseille-prosecutor-russian-trained-hooligans-england-euro-2016
Another incompetent French prosecutor clutching
at straws - as the local police, who are supposed
to be 'trained' to contain violence and
protect the locals - didn't manage to arrest
a single Russian.
why weren't any Russians arrested? It could
be because all the 'Russian' hooligans were
allegedly masked - so they could have been English,
French or just regular casseurs who have
become a normal part of the country's social
scenery since the present regime was returned
the police still had the hump after their strike
a couple of weeks ago, complaining they weren't
loved enough by the public.
the police were too busy running errands as
usual, for local crimelords.
the police were concentrating their efforts
elsewhere to protect French thugs and hooligans,
known as strikers. This would explain why as
many as 150, hardly inconspicuous, alleged Russian
hooligans, were able to stroll down to the local
train station and get on a striking train to
vanish into thin air.
the meantime, having imposed enough suffering
on small, local businesses and innocent bystanders
already with a leadership performance as abjectly
pathetic as only the French can achieve, an
alcohol ban has now been imposed. As if hooligans
can't bring along their own booze. But it will
reduce still more what few benefits were to
be had from the Euros - except for the bent,
corrupt, cheating world of professional football
how many more weeks is this chaotic changing
of the nappies going to last? And will it spill
over into that traditional moneyspinning French
fete - the Tour de France? No other sport, not
by a country mile, comes close to the regular
damage and cost inflicted by football and it
is high time that the tab - all of it - was
picked up by the sport itself and not just by
ratepayers and small businesses. FIFA and even
local clubs need to be sent a bill on a regular
basis; football needs to be kicked out as an
Olympic sport; whereas
France needs another dose of that good old British
invention - the guillotine.
'incivility brigades' to tackle antisocial behaviour.
It's all right - they're taking the piss.
things being a b&b owner has taught me about
the British. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/comment/what-being-a-b-and-b-owner-has-taught-me/
foods that British people are obsessed with,
according to Google. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/9-foods-that-british-people-are-obsessed-with-according-to-google-a7079656.html
And before Google came along, Brits knew
how to knock up food like this without wasting
time on searches.
UK facing 'digital skills crisis' warn MPs.
As emphasised by the regime's Digital
Dickhead programme affecting in particular,
all official agencies but especially HMRC, border
control and the NHS. The private sector's inability
to cope is most accurately reflected by online
banking. Or isn't that what our MPs mean?
the war on debt collectors has begun to mirror
the war on drugs. https://www.theguardian.com/world/us-money-blog/2016/jun/12/debt-collection-predatory-lending-war-on-drugs
new start up can tell prospective landlords
way too much about you. http://indy100.independent.co.uk/article/as-if-renting-wasnt-hard-enough-already-this-creepy-new-start-up-can-tell-prospective-landlords-way-too-much-about-you--ZJysFZFMVb?utm_source=indy&utm_medium=top5&utm_campaign=i100
scams: The messages that allow criminals to
break into your iPhone, and how to spot them.
or expert advice - which should you choose?
Small Businesses You Don't Want to Start.
Do What You Love When Starting Your Own Business.
80% of self-employed people in Britain live
in poverty. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/80-of-self-employed-people-in-britain-live-in-poverty-a7070561.html
Not a headline which we will be seeing as
an official press release, nor being reported
in regime propaganda rags by its little squads
shoppers given switching promise by industry.
reasons to visit France you probably never thought
Now there's a thing; when was the last time
a Little Ingerlandt propaganda rag came up with
an article titled '50 reasons to visit Britain
you probably never thought of'?
German trains dont run on time any more.
Perhaps the Germans should spend less money
sponsoring ISIS and terrorising Syria
and use it on their own country's infrastructure
instead? Mind you, the same could be said of
most EU member states.
tackles smog with ban on vintage cars.
The problems with Paris - just as with the
majority of big cities - are excessive numbers
of 'new' cars with bogus emission standards.
Which the French regime wants sold in ever-increasing
numbers because it helps fill the state kitty
to pay for its millions of idle, skiving, strikers
and fonctionnaires: many of whom voluntarily
contribute to the city's air pollution by burning
piles of tyres every few days and failing to
collect commercial and business refuse on a
for build-your-own video streaming sites.
sterilizer makes surgery safer for millions.
shocks to curb overspending. http://www.springwise.com/electric-shocks-curb-overspending/?utm_campaign=410984_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-08&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8T48,2V1FMX,T3YQ,1
Something for the NHS, perhaps?
