down to see full list; previous
month's January 2016) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st February 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
UKs digital industries growing 32pc faster
than wider economy. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/uks-digital-industries-growing-32pc-faster-than-wider-economy/
If that's really true, then it's one
hell of an indictment of the performance of
the rest of the economy. (War criminal) David
Cameron has hailed Britains technology
sector as extraordinary,
apparently. So, just once, will we be seeing
taxpayers' money diverted away from subsidising
the murder industry (and banking) into a sector
which benefits the UK economy at large?
not just tax. Google is draining artists dry,
boss admits he does not know his own salary
as MPs grill executives. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/12151599/Watch-live-MPs-question-Google-bosses-over-UK-tax.html
It's not Google executives who should be
grilled - but the Chancellor and Ingerlandt's
entire, fagging, war criminal regime. Google
are only doing what they are being allowed to
market 'is turning drug dealers from goons to
cracks down on cold callers with a breakthrough
service to divert 25 million nuisance calls
a week to a junk voicemail inbox. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-3442025/BT-cracks-cold-callers-free-service-divert-25million-nuisance-calls-week-junk-voicemail-inbox.html
I turned my backpacking trip into a business
spanning Europe and got a £50m cash injection
all by the age of 32' - the start-up story of
and Amazon probed over fake reviews.
orders fleet to deploy in Aegean Sea 'to help
end Europe's refugee crisis'. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/nato-orders-fleet-to-deploy-in-aegean-sea-to-help-end-europes-refugee-crisis-a6867076.html
Every time small, independent entrepreneurs
try to make a few bob, the Americans come along
and queer everyone's patch. Though it's clearly
OK to murder the next half-a-million refugees
they've created, instead.
I quit my smartphone addiction and really started
working key to start-up success.
Couldn't agree more. It's been conventional
wisdom for thousands of years. Until the internet
and fake social media (for dummies) arrived
on the scene.
of renting equipment. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/benefits-of-renting-equipment/
the right balance in digital marketing.
computing: Getting up & running as a start
Community: ways to boost your phone battery's
and Cons of Becoming a Franchisee.
to Buy a Business, Not a Lemon. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/cs/buysellabiz/a/buybusinessstep.htm?utm_content=6071643&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Startup Costs. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/a/startupcosts.htm?utm_content=6071578&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Buy-to-let surge 'raising house prices'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35540513
Translation: estate agents are using a bit
of scaremongering to raise house asking prices.
becoming more sophisticated, May warns as she
launches new taskforce. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/10/fraudsters-becoming-more-sophisticated-may-warns-as-she-launches-new-taskforce/
A taskforce made up of the same dickheads
who have allowed fraudsters to become more sophisticated?
face ban on 'special offers' that cost shoppers
£1,000 a year. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/household-bills/12151067/Supermarkets-face-ban-on-special-offers-that-cost-shoppers-1000-a-year.html
'fail to spot cheapest deals'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35539416
Probably because they shop while peering
at a plastic codpiece all the time?
fall to spark a rush of moving money home from
abroad: here's how to do it. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/11986097/Transferring-money-abroad-Ultimate-guide-to-currency-exchange-options.html
Only six months late to be giving this kind
of advice, isn't it? After the daily swathes
of regime propaganda which have pulled the wool
over the public's eyes over the state of the
fails to add new users in last quarter of 2015.
Running out of fresh morons, is it?
scams on the rise: 'A fraudster conned me out
of thousands'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/12148131/Dating-scams-on-the-rise-A-fraudster-conned-me-out-of-thousands.html
You don't need to fall for a dating scam
to be conned out of thousands; the regime and
its taxman will do.
your money safe online? 16 ways to make sure.
16 ways of guarding the highest ever recorded
levels of personal debt because of the regime's
and the banking industry's criminal incompetence?
Once upon a time, when people actually had some
money, it used to be as simple as a biscuit
tin under the mattress and a shotgun. In fact,
even the shotgun wasn't strictly necessary.
MP admits he has moved back into his parent's
home to save up for a deposit. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/12150280/Tory-MP-admits-he-has-moved-back-into-his-parents-home-to-save-up-for-a-deposit.html
Does that mean the regime's recently-announced
Help To Buy ISA (propaganda) isn't going to
cut the mustard? Perhaps our MP should get a
set for inheritance shock. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/10/40-somethings-set-for-inheritance-shock/
Once again, regime propaganda is only twenty
years behind the times.
pubs could close if drink drive limit is lowered.
for sex' - Entrepreneurs set up KinkBNB for
lovers to book guiltless sexcapades. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12148916/airbnb-for-sex-kinkbnb-sexcapade.html
How on earth did all those generations of
old farts manage to have a discreet bit on the
side before the internet came along, I wonder?
Still, it's all business, I suppose.
the womble claiming £200 a week from receipts
you dropped in the supermarket. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/meet-womble-claiming-200-week-7346907
That was £200 a week. But now that
the taxman knows, it'll be just £96 a
week after deductions towards Google's corporate
approves deal for UK anti-doping to take charge
of drug-testing in Russia. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/feb/10/wada-uk-anti-doping-russia-drug-testing
That'll guarantee the corrupt, cheating,
doping status quo.
pulls out of IAAF sponsorship deal over public-image
Hot on the heels of Adidas' withdrawal of
sponsorship, this is the only kind of reaction
which will, realistically, have any impact on
sports conduct. The problem remains the major
American sponsors, who, coming from a culture
of cheating and corruption, are unlikely to
view the problem with the same degree off sensitivity
as their European counterparts - despite all
the orchestrated bullshit surrounding Lance
Armstrong's relatively minor transgressions.
New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach,
May 4 2016 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. http://www.openforumevents.co.uk/event/a-new-strategy-for-sport-a-change-of-approach-2/
Do's and Don'ts for Your Elevator Pitch.
UK goods trade gap biggest on record. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35530340
That's the problem with imposing sanctions
on trading partners. It's often more than a
double-edged sword. (Vlad 'The Bad' will be
the meantime, perhaps the country's Brexit fans
can come up with some ideas on who to export
to when you've literally killed off 25% of your
shoppers cast off January blues with return
to the high street. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/39355/
five per cent of Britains shops have been
empty for more than three years. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/nearly-five-per-cent-of-britains-shops-have-been-empty-for-more-than-three-years/
prices falling in record pace since 2014.
Obviously keeping pace with the country's
declining spending power.
of England poised to act if household debt spirals.
House Price Crash 2016 Predictions Mount.
offers London black cab 'olive branch'.
cabbies reject free Uber offer. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35533210
lenders hit by changing views, Church says.
It's a pity the Church hasn't been more outspoken
in its criticism of the banking industry in
general which has been doing far greater harm
to individuals and businesses for hundreds of
years, than the much more recent trend of payday
lending. Still, we mustn't expect too much of
an institution which gives spiritual succour,
financial backing and verbal support to war
criminals, mass murders, terrorists and torturers.
surge in current account fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/09/warning-huge-surge-in-current-account-fraud/
As aided and abetted by the banking industry,
its assorted watchdogs and present regime.
large sums in your current account? Beware 'smishing'
scam that saw one Santander customer lose £23k
(and the bank won't refund his cash). http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/saving/article-3438512/Beware-smishing-scam-saw-one-Santander-customer-lose-23k.html
million people registered for Paym mobile service.
No shortage of mugs for more 'smishing' scams
(and online fraud), then?
best and worst places in the country for broadband.
lottery' over energy prices. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35531618
up your home without burning your money.
car insurance myths busted. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/advice/10-car-insurance-myths-busted/
sell meat products that contains no meat.
demands Facebook stop tracking non-users.
Tracking is the responsibility of the French
state, after all.
scans wine menu for reviews and recommendations.
Bangladesh, startup provides rural health care
through tablets. http://www.springwise.com/bangladesh-startup-rural-health-care-tablets/?utm_campaign=280202_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-09&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,607E,2V1FMX,I5NP,1
plugin clicks on every online ad. http://www.springwise.com/obfuscation-plugin-clicks-every-online-ad/?utm_campaign=280202_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-09&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,607E,2V1FMX,I5NP,1
printed garment changes shape when looked at.
platform fronts revenues on pending invoices.
European rail booking platform. https://www.captaintrain.com/en
Ban £50 notes to tackle crime, ex-bank
chief says. (BBC version.) http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35519884
'The high-denomination notes are favoured by
terrorists, drug lords and tax evaders',
claims the report; aka the British Nazi regime
and its mates.
£50 notes to stop plumbers and builders
avoiding tax, urges government adviser.
(British regime/American/Israeli Nazi propaganda
could also be suggested is what the French introduced
not long ago - a cash ceiling of 1000 euros
on purchases. Or the Danes, who banned cash
then, the Danes have taken to robbing refugees
to get their hands on some shekels. And the
French continue to whine for more subs from
the EU as always - while the whole country is
on perpetual strike complaining about not being
able to make ends meet.
both the French and the Danes are supporters
of American/Israeli terrorism.
Corbyn wants local councils to be public
(Falls off perch, laughing hysterically.)
this the best time to bag a property bargain?
reasons why I'm looking forward to the house
price crash. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/10-reasons-why-im-looking-forward-to-the-house-price-crash/
data protection self-assessment tool. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2016/01/ico-launches-new-data-protection-self-assessment-tool-for-smes/
The ICO has launched a self-assessment tool
to help small business owners assess their compliance
with the Data Protection Act. The assessment
covers the key obligations that small firms
have when processing their customers' personal
information, as well as providing links to relevant
guidance. The new toolkit can be completed as
one comprehensive assessment or it can be accessed
as separate checklists so users can adapt it
to their individual business needs.
business just collapsed - the truths that entrepreneurs
never tell you about failure. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/work/the-truths-about-failure-that-every-entrepreneur-needs-to-embrac/
There is no shortage of business people (aka
'entrepreneurs) who will tell you about their
failures if anyone cares to get out more and
rub shoulders with reality - and not just anonymous,
pretend-entrepreneurs on social media and in
regime press releases.
in translation: hilarious mistranslated Chinese
Scarcely 'hilarious' - but understandable.
Google Translate is seriously piss-poor - unless
you already have a good working knowledge of
the language you are trying to translate. Unlike
grotesqueley overpaid Inglisch propaganda hacks
relying on dumb American spellcheckers because
they are too lazy and too stupid to demonstrate
an adequate grasp of their own langwidge.
neighbours, landlords selling up, and flooding
risks: property news. http://www.independent.co.uk/property/house-and-home/property/nuisance-neighbours-landlords-selling-up-and-flooding-risks-property-news-a6855441.html
social housing tenants 'will be unable to afford
market rents'. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/06/many-social-housing-tenants-will-be-unable-to-afford-market-rents-1/
Many landlords see this as a bigger problem
than a hike in stamp duty.
Osborne's 'tenant tax' could force thousands
of families out of council homes.