Brazil, lawn mower test drives clean up city
Sounds like a good theme for Top Gear. Should
prove a lot more interesting than the same old
shite flogged beyond death by BBC wackoffs and
the media for the past twenty years.
butts baked into sustainable bricks. http://www.springwise.com/cigarette-butts-baked-sustainable-bricks/?utm_campaign=410984_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-08&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8T48,2V1FMX,T3YQ,1
Oil sector job losses 'to reach 120,000 by end
of year'. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-36491937
single market integration 'stalls' as countries
fail to ditch red tape and remove trade barriers
says OECD. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/10/eu-single-market-integration-stalls-as-countries-fail-to-ditch-r/
Or, contrary to all the stories in the ranting,
hate-preaching media, red tape isn't down to
'Brussels' after all but individual member countries
like Little Ingerlandt. Or, as we've been saying
for over twenty years.
fees are a step closer to being scrapped.
of 'rogue landlords' could help tenants vet
their next home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/buy-to-let/list-of-rogue-landlords-could-help-tenants-vet-their-next-home/
finds UK gangmaster liable for modern slavery
Gangmasters will always remain 'liable' for
modern slavery - as long as the dummyphone 'swinish
multitude' expects to buy chicken trash complete
with broken bones and haemorraged flesh from
their favourite junk food outlets for the price
of a can of Coke.
letter box fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/11/scamwatch-letter-box-fraud/
you can cash in on your hobbies.
Or not - most of the time.
hopes expanded Euro 2016 can shake off security
fears to flourish. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/jun/09/euro-2016-france-security-paris-england
They obviously haven't counted on the costs
of 'millions' of migrant criminals known as
Little Ingerlandt 'football supporters' then!
Whereas according to my radio's phone-ins this
morning, not a single French listener expressed
any fears over so-called 'official' terrorism
- although there appears to be growing disquiet
with the regime's failure to control extremist
criminal groups such as the CGT.
that get up before 7am earn £15,000 more.
Essential Resources for Starting a Profitable
Side Business. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/Productivity/fl/12-Essential-Resources-for-Starting-a-Profitable-Side-Business.htm?utm_content=6885611&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
of Our Favorite Ways to Make Money From Home.
Argos to refund card customers £30m.
Mobile gives discount for ad views. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36489081
Or, you could blacklist all 'ads' which appear
on Tesco Mobile and save yourself a lot more
time and money than the miserly £3 a month
proposed by this scheme.
sponsors divided after two-year tennis ban.
The only reason this athlete has received
a two year ban is because she is Russian. Any
other nationality of tennis player (or athlete)
and sponsored doping (especially American, British,
French, German, Spanish and Italian doping)
is simply ignored.
court fines Uber for running illegal taxi service.
No surprises there. Just as a French court
originally found the trader Kerviel guilty but
who has now been exonerated of all trumped-up
charges and conspiracies originally brought
against him. Now we need another French court
with balls to declare that trade union thugs
are running protection, ransom, blackmail, intimidation
and criminal damage rackets - with full political
and police connivance.
strike chaos deepens 24 hours ahead of Euro
2016, as unions block Europe's largest food
At least they are targeting their own compatriots
this time and not just the businesses of their
European neighbours (muchly aided and abetted
by local politicians and the police.) Furthermore,
it was quite clear that these protests were
going to take place at this time of year to
coincide with the Euros. So why were the French
awarded the competition? Firstly, because every
aspect of corruption, cheating and doping in
every aspect of sport, has the French involved
somewhere or the other. And secondly, they're
2016: Fan zones 'like 10 open-air Bataclans
with jihadists invited to do worst', French
security source warns. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/euro-2016-fan-zones-terror-attack-10-open-air-bataclans-jihadists-invited-worst-french-security-a7072361.html
(What 'French security source'? Some
tabloid teaboy?) Ah, yes. And another reason
why the French should never have been awarded
the Euros. Hob-knobbing with terrorists, committing,
financing, supporting and provoking terrorism.