The 'businesses in a box' of tomorrow. Cardboard
boxes under flyovers.
criminals are hijacking peoples online
tax returns to claim bogus refunds: HMRC admits
fraudsters made 17,000 attempts to steal more
than £96 million. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3435868/Cyber-criminals-hijacking-people-s-online-tax-returns-claim-bogus-refunds.html
There's an interesting take on the Google
sold potentially lethal home-made bleach to
parents after it was promoted as a cure for
Seems a likely bedfellow for Ingerlandt's
latest export drive currently making a name
for itself - the Zika Virus (together with the
Americans, natch). http://truepublica.org.uk/global/3516/
should help answer the critics that claim all
Ingerlandt manufactures these days, are bombs.
best chef' who commit suicide was 'victim of
£1m wine scam'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/switzerland/12145134/Worlds-best-chef-who-commit-suicide-was-victim-of-huge-wine-scam.html
Perhaps not the world's best chef; I know
lots of people even in the trade, who haven't
heard of him. The accolade was only conferred
by the French, after all. So perhaps it comes
as no surprise he also fell for a wine scam.
return of the dogs of war: what's it like to
be a soldier for hire? http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/feb/06/the-return-of-the-dogs-of-war-whats-it-like-to-be-a-soldier-for-hire
Just slightly higher on the social scale
than a politician for hire.
media 'most right-wing' in Europe.
'Right wing'? Criminal, hate-preaching Nazi
propaganda, surely? It wouldn't be so bad if
they published in the country's interests, either.
But all they do is upload American and Israeli
shite all the time, liberally interspersed with
daily micro-celebrity crap and and a thousand
insights into the nation's official sport of
cheating, doping and corruption. (Although American
sports of doping, cheating and corruption are
becoming increasingly reported, as well.)
advice from female Entrepreneurs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/business-advice-from-female-entrepreneurs/
Longest-ever 0% debt-busting credit cards launched.
our family home will cost £7,500 extra
thanks to tax aimed at tycoons'.
expat workers flooding home as Australia's mining
boom turns to dust. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/mining/12142813/Australias-mining-boom-turns-to-dust-as-commodity-prices-collapse.html
That will be another 250,000 migrant entrepreneurs
the regime will be adding to its stats then.
Google tax row rages, Osborne jets to the Super
Bowl sponsored by, er, Google.
vegetables to feed a family of four for a week
for £3.50? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-3435010/Asda-starts-selling-wonky-veg-boxes-128-stores.html
VERY smart phone: How we will soon have an app
to translate conversations in real time leading
to the end of the language barrier.
That's going to take a quantum leap over
what is currently on offer, such as Google Translate.
Not that the average user will be able to tell
the difference, though. Finding
someone with a dummyphone who can speak their
own language these days would already constitute
Low Cost Business Ideas You Can Launch This
Ways to Use Your Skills to Start a Side Business.
Business Plan. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessplans/a/quickbizplan.htm?utm_content=6028227&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
is an online MBA and should you study for one?
Buy-to-let investors beware: two major rule
changes could destroy your investment. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/05/buy-to-let-investors-beware-two-major-rule-changes-could-destro/
new Facebook fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/05/scamwatch-new-facebook-fraud/
makes a fortune selling bottled British air
to the Chinese for £80 a pop. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12142653/Businessman-makes-a-fortune-selling-bottled-British-air-to-the-Chinese-for-80-a-pop.html
100k house: tricks of the trade. http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/home-garden/interiors/design-news/the-100k-house-tricks-of-the-trade-big-home-renovation-ideas-on-micro-budgets-a98881.html
Top 10 Ways to Lose Customers. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/customerservice/ss/The-Top-10-Ways-to-Lose-Customers.htm?utm_content=6028191&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Types of Customers No Business Can Afford to
app gives stranded drivers a boost. http://www.springwise.com/on-demand-app-gives-stranded-drivers-boost/?utm_campaign=274620_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-04&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,5VWC,2V1FMX,HQ53,1
podcast platform offers dynamic advertising.
alternative is cheaper, stronger and quicker
to install. http://www.springwise.com/cement-alternative-cheaper-stronger-quicker-install/?utm_campaign=274620_Springwise%20Daily%20-%202016-02-04&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Newsletter&dm_i=3GJ2,5VWC,2V1FMX,HQ53,1
cocktail spouts train amateur mixicologists.
What to do if youve missed the self-assessment
tax return deadline. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/what-to-do-if-youve-missed-the-self-assessment-deadline/
prices rise at fastest rate since July 2014
- but supply is choking. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/house-prices/12139739/House-prices-still-on-the-up-as-supply-remains-sluggish.html
press release. Syria conference: (War
Sajid Javid to lead UK Business Task Force.
This is where Big Corp is given the earnings
opportunity of rebuilding a country which Ingerlandt's
(and other Coalition of Evil) Nazi regimes have
been bombing and destroying for the past few
years. With local, Syrian businesses driven
out together with 5 million other refugees,
Ingerlandt's (and the EU's) corporate economic
migrants should see very little opposition to
making a further quick killing or two.
independent members from 99% of the UK's business
community are not eligible for the UK Business
Task Force because they do not belong to Friends
of Israel, bribe corrupt politicians or contribute
to regime propaganda.)
international aid pledge to tackle Syrian refugee
Taxpayers' hard-earned which will all go
into the pockets of - guess? (Read above for
a clue if necessary.)
would-be home-owners open Help to Buy Isa, says
George Osborne. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/02/04/250000-wouldbe-homeowners-open-help-to-buy-isa-says-george-osborne/
At least that's helped slow down the hundreds
of thousands of ISAs being closed because of
piss-poor interest rates. As for helping to
buy a home . . . well, dream on.
DIY skills are dying out in men.
'Men'? I thought they began dying out too
when dummyphones, social media and above all,
selfies came along?
tips for making sure youre ready to set
up your own business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/five-tips-for-making-sure-youre-ready-to-set-up-your-own-business/
businesses can get ahead with mobile social
supermarkets arrive in France. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/22790
Whether or not this idea will fit in with
the general French philosophy of 'Moi, et moi,
et moi et moi et moi,' remains to be seen. Co-operative
ventures have had very little success in the
country so far because they entail work.
law forbids food waste by supermarkets.
A bit of decent news for a change - conspicuously
absent from the pages of the UK's Nazi propaganda.
anticipates saffron sales will soar after lifting
of sanctions. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/04/iran-saffron-sales-lifting-sanctions
My friendly, local saffron grower tells me
that demand for saffron will always outstrip
supply. Let's hope so for all the small, home-based,
producers who have popped up around Europe in
their hundreds in recent years.
reasons you might need an accountant. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/taxaccounting/a/do-i-need-an-accountant.htm?utm_content=6028177&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
UK services sector maintains growth. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35481011
Wasn't it at about the same time as the 'services
sector' arrived on the scene that the 'Great'
dropped out of Great Britain?
Sunday trading powers handed to councils.
investors 'to sell 500,000 properties' as confidence
wined and dined by arms trade hours after MPs
demand ban on selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
What else are the regime's war criminals
supposed to do? Support the massive 99% majority
of the country's small businesses and self-employed,
loses 101,000 customers after hack. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/02/02/talktalk-loses-101000-customers-after-hack/
you need a separate bank account for your online
shopping: That's police advice as 1,000 people
a day are hit by fraud. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/article-3429008/Now-need-separate-bank-account-online-shopping-s-police-advice-1-000-people-day-hit-fraud.html
goes after childminders. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3429180/Now-taxman-goes-childminders-HMRC-sends-thousands-letters-demanding-information-work-nannies-claim-tax-credits.html
Small businessman who told Osborne truth
on tax: He calls for Google and other web giants
to face the same rules and says HMRC staff 'lack
manners and respect'. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3429287/Small-businessman-told-Osborne-truth-tax-calls-web-giants-face-rules-says-HMRC-staff-lack-manners-respect.html
And do Ingerlandt's hate-preaching, criminal
media have any plans for telling the truth about
their tax affairs any time soon?
free things to do around the world. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/12135720/53-free-things-to-do-around-the-world.html
And nowhere that's been 'liberated' by the
Coalition of Evil?
in Trowbridge pub 'ran up man's leg and stole
for Mumbais slum entrepreneurs. http://www.springwise.com/design-museum-mumbais-makers&/?dm_i=3GJ2,5URT,2V1FMX,HM2C,1#8217;s|slum|entrepreneurs|Eco+%26amp%3B+Sustainability|Marketing+%26amp%3B+Advertising|Non-profit%2C+Social+cause
search engine removes the most popular sites.
platform visualizes government data for entrepreneurs.
personalized, and optimized outreach emails.
Business confidence falls as pace of growth
Slowed AGAIN, has it? Just one more 'slowing'
and businesses will be falling over with rigor
broadband suffers major outage across UK. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/02/02/bt-broadband-suffers-major-outage-across-uk/
Just another day at the office . . .
working to fix nationwide broadband issues.
I didn't think there were any larfs left
in the BT broadband shaggy dog joke. So when
are the long-suffering British public going
to get their money back for being conned for
more than twenty years?
Press release. High streets and city centres
to benefit from Sunday trading devolution:
lines up state assets for privatisation.
The country is obviously going from strength
to strength. Ingerlandt has sold off far more
taxpayers' assets than this and then claimed
to be enjoying an economic boom! For the past
and US clinch data-transfer deal to replace
Safe Harbour. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35471851
'Welcomed by British business'? What British
business? It's nothing more than the
next step towards Europe becoming a vassal state
of America. (Fagland Ingerlandt already being
a US county.)
secret UK-Eurotunnel tribunal reveals something
disturbing about refugees and TTIP.
proposes ban on blackberry picking.
you, there can't be that many people left in
Ingerlandt who know what blackberry picking
is. Unless it's collecting a little plastic
punnet of sour, half-ripe water and chemicals
from the aisles at Sainsburys.
the 16 smartest start-up businesses to launch
in 2016. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/yourbusiness/12136396/Revealed-the-16-smartest-start-up-businesses-to-launch-in-2016.html
Almost nothing new here. No shares. No comments.
As usual. I'm surprised none of the construction
trades get a look-in, though. Perhaps, being
in the real world, they are just making too
much money to spread the word.
dominatrix' charges men £1,000 to be walked
like a dog on lead through streets.
Now there's a 'proper' business start-up
for you. Minimal outlay. (Dog collar and lead
plus a second-hand pair of lederhosen from eBay.)
No premises - just the local streets. Plenty
of customers, too. (Not restricted to Nazi politicians,
apparently.) Highly lucrative. What
more could you want?
smart, self-installing car safety seat.
. . . which has been prompted by multi-tasking,
dummyphone zombie parents who can't fix a safety
seat while talking, fummin' and looking at another
piece of plastic at the same time.
can store sunlight and release it later as heat.
Yeah. Our verandah was built on one over
fifty years ago. It's called a 'heat sink'.
delivers birth control pills on-demand.
the word 'no' which seemed to suffice, once.
Before the internet came along.
Taxpayers turn to online returns, says HMRC.
I believe the idea is that taxpayers
aren't going to be given a choice in how they
file their returns.
lost because watchdogs 'did nothing.
One of the professionally delinquent 'watchdogs'
included the HMRC. Aren't we surprised.
reports a 24% jump in quarterly profits amid
The 're-vamp' clearly not including the provision
of a viable, national broadband service.
to call for checks on bank power over SMEs.