Especially in Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya,
Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan - or anywhere really,
at the bidding of their terrorist mates, the
Americans, the British and the Israelis.
the meantime, what has the minority French socio-fascist
regime done for its electorate, for its real
workers, the country's small businesses? You
may well ask. (Answers on the back of a postage
stamp which won't be delivered due to strikes,
Analysis. How to Find Your Business's Profit
Ways to Cut Business Costs. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/management/ss/10-Ways-to-Cut-Business-Costs.htm?utm_content=6846527&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
is Free Cash Flow and How Can You Calculate
chain promotes 2200 properties with VR videos.
Runaway debt levels expose 14 million Brits
to grave new financial risks. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/runaway-debt-levels-expose-14-million-brits-to-grave-new-financial-risks-a7063256.html
predict short-term drop in UK house prices.
buying fake electrical items doubles in past
year new figures suggest. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/brits-buying-fake-electrical-items-8136910
Bromwich to refund £27.5m to overcharged
launches full online supermarket service in
Vodafone customer should check bills as there
are 'systemic' failings at company, experts
reveals 55% mistakenly believe recipient name
checked in online payments. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/08/survey-reveals-55-mistakenly-believe-recipient-name-checked-in-online-payments/
more important than ever to UK economy
says FTA. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/24145
top 20 highest-paid athletes: Can you guess
the new No 1? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/2016/06/08/worlds-top-20-highest-paid-athletes-can-you-guess-the-new-no-1/
Or, a Who's Who? from the world's most corrupt,
doped-up sports - mainly American. As evidenced
by absolutely no comment whatsoever from USADA,
WADA or the IoC. And unanimous support from
the criminal media.
House price slowdown to continue, Halifax says.
'face savings squeeze'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36466186
The 'middle class' have faced a 'savings
squeeze' since the present minority regime was
first returned to power. Those not suffering
from a savings squeeze, have emigrated.
rise in ransomware tracked. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36459022
Airbnb pitfalls that could end up costing you
sales gather pace in May. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/06/online-sales-gather-pace-in-may-as-shoppers-get-clicking-for-clo/
Unique Business Ideas. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessideas/ss/12-Unique-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=6846441&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
7 Free Business Name Generators. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/tp/Free-Business-Name-Generators.htm?utm_content=6846441&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Rules for Good Customer Service. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/customerservice/ss/8-Rules-for-Good-Customer-Service.htm?utm_content=6846472&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Tips for Providing Excellent Customer Service.
5 Types of Customers. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/customerservice/a/customertypesmh.htm?utm_content=6846472&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
on startups. http://www.springwise.com/banking-on-startups/?utm_campaign=407761_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-06&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8QMP,2V1FMX,STOG,1
pet evolves as kids drink more water. http://www.springwise.com/virtual-pet-evolves-kids-drink-water/?utm_campaign=407761_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-06&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8QMP,2V1FMX,STOG,1
to work in mobile spin class. http://www.springwise.com/commute-work-mobile-spin-class/?utm_campaign=407761_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-06&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8QMP,2V1FMX,STOG,1
Amsterdam, clean air gets free wifi from trees.
Wow! That's almost as good as Ingerlandt's
flying pigs distributing high speed internet
turntable knows and shares the vinyl its
Sterling volatility hits crisis levels as three
polls show Britons back Brexit. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/06/sterling-volatility-hits-crisis-levels-as-two-polls-show-britons/
reforms may cause contractors to "shun
the public sector". http://www.contractoruk.com/news/0012552contractor_sector_attacks_ir35_proposals.html
Proposed new IR35 rules for personal service
companies (PSCs) in the public sector have been
severely criticised by contracting experts as
unfair and exploitative. If implemented, the
proposals would shift responsibility for determining
whether IR35 rules apply to a contract from
PSCs to the organisations that pay them. The
wording of two questions that HMRC wants public
sector organisations to use when assessing a
contract makes it almost certain that IR35 rules
will apply, according to Qdos, a firm providing
services to contractors.
Kermode, chief executive of the Freelancer and
Contractor Services Association, called the
changes "unfair, unethical and fundamentally
wrong," explaining that they may lead to
individuals having to pay tax as employees without
having the corresponding employment rights.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals
and the Self-Employed, is also warning that
if the proposals are introduced, freelance contractors
"will simply shun the public sector".
failed on customer complaints, says Ofcom.
number of TeamViewer accounts hacked.