More political posing.
reveals small business owners' attitudes to
A survey of 1,500 small business owners, carried
out by Aviva, has revealed mixed attitudes towards
cybercrime. Four in ten respondents did not
believe they were at risk from cybercrime, and
nearly two thirds did not know or were unsure
about how they would react to an attack. However,
more than one in three small business owners
surveyed had experienced a cyberattack, and
three quarters of these respondents estimated
that it had cost them up to £1,000 to
remedy. Commenting on the findings, Angus Eaton,
Managing Director of Commercial Lines at Aviva,
warned small business owners that it was a mistake
to think criminals would only target big business.
there's the widely-held view that most cyber-criminals
are 'big business' anyway.
million wouldn't last a month if they lost their
No, but at least they will be tomorrow's
'self-employed entrepreneurs' without a job.
hit by pension trap can go to Job Centre and
claim benefits, minister says. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12134718/Women-hit-by-pension-trap-can-go-to-Job-Centre-and-claim-benefits-minister-says.html
'Such as a business start-up loan at a 6%
interest rate,' added the minister.
cold homes, ministers told. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35459447
businesses handed taxpayer cash to install energy-saving
press release. Ministers call on construction
industry to invest and build home grown talent.
Construction skills shortages are a pretty
universal problem these days. Viewed through
the dumb, idle eyes of the media, the whole
world revolves around the iPhone and every youngster
interviewed wants to be a total waster, either
winning a tasteless talent show or working for
the video game industry. While they continue
to languish on the dole, the increasingly rare
breed of roofers are tanning themselves while
taking home more money than brain surgeons.
(Not that being a brain surgeon is a particularly
demanding job these days. Especially since Arsebook
and Twatter came along.)
as business trip man 'deported from US because
of skin colour'. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-35398937
'Yeller' is the colour currently favoured
by the US regime, it seems.
British landmarks renamed to cater for Chinese
The move is also designed to help Ingerlandt's
educationally challenged politicians who would
normally fail a nationality test and thus risk
deportation, from undue daily embarrassment.
one million investors lose £5.3bn in massive
China Ponzi scam. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/china-business/12133514/Almost-one-million-investors-lose-5.3bn-in-massive-China-Ponzi-scam.html
In the UK meanwhile, 30 million taxpayers
get shafted by the Ponzi regime for a £25
billion public asset sell-off in the last year
best 20 bakeries. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/britains-best-bakeries/
Words You Need to Eliminate if You Want to Be
7 Myths About Starting a Small Business.
'For Canada', it says. But this reality check
is equally applicable to most parts of the world.
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a
Small Business. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/cs/startup/a/startownbiz.htm?utm_content=5992937&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Business Secretary (and war criminal):
Google tax deal was not a 'glorious moment'.
Nor was Ingerlandt's fags for American/Israeli
terrorism voting to continue murdering the Syrian
civilian population. (And the Iraqi; Afghan:
Yemeni; Libyan; Palestinian; etc.)
growth 'slowest since 2013', says CBI.
Backing US/Israeli terrorism clearly isn't
as profitable as it used to be, in that case
(with the US economy contracting as well.) Especially
since the Ruskies began bombing the Coalition
of Evil's ISIS allies and imposing sanctions.
tax: 'HMRC wants a direct link to everyone's
bank accounts'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12128902/Digital-tax-HMRC-wants-a-direct-link-to-everyones-bank-accounts.html
I'm sure they do. Bunch of stalag gatekeepers.
checks 25% down despite horsemeat crisis.
Just limbering up for TTIP and human
doubled my yield through letting ex-council
banks everyone's ditching and where they're
up an internationl payments account. http://mon-conso-one.fr/miroir/email.php?eid=64880&ehash=5dc5e&mid=22488964210&sid=49232975&hash=2f56e
Traits You Need to Be Self-Employed. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/startup/a/beselfemployed.htm?utm_content=5954584&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=
4 Most Difficult Stages of Becoming an Entrepreneur.
micropayments support users favorite sites.
life jackets turned into warm mattresses.
serve up ethnic cuisine delivery service.
Signs You Should Own a Restaurant. http://restaurants.about.com/od/beforeyouopen/a/10-Signs-You-Should-Own-A-Restaurant.htm?utm_content=5992815&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Major Food and Drink Trends For 2016. http://foodbeverage.about.com/od/Whats_Hot/fl/2016-Food-and-Drink-Trends-Focus-On-Health-For-Humans-amp-the-Earth.htm?utm_content=5992815&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Two Main Problems of Starting a Small Business.
it's like to be a professional Lego builder.
Online self-assessment tax return deadline looms.
pension rules stop me saving - aged 49'.
Just one of the realities of trying to be
a successful entrepreneur in Engerlandt.
Iranians could rescue London's luxury property
Is this before - or after - they get bombed
by the Coalition of Evil?
row giant Google is PAID by the government to
collect OUR tax with HMRC. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tax-row-giant-google-paid-7279043
Is this a promising sign for the country's
'5 million' self-employed, unpaid tax collectors?
Google signs lucrative deal with HMRC what are
the 6 key questions? http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/google-signs-lucrative-deal-hmrc-7279266
Home Business Ideas. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/homebusinessprofiles/a/75-Home-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=5992869&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Your Home Business without Going Into Debt.
Ways to Make Some Extra Money on the Side.
UK consumer confidence continues to remain high.
In other words, consumers continue to spend
money they haven't got.
defends mobile tariff 'price hike'. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35441452
are hoarding up to £13 billion worth of
phones at home - how to ditch your handset for
maximum cash. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/brits-hoarding-up-13-billion-7269382
drivers 'should get harsher punishment for using
phone at wheel. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3423705/Business-drivers-harsher-punishment-using-phone-wheel-Police-chief-s-plan-sparks-fears-two-tier-justice.html
online banking is 'attacked'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35438159
Things That All Successful Entrepreneurs Do.
Buy-to-let warning: Immigration checks apply
from February 1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/12124995/Buy-to-let-warning-Immigration-checks-apply-from-February-1.html
From unpaid taxman, to unpaid policeman to
unpaid immigration officer. Under which circumstances,
might it be more economical to allow the defenders
of our country's sovereignty and security to
get on with their stilted, faux-reality acting
careers, full-time? And pay our businessfolk
a little something for their troubles, instead?
are in more debt than employed & unemployed.
Yes - that's the idea. It's why the regime
is offering start-up loans to clueless, 'aspiring'
businessfolk so that they continue to suffocate
from debt in the manner to which they have already
not even a Financial Health Warning on the package!
of freelancers believe they are overpaying tax.
Yes, once again, that is the idea. Financing
American Big Corp, international terrorism and
crimes against humanity are an expensive business.
Someone has to pay. (And time to big up the
numbers of self-employed again!)
owners buying second property face additional
3% tax bill. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/28/home-owners-buying-second-property-face-additional-3-tax-bill/
Luvverly jubberly. Thousands more dead children
for the tax-dodging Anglo-American murder industry
to get their teeth into.
VAT review could end Britain's exemption on
food, medicine and children's clothing.
'laughing stock' of Europe after Italy claims
€227m in unpaid tax from Google.
Hardly anything new . . .
regime accused of shortchanging public as £26bn
privatisation haul revealed. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/tories-accused-of-shortchanging-public-as-26bn-privatisation-haul-revealed/
As not reported by Nazi regime propaganda,
of course. And anyway, once again, this is old
farms squeezed even harder as income halves
due to milk price war. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12128033/Dairy-farms-squeezed-even-harder-as-income-halves-due-to-milk-price-war.html
cash spending choices revealed. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35419330
village flooded four times in eight weeks as
new warnings and flood alerts issued.
That will be the signal for an estate of
jerry-built starter homes to go up, then.
nationalities choose the UK for a holiday?
Homeowners living in flood-hit areas face higher
council tax bills. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/flooding/12123738/Homeowners-living-in-flood-hit-areas-face-higher-council-tax-bills.html
How about all the bent councillors who approved
construction in areas prone to flooding paying
the higher council tax bills as well as compensation
to the affected home owners, instead?
launches new broadband code to protect UK SMEs.
It's hard to say whose conduct in The Great
UK Broadband Scam has been the most criminal.
That of the telecon providers? Or taxpayer-funded
posers, Ofcon? (The country's barely elected
ones averting their gaze while fagging for American
and Israeli terrorists during this time.)
lag to raise house prices, says Nationwide.
Or at least that's the plan favoured by all
the leeches which feed off the UK's Ponzi housing
been paid £500 for spotting derelict properties
- with thousands to come'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/12122972/In-Londons-crazy-housing-market-I-get-paid-to-spot-derelict-properties.html
may be rising - but we're still doing better
than our neighbours. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/27/taxes-may-be-rising-but-we-re-still-doing-better-than-our-neighbours/
Which 'neighbours'? The Martians? There is
just one, major fly in the ointment which this
piece of regime propaganda forgets to mention.
Almost 90% of the UK's population barely earn
enough money on which to pay taxes. Especially
if they are self-employed entrepreneurs.
The Truth About Poverty In Britain Is Much Worse
Than You Think: http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/truth-poverty-britain-much-worse-think/
out if your credit card limit is increased.
payment to the wrong bank account? New help
is available. http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/26/electronic-payment-processors-help-users-retrieve-funds-sent-in-error/
tax: War criminal David Cameron defends his
regime's £130m UK tax deal.
Just after defending his Nazi regime's supply
of arms to the world's leading terrorist states.
However, the alleged explosion in the UK's numbers
of self-employed is expected to take up the
fiscal slack necessary for the regime to continue
its fagging duties to Israel and America.
landline? That'll be £22,000.
Ah, but there's the cost of cash suppositories
for the regime's bent war criminals to take
into account, as well: or someone might start
asking too many questions about the country's
massive broadband scam.
pub by the sea' in Kent wins Gastropub of the
Year - again. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/pubs-and-bars/britains-best-gastro-pubs-2016/
back in top 10 countries seen as least corrupt.
The survey interviewed a sample group of
22.5 leading lobby groups, tax-dodging American
corporations, international accountancy firms
and Nazi MPs whose expenses receipts had just
been lost - again.
for a more accurate overview of where Britain
stands on corruption, try this: Latest corruption
index does not reveal Britains real place
in global crime wave. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/latest-corruption-index-not-reveal-britains-real-place-global-crime-wave/
Enters New and Dangerous Stage As Democracy
is Dismantled in Secret. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/ttip-enters-new-and-dangerous-stage-as-democracy-is-dismantled-in-secret/
How US Corporations Stole Your Private
Data Irrespective Of EU Law. http://truepublica.org.uk/united-kingdom/3417/
. . and all the dummyphone zombies go, 'Oh,
my God (9 times); that's awesome.'
Tesco knowingly delayed payments to suppliers.
I know the media has deliberately been dumbing
down (very successfuly) the public at large
since the internet came along but I would have
thought a watchdog could have been recruited
to show at least a modicum of intelligence and
sector savoir faire.
ALL large companies, especially the grocery
sector, have a policy of delaying payments to
their suppliers to improve their own financial
position. It's been going on for decades - popularised
especially by Margaret Thatcher's industry cronies
- and is openly endorsed and encouraged by governments
of all shades and practices.
of thousands of businesses tell Government they
can 'no longer remain silent' about patchy broadband.
Businesses have never 'remained silent' about
fraudulent broadband performance. To put it
more accurately, the regime's criminal propaganda
is finally reporting the whole scam as it is,
after having aided and abetted a series of governments
and telecoms crooks for decades. Who knows,
they might even start reporting other major
issues more accurately, next?
remain over HMRC service standards.