Commission endorses UK broadband plans.
The European Commission has endorsed the UK
Government's plans to extend high-speed broadband
access to individuals and business owners throughout
the UK, stating that the plans are compliant
with EU state aid rules. The UK National Broadband
Scheme for 2016-2020 will increase the coverage
of high-speed broadband by deploying Next Generation
Access (NGA) networks capable of delivering
speeds of more than 30 megabits per second.
The scheme will see the roll-out of NGA broadband
to as many homes and firms as possible until
the scheme ends on 31 December 2020. (EnterpriseQuest)
cross border e-commerce rules announced.
The European Commission has announced plans
to support business owners and consumers to
make the most of the EU Single Market via cross-border
e-commerce. To this end, the Commission has
set out a package of measures to allow individuals
and firms to buy and sell products and services
more easily and confidently across the EU. The
package outlines three key objectives: making
cross-border parcel delivery more affordable
and efficient, increasing consumer trust in
e-commerce, and preventing geoblocking and other
forms of discrimination in terms of access to
fair prices, sales and payment conditions. (EnterpriseQuest)
Warning on higher cost of 40-year mortgages.
turn to semi-commercial property to cut stamp
duty bills. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/buy-to-let/investors-turn-to-semi-commercial-property-to-cut-stamp-duty-bil/
stamp duty loophole: flats above shops.
durables sector still feeling the effects of
2016: Fans warned over illegal tickets.
And which of the footballing worlds' multiple
layers of crooks will be selling these, then?
brewery launches three beers to urge Brits to
take their vote on June 23rd. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/24128
floods 'caused one billion euros worth of damage'.
Or, roughly as much damage as the country's
minority trade union thugs cause every week.
At least. Damage which successive French regimes
and their propaganda always seem reluctant to
bought a crumbling French château - but
restoring it was no fairytale. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/abroad/we-bought-a-crumbling-french-chteau---but-restoring-it-was-no-fa/
Of all the restorations I've seen in France
- from barns to gites and the odd chateau, too
- I don't think any of them could have been
described as a 'fairy tale'. (Although
having just seen the first part of the tv series
which is going to accompany this particular
example, perhaps 'fairy tale' does spring to
mind!) Which is why the French themselves rarely
do 'restorations'. Unless they've found a good
equipe of East Europeans, Africans and
Arabs to do the work for them!
businessman pays out £3.4m for number
plate '1'. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/05/uae-licence-plate-1-auction-arif-ahmed-al-zarouni
Money can buy most things these days. But
it will never buy 'class'.
Is the property market crash finally upon us?
to beat ID issues when opening a bank account.
warning to WhatsApp users. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/04/scamwatch-warning-to-whatsapp-users/
fall victim to fake Airbnb site. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jun/04/travellers-fake-airbnb-scam
10 best-rated tourist landmarks in Europe revealed.
Quite how the pile of scaffolding known as
the Eiffel Tower manages to get into the Top
Ten, begs certain questions.
Quick Tips to Improve Your Small Business.
Low-Budget High-Impact Marketing Techniques.
harness could rival humans in dog training.
social media for globetrotters. http://www.springwise.com/app-makes-travel-storytelling-easy-inspiring/?utm_campaign=404838_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-02&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8ODI,2V1FMX,SK43,1
UK service sector growth picks up, PMI survey
Picks up what?
is tax freedom day four days later than
last year. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/02/today-is-tax-freedom-day--four-days-later-than-last-year/
And now, you can start paying back your mortgage,
loans and credit cards.
Mail can't cope with demand, claims Amazon boss.
So there you go. Exposed. Another pack of
lies by the present regime of war criminals
to justify the sale of Royal Mail to line its
backers' pockets. That Royal Mail would become
buyers losing thousands when deals fall through.
sneaky card trick that banks use to push thousands
of us deeper into debt. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/sneaky-card-trick-banks-use-8108587
degree you should study to become a billionaire?
Or, better still, none at all as this report
also shows, innit. Cool. LOL.
Jeremy Corbyn promises to scrap TTIP. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/06/02/jeremy-corbyn-promises-to-scrap-ttip-and-lays-into-george-osborne/
So the man's not a fag to US Big Corp. Which
of course, is why he - and Muslims - were subjected
to a sustained hate campaign by the regime's
Semitic propaganda (and which has always fancied
itself as Little Ingerlandt's king-makers) in
the run-up to the recent local and London mayoral
elections. With the net result that the minority,
neo-Nazi Tory regime lost more seats than Mr
Corbyn's party; and London elected a Muslim
Mr Corbyn can deliver on his promise to scrap
TTIP, then Little Ingerlandt's consumers and
95% of its business community look as if they
might be on course to becoming Great Britain
- or even a United Kingdom - again! (Especially
if he goes on to round up all the country's
war criminals as well.)
missing millions:Government has no record of
how it spends £2.5bn each year on public
policy research. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/whitehall-government-no-record-of-25bn-spending-public-policy-research-a7060236.html
And what's the betting most of this money
goes to American 'gurus' and offshore-based
firms of international tax-dodgers?
Fixer: contactless cards. Do I have to use a
contactless debit card? http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/02/the-fixer-contactless-cards/
You may not have to use them yet - but it's
definitely on the cards. Rail travellers are
being mooted as the first compulsory users.
Sir Winston Churchill £5 note design is
With a life expectancy of five years for
the new plastic notes, does this mean cash still
has a bit of future? (For honest, hard-working
grafters who like to have real, folding money
Name Fraud: What is 'the truth' behind mysterious
billboards popping up over UK? http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/legal-name-fraud-what-the-8100580
Bookkeeping Can Ruin a Small Business.
Mistakes That Will Kill Your Small Business.
paywall can make different offers to different
lawyer speeds up legal research. http://www.springwise.com/ai-lawyer-speeds-legal-research/?utm_campaign=403290_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-01&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8N6I,2V1FMX,SF1T,1
magazine curates the best web content. http://www.springwise.com/free-magazine-curates-best-web-content/?utm_campaign=403290_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-06-01&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8N6I,2V1FMX,SF1T,1
musical instruments enable cheap, remote lessons.
app for leftover food donation. http://www.springwise.com/on-demand-app-food-donation/?utm_campaign=400985_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-05-30&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8LEH,2V1FMX,S7LJ,1
lung capacity with any phone, anywhere.
SMEs show increasing demand for alternative
finance as high street banks disappoint. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/smes-show-increasing-demand-alternative-finance-high-street-banks-disappoint/
complaints failures leads to fine.
European Commission attempts to resurrect deal
as countries go cold on plan. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/ttip-european-commission-attempts-to-resurrect-deal-as-countries-go-cold-on-plan-a7058931.html
Despite the media (propaganda) trying desperately
to cover up TTIP developments, bit by bit, word
has been leaking out on moves to federalise
Europe (Little Ingerlandt already included)
as part of the USA, causing much embarassment
to the EU's
bent, knob-polishing collabos.
wasabi charms European chefs. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36424983
to feed 9.7bn people? Startups take on the global
food problem. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/01/how-to-feed-9-billion-people-startups-global-food-problem-agriculture-venture-capital
A pity they can't be fed with bullshit. Especially
American agricorp bullshit.
a slave workforce or pioneering a council house
scam? According to our justice system, that's
no big deal. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/the-shockingly-low-prison-sentences-for-slavery-and-council-flat-scams-a7059841.html
Second only to murder by vehicle while looking
at a dummyphone, in the eyes of the British
expensive mistakes could cost you thousands
at the Euros. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/06/01/five-expensive-mistakes-could-cost-you-thousands-at-the-euros/
over French Open 'scam'. http://www.aol.co.uk/sport/2016/06/01/ferrer-launches-scathing-attack-on-french-open-organisers/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D465310
Professional tennis, like all professional
sport, is a hypocritical, doped-up, corrupt
scam. Together with the criminal media which
helps keep it that way.
Marketing and Events. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/digital-marketing-events/
Mistakes to Avoid When Sending Email Newsletters.
UK house price annual growth rate slowed in
May, Nationwide says. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36423856
tourism rises faster than trade for fourth year.
Due in no small part, to the American and
EU's carefully selected terrorist targets.
widen impersonation act to target fraud victims.
Let the comparisons begin . . .
campaign launched to get Women on the
Tools and into trade jobs.
Ummm. Now there's a slogan destined to provoke
much mirth and hilarity. Dreamt up by some regime
propaganda prick, no doubt.
for smaller firms continue to fall.