According to research by ICAEW, the quality
of HMRC services has continued to deteriorate
despite HMRC recruiting over 3,000 call centre
staff. Over 90% of survey respondents believed
that HMRC service standards had either remained
the same or had worsened with only one in five
trusting HMRC to "get it right first time".
In addition, 57% of ICAEW members said the amount
of time spent dealing with HMRC had increased,
which is up from 47% last year. The most cited
areas for improvement were call waiting times
at 37% and better staff knowledge at 35%. However,
the services provided by HMRC's dedicated agent
line and agent account managers scored well
in the research, and survey respondents believed
these services should be developed further.
to co-ordinate cross-government export activity.
UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) will co-ordinate
activity by other government departments to
help UK firms to export more. As part of this
new approach, UKTI will locate sector experts
in key government departments to create a more
cohesive approach to exporting. For example,
it will create a Great British Food unit in
the Department for Environment, Food & Rural
Minister Lord Maude said: "To improve the
UK's export performance we need to get the whole
of government mobilised and working towards
the same goal. By putting a refocused UKTI at
the centre of a co-ordinated cross-government
approach relevant departments will share expertise
to get UK businesses exporting." (EnterpriseQuest)
am quite sure UKTI's dismal track record of
nothing but exporting arms to ISIS, Saudi Arabia
and Israel makes it supremely qualified to co-ordinate
regime export activity. Will they be wearing
black Nazi armbands so that we can recognise
them at trade shows?
200 Homes Have Been Built On Public Land Sold
Off By The Government, Whitehall Admits.
are the countries around the world with better
internet speeds than the UK. http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/these-are-the-countries-around-the-world-with-better-internet-speeds-than-the-uk--WkGYPOxbW6l?utm_source=indy&utm_medium=top5&utm_campaign=i100
Etiquette - How Many of These Digital Faux Pas
Are You Committing? http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jemma-moran/email-etiquette-faux-pas_b_9068158.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl8%7Csec3_lnk6%26pLid%3D423970
Every time I read such classical, advice,
I am left wondering why the vast majority of
emails I receive at least, don't show even the
slightest respect for courtesy and common sense?
you been duped by fake reviews? http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/01/25/have-you-been-duped-by-fake-reviews/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl19%7Csec3_lnk4%26pLid%3D423979
Self-assessment tax return deadline relief for
the flood-hit. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35400912
Are they going to get six years or more,
like HMRC's American corporate snouts-in-the-trough?
experience trends that will shape 2016.
UK's new start-up hub is in... Slough? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/12120463/The-UKs-new-start-up-hub-is-in...-Slough.html
policy is failing to keep up with start up businesses.
Apart from a little pretentious publicity-seeking,
I can't imagine any business support professional
ever believing the Government - any government
- giving one carrot for the plight of 99% of
start-up businesses. The name of the game, as
everyone knows, is to jack up the numbers then
ignore them until it's time to jack them up
some more. And who has been helping the present
regime do precisely that, I wonder?
business call costs in 2016. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/lower-business-call-costs-in-2016/
set to make all business customers change accounts.
Wouldn't it be more reassuring to change
in five home insurance claims rejected.
warning: The people pretending to be the Government
and taking your money for free services.
An even more outrageous scam is the Government
selling off services which have been paid for
with taxpayers' money.
shortages drive up construction wages. http://www.citb.co.uk/news-events/uk/construction-wages-pushed-up-by-skills-shortages/
While wages on average increased by 2% across
the UK in Q4 2015, construction workers' wages
rose by 6% in the same period according to the
UK Construction Market Survey published by the
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
in January 2016.
to RICS, a shortage of skilled workers, such
as bricklayers and quantity surveyors, is believed
to be the cause of higher than average wage
rises in the construction sector. Despite optimism
about future growth and profitability, 66% of
survey respondents reported that difficulty
in hiring skilled workers has stopped them from
taking on new work in Q4 2015. (EnterpriseQuest)
homeowners told to wait for three years for
'minimum' broadband speeds. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/countryside/12120912/Rural-homeowners-told-to-wait-for-three-years-for-minimum-broadband-speeds.html
Quite the old chestnut, is broadband fraud
in the UK. Good enough for gongs and ministerial
appointments all round.
seeks professional builder. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12118000/Lego-seeks-professional-builder.html
It will be interesting to see which East
European national gets the job then?
the £24m mansion/office for those who
love working from home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/house-prices/12120696/Revealed-the-24m-mansionoffice-for-those-who-love-working-from-home.html
Richard: Ex-Dragons' Den star paid girl, 13,
for sex after meeting her on 'sugar daddy' website,
court hears. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/12119531/Doug-Richard-Ex-Dragons-Den-star-paid-girl-13-for-sex-court-hears.html
It's not just the country's business support
framework which got fuc*ed then?
entrepreneur? Make sure you know everything
you need to know. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/business-entrepreneur-make-sure-you-know-everything-you-need-to-know/
books that every entrepreneur should read.
service for tax returns. http://www.springwise.com/texting-service-taxes-experts/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25+CID_255faed6bc8dfe5ca2dc79ede7625651&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Text%20service%20for%20tax%20returns
arm for the consumer market. http://www.springwise.com/robotic-arm-consumer-market/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25&utm_content=Springwise%20Daily-2016-01-25+CID_255faed6bc8dfe5ca2dc79ede7625651&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Robotic%20arm%20for%20the%20consumer%20market
toys tipped for growth. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35399316
EU membership 'vital for UK businesses and jobs'.
plot to raid your pension pot. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3414867/Not-New-plot-raid-pension-pot-Treasury-looking-limiting-lifetime-allowance-750-000-restricting-away-year.html
Unless you are one of the regime's alleged
4.5 million self-employed 'entrepreneurs', in
which case you won't have a pension pot to worry
you can file your tax return by phone: Revenue's
climbdown to help small businesses.
climbdown to 'help' small businesses? Is this
a bad joke? I think the following article is
a far better indicator of the HMRC's (and the
Nazi regime's) 'help' for small businesses:
What you didnt know about HMRC, Google,
Secret Deals, George Osborne and the Tax Gap.