Changes to regulatory requirements for banks
following the credit crunch have led them to
stop offering unsecured overdrafts to smaller
firms. According to figures from Funding Options,
the value of small firms' overdrafts is currently
falling by £100 million per month. The
figures have also revealed that the value of
bank overdrafts to small firms has reportedly
fallen by 42%, down from £20.9 billion
in April 2011 to £12.1 billion at the
end of March 2016.
to start showing ads across the internet to
everyone, whether or not they have an account.
As if the world needs still more moronic
American content . . . And still more advertisers
brand Heck gambles on meat-free range as Millennials
suddenly turn veggie. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/05/30/sausage-brand-heck-gambles-on-meat-free-range-as-millennials-sud/
out your home on AirBNB? Are you covered?
transport chaos in France in standoff over labour
It is May to July and the time of year when
French regime thugs go on prolonged strike anyway.
Labour reforms are simply the latest cowardly
wine theme park is opening in France.
It is hoped the theme park will attract British
pissheads for a stopover on their way down to
Spain. Striking French criminals permitting.
warns its citizens about travel to France for
Euro 2016. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/31/america-warns-its-citizens-about-travel-to-france-for-euro-2016/
Statistically, France is over 100 times safer
than America. However, it would be rare to find
an American, especially one who is also a Twatter
user, who could count to 100.
fueling bee decline by using weedkillers and
Such common knowledge isn't news - but more
importantly, has AgriCorp approved this story?
Businesses unable to pay millions in tax - as
HMRC changed its bank details without telling
Looks like a few more knighthoods for
HMRC's cack-handed management coming up!
TTIP is a threat to democracy? Theres
another trade deal thats already signed.
As not mentioned at all by the regime's Semitic,
hate-preaching propaganda - which has other,
American/Israeli terrorist priorities.
cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing money.
To help you pay back your business start-up
wine industry adding 'sparkle' as new vineyards
open up. http://www.aol.co.uk/2016/05/30/uk-wine-industry-adding-sparkle-as-new-vineyards-open-up/
'athleisure wear' is turning us into a nation
of chavs. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/awful-athleisure-wear-is-turning-us-into-a-nation-of-chavs/
'Over the past three years it has become a real
thing.' A statement which emphasises why
today's hacks should stick to regurgitating
the Pentagon's daily ISIS newsfeed instead of
trying to connect with the real world. 'Athleisurewear'
- although it's not been called that - has been
around since the early 80s when everyone (including
myself) from market traders to Harrods jumped
on the leisurewear bandwagon, despite it also
becoming the uniform de rigeur of East
European pimps, wife-beaters and alcoholics.
Then, lycra came along to rejuvenate the marketplace
- ten years ago - as Londoners began commuting
to work as dubious fashion statements. However,
what has really turned Britain into a nation
of chavs (sheeple) is owning the iPhone dummyphone
and sitting in chains of boring, look-alike
coffee shops drinking expensive brown slurry.
worst internet scams. http://www.aol.co.uk/video/worlds-worst-internet-scams-sourcefed-574b2e52e4b047119a4107ad/
Like online banking, fake connectivity, fake
reviews, fake friends, etc, etc? In fact,
is there anything about the internet which isn't
to stay safe online: 15 ways to avoid being
Home owners warned over 'mortgage-linked insurance
online clothes shoppers send something back.
Now there's a surprise!
is the single biggest retailer rip-off.
plastic bank notes could leave shoppers paying
Still not as serious as unsecure online and
mobile banking, though.
the tax rules now work on savings and current
lost £137,000 in a conveyancing scam but
my bank's fraud team had gone home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/i-lost-137000-in-a-conveyancing-scam-but-my-banks-fraud-team-had/
am I being charged triple on my home insurance
for being a loyal customer?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/insurance/home/why-am-i-being-charged-triple-on-my-home-insurance-for-being-a-l/
Inside the secret British sports brand worn
by Gareth Bale, Owen Farrell and Miguel Cabrera.
Little Ingerlandt's official teams of corrupt,
footballing cheats and doped-up Olympians on
the other hand, have joined with da PM to assure
Nike that they will honour their colonial obligations
and remain patriotic Americans to the very end.
is most corrupt country on Earth, says Mafia
expert Roberto Saviano. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/05/29/britain-is-most-corrupt-country-on-earth-says-mafia-expert-rober/
We don't need a 'Mafia expert' to tell us
what professional investigators (as opposed
to terrorist politicians and their propaganda)
have been saying for centuries! See also: City
of London The Centre of the global
crime scene. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/city-london-centre-global-crime-scene/
Small Businesses You Can Start for Under $100.
Low to No Cost Marketing Ideas for Your Small
7 Pet-Related Business Ideas. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/business-ideas/tp/Top-7-Pet-Related-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=6798232&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Small energy suppliers vent online comparison
Britain will thrive out of the EU. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/05/27/start-up-britain-will-thrive-out-of-the-eu/
The sort of drivel one has to endure from
regime propaganda when it tries to add another
dimension to its daily hate-preaching.
on board for five of the best British food experiences.
all of courtesy of 'scrounging, economic migrants'.
Value of a Business Mentor. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/businessmentoring/a/valueofamentor.htm?utm_content=6798119&utm_medium=
phone boxes turned into on-the-go offices.
taxi price comparison helps users avoid surge.
companies like to turn products into people.
shoppers get opinions from social media friends.
(For people who don't have real friends or
New study reports rise in British parents with
plans to start their own business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/new-study-reports-rise-british-parents-plans-start-business/
service launched to cut nuisance calls to mobiles.
public mobile charging points - your phone can
be hacked in minutes. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/05/27/beware-public-mobile-charging-points---your-phone-can-be-hacked/
to make the most money working from home.
This article wouldn't be confusing 'homeworking'
with being 'self-employed' or running a 'home
business', would it?
cheapest energy suppliers are ones you've never
heard of. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/cheapest-energy-suppliers-ones-youve-8062574
Like 'honest' politicians, in other words.
Shoppers brush off Brexit fears with record
credit card splurge. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/05/26/shoppers-brush-off-brexit-fears-with-record-credit-card-splurge/
million more youngsters to live with parents,
says Aviva. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36391621
Not at all a bad thing although just how
this will affect the housing marketplace will
be interesting to see. On the face of it, an
extra million youngsters with money they can
afford to spend rather than be saddled with
debts for a lifetime, should be good news. Except
for all the parasites who live off grotesquely
inflated house prices caused by unrealistic
demand outstripping deliberately reduced supply.
loan complaints nearly triple, despite new controls.
UK to block ads across its mobile network.
money or your files: the growing threat of ransomware.
bans easy passwords on all its accounts.
free-range: is grass-fed and pasture-raised
better for animals, industry, and us?
50% of managers oppose employees working from
station reads out texts so drivers can concentrate
on the road. http://www.springwise.com/radio-station-reads-texts-drivers-can-concentrate-road/?utm_campaign=391392_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-05-20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8E00,2V1FMX,RCP0,1
to Start a Small Business When You Have Virtually
No Money. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/fl/How-to-Start-a-Small-Business-When-You-Have-Virtually-No-Money.htm?utm_content=6751282&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
You Use Other People's Money to Finance Your
Small Business? http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/fl/Should-You-Use-Other-Peoplersquos-Money-to-Finance-Your-Small-Business.htm?utm_content=6751282&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
lease for dreamy live-work locations around
the world. http://www.springwise.com/one-lease-live-work/?utm_campaign=396528_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-05-25&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8HYO,2V1FMX,RTGX,1
monitor helps mothers breastfeed. http://www.springwise.com/nursing-monitor-helps-mothers-breastfeed/?utm_campaign=396528_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-05-25&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8HYO,2V1FMX,RTGX,1
UK growth relies on consumer spending as trade
drags on recovery and business investment drops.