- facts about broadband. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35399030
Aren't Ofcon supposed to provide those? Perhaps
what is really needed are police to police the
government promises to keep law and order in
Given the abject failure of successive French
governments at keeping law and order in Calais
when it comes to their own, striking, trade
union thugs, I wouldn't bet any money on their
ability to do so now. Better to give Calais
as wide a berth as possible and see whether
a prolonged dose of chomage in the port
doesn't improve matters instead.
the meantime, the usual shambolic chaos (which
has absolutely nothing to do with refugees)
of the French travel industry continues as normal:
8 hours delay on the Eurostar yesterday: http://www.deplacementspros.com/Nouvelle-galere-sur-Eurostar_a36420.html:
yet another air traffic controllers' strike
. . . . and so on, and so on.
to end sponsorship of IAAF over doping scandal
- reports. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/jan/24/adidas-iaaf-end-sponsorship-report
Not so much a case of Adidas being unaware
of doping in athletics - or any other highly
mediatised sport - but more a case of trying
to come out of the whole hypocritical mess smelling
of shit 'n roses. The question now is - will
the major American sponsors follow suit?
friends are almost entirely fake, study finds.
And that's supposed to be 'news' is it? They
will be questioning the business value of social
buys photograph of a potato for €1m.
Or, he could have gone on Facebook and found
millions of photos of 'potatoes' (and other
vegetables) for free.
Sales of Scotland's national dish soar with
US poised to lift import ban. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/haggis-sales-of-scotlands-national-dish-soar-with-us-poised-to-lift-import-ban-a6830081.html
3D-printed weapons fanatic Cody Wilson is one
of the '15 most dangerous men in the world'.
Now there's a novel home business idea for
you. Weapons production. I can see why this
guy's a menace, though. To the existing murder
industry, who could easily be deprived of their
traditional, terrorist client base. And even
the west's propaganda industry, always claiming
that terrorists are armed with Kalashnikovs.
Middle-class workers who 'manipulate' price
comparison sites to get cheap insurance quote
face crackdown. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/12117245/Middle-class-workers-who-manipulate-price-comparison-sites-to-get-cheap-insurance-quote-face-crackdown.html
Like regime propaganda manipulating public
opinion with fake articles, online polls and
lies? Or US terrorist spooks manipulating social
consumers saving cash by seeking 'digital dividends'.
Advertorial for online advertisers of crap,
in other words. In fact, if we took away the
95% of pure rubbish which comprises the 'joys'
of modern connectivity, the savings would be
so monstrous it would put millions of scammers,
bummers and wasters out of business. Which is
what this survey is all about, of course.
you know what you're paying for household bills?
Not the average pleb, no. Too busy looking
at yards of shite on the internet. Not least
of all because they're paying for a super-slow
connectivity scam called 'broadband' which loads
nothing but shite during their entire lifetime.
chief admits there is 'more to do' in roll out
of broadband service. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/01/23/bt-chief-admits-there-is-more-to-do-in-roll-out-of-broadband-service/
Like putting telecoms' conmen in jail for
as long as it takes one of their pages to load.
For ever, in other words.
I'm borrowing £5,000 on credit cards to
put in my pension. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12112912/Why-Im-borrowing-5000-on-credit-cards-to-put-in-my-pension.html
You would have thought that an obscenely
overpaid propaganda rag hack would have had
£5k in readies. If not, then the country's
plebs truly are in a parlous financial state.
Mail rakes in £3m a day from the unwanted
junk mail that drives us mad. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/royal-mail-rakes-3m-day-7234941
So how much does Ingerlandt's hate-preaching
media rake in from 'driving us mad'?
seven golden rules of buy-to-let: How rental
property can still be a good investment if you
do it properly. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-3412406/The-seven-golden-rules-buy-let.html
to make sure you don't become one of the 2,500
cashpoint fraud victims next week.
Larf #1: Toll of being an MP revealed as politicians
reveal threats from the public. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2016/01/24/toll-of-being-an-mp-revealed-as-politicians-reveal-threats-from-the-public/
These threats don't seem to be any more aggressive
than the majority of tradesmen or small businesses
will sometimes face when trying to collect a
debt or confront a shoplifter. And they're not
murdering, thieving, lying Nazi fags and slags
working for American and Israeli terrorists.
Perhaps our war criminal MPs think they are
playing a video game when they vote to continue
slaughtering innocent civilians?
Larf #2: Pentagon Nazi spokesman says some coalition
partners in fight against Isis 'do nothing'.
That's probably because Israel, Turkey, the
Ukraine and Bulgaria are doing such a good job
clandestinely supplying ISIS with American/Coalition
arms, drugs, funding, logistics and propaganda
that everyone else is just standing back in
admiration. (The French would do more but their
from the EU hasn't come through yet. Plus, they
have to tread carefully for a bit as non-US
aligned, independent reporting is fingering
them for their involvement in the Paris massacres.
Whereas Ingerlandt is waiting for Google's overdue
taxes before embarking on its next round of
bombing thousands of civilians on America's/ISIS'
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First invented by the Victorians 150 years
ago but made out of wood and costing only $1.
mimics predators to scare away pest birds.
Or, you could get out the shotgun and get
the drone at the same time. Two virtual birds
with one stone, so to speak.
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For cabbage patch morons with a dummyphone
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