You'd have thought there would have been
an app for that? I know. Let's blame terrorism,
Muslims and the Ruskies, instead.
people may have paid the wrong tax after chaos
at HMRC left callers waiting for up to an hour.
release. Lord Sugar appointed governments
enterprise tsar. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/lord-sugar-appointed-governments-enterprise-tsar
That should assure Donald Trump's interests
in Little Ingerlandt.
release. Government considering plans to make
7 day switching a reality across more markets.
hangs up on smartphone workers. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36378082
Isn't there an app for that?
campaigners read terms and conditions of their
mobile phone apps... all 250,000 words.
rules of fraud prevention. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/05/25/golden-rules-of-fraud-prevention/
to better manage your cash flow. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/better-manage-cash-flow/
to use simple & cost effective technology
to get your business growing. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/use-simple-cost-effective-technology-get-business-growing/
Shed of the year 2016 shortlist, in pictures.
tells father to demolish garden pond 'because
burglars could fall and drown'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/25/landlord-tells-father-to-demolish-garden-pond-because-burglars-c/
Make a lime-pit, instead? Thieving filth
wouldn't drown in that.
couple who cut wealthy neighbour's grass verge
for 12 years given land in 'squatters' rights'
ruling as opponent faces £250,000 legal
needs to create its own Google rather than railing
against successful businesses. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2016/05/25/france-needs-to-create-its-own-google-rather-than-railing-agains/
To be fair, France is targeting all Big Corp
tax evasion and Google is just a high-profile
case in point. However, a lot of the other observations
made in this article are perfectly valid. France
is a laissez-faire, socio-fascist anarchy of
ersatz elitists/intellectuals/trade union criminals
backed by millions of public ticks who don't
understand business and together with their
media propaganda and the state education system,
have developed a national mentality which is
anti-business on the one hand, yet all for begging
and scrounging off its neighbours and the hard-working
minority of its compatriots, on the other.
That's assuming they can get over the current
eighteen-month delay (I jest not) in
dealing with matters of the day.
Property sales dive on stamp duty changes, says
Paris offices raided in £1.2 billion tax
Well, it certainly wouldn't be a raid in
the US colony of Ingerlandt, would it now?
'rush to buy foreign currency'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36367347
along Kent coastline set to benefit from £90m
cash boost. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/entrepreurs-along-kent-coastline-set-to-benefit-from-90m-cash-boost/
de France riders to be protected by elite anti-terror
Just another regime propaganda exercise.
There aren't enough police in all of France
to provide effective security for a single stage
of the Tour, much less for all three weeks.
Not that there have been any threats, of course.
Other than by involving the manifestly incompetent
French security forces (and the official entourage)
themselves. So, with fingers just a little bit
crossed, it should be business as usual.
Gold: Scammers trick mobile users into downloading
Plan Outline. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/cs/businessplans/a/bizplanoutline.htm?utm_content=6751253&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Low Cost Business Ideas You Can Launch This
design service can automate a full branding
helps people divest their money from gun stocks.
streaming platform lets online customers browse
physical stores. http://www.springwise.com/live-streaming-platform-lets-online-customers-browse-physical-stores-showrooms/?utm_campaign=392975_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-05-23&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,8F7Z,2V1FMX,RHSI,1
Traditional banks continue to dominate UK lending
market despite peer-to-peer growth, report finds.
cards 'to overtake cash as most common form
of payment by 2021'. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/debit-cards-to-overtake-cash-as-most-common-form-of-payment-by-2021-a7042196.html
by cheque: it's not all over yet. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36345676
half of UKs construction sector SMEs backs Brexit.
unveils river taxis with a difference on the
business wish list for Government.
is how much money you need to save every day
to become a millionaire. http://indy100.independent.co.uk/article/this-is-how-much-money-you-need-to-save-every-day-to-become-a-millionaire--WJ3fW5GfmW?utm_source=indy&utm_medium=top5&utm_campaign=i100
are the laziest bastards in the world (turning
up for work for only around 30 hours a week.)
Common knowledge since the turn of the last
century. And then of course, one has to bear
in mind other factors which reduce this total
to even less than 30 hours. Lazy French state
thugs who go on strike every other day affecting
not only themselves but also anyone else trying
to get to work. Endlessly looking at and talking
absolute drivel into pieces of plastic. The
country's status as the world's #1 hypochondriac
nation, triggering at least one sickie a week.
Piss-poor education, meaning they are completely
ineffective in the workplace, anyway. Total
lack of professionalism. (They don't even know
what the word means.) And the list goes on.
this then forces around 5% of the country's
employed (almost entirely the small business
community) to work at least 80 hours a week
to keep these leeches in their bloated, EU-sponsored
jobs did the world's top business people do
before they were millionaires? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/05/24/what-jobs-did-the-worlds-top-business-people-do-before-they-were/
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