down to see full list; previous
month's (October 2015) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st November 2015
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
'Pay now question later': the future of tax
will take photographs on your property when
they leave parcels behind. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/royal-mail/12023289/Postmen-will-take-photographs-on-your-property-when-they-leave-parcels-behind.html
All part of the regime's other 'war' on red
tape and bureaucracy, no doubt.
houses closing as new generation turns back
on the kitchen. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/12023623/Curry-houses-closing-as-new-generation-turns-back-on-the-kitchen.html
ways work will change in the future. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/nov/29/five-ways-work-will-change-future-of-workplace-ai-cloud-retirement-remote
This all looks terribly complicated to me!
I thought the future was self-employment (official)
and everyone being more in debt and broke than
traffic control sale could trigger international
bidding war. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/12021902/Air-traffic-control-sale-could-trigger-international-bidding-war.html
Of course - why not another 'war' to prop
up spending on the country's ongoing war crimes
in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Palestine,
North Africa, etc, etc. And with the sale of
yet another British taxpayer asset, probably
to the world's #1 terrorist state - the USA
- the blood-money future of terrorism and still
more ISIS-style clones, will remain assured.
air traffic fonctionnaires (official
parasites and leeches) on the other hand, will
continue to disrupt European air travel just
as they always have done, irrespective of who
owns what/where. With the full blessing of their
country's socio-fascist, cockroach regime which
will not be using tear gas or batons on trade
union thugs, because they are its loyal, minority
supporters. (Just like the UK's 24% regime of
cowboy builders, bankers, fake gurus and Facebook
is Cyber Monday? http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/what-cyber-monday-you-need-6915060
rights to returning items you bought by mistake
on Black Friday. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/what-just-buy-your-rights-6914048
suspends contact with EU bodies over labelling
of West Bank produce. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/29/israel-suspends-contact-eu-bodies-labelling-west-bank-produce
It makes a change for Israel's paedo-terrorists
to be hiding behind labels instead of behind
children. Not to worry. With the help of the
French, as usual, Israeli dreams of a new super-state
are under way as the two launch a fresh war
in Syria. http://www.voltairenet.org/article189385.html
That should get around labelling problems
for a few more years.
About Guide to Starting a Business.
5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting
a Business. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/startingabusiness/tp/questions.htm?utm_content=5600187&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Your Home Business in a Month: Week One.
fifth of young adults think fish fingers ACTUALLY
ARE the fingers of fish, research finds.
And that's what happens when you believe
politicians or what you hear and see on telly.
UK house price growth slowed in November, Nationwide
That will be another '3 million' insolvent
home businesses then. Assuming a £500
p.a. turnover on eBay still counts as 'a business'
with the present regime.
interest rates for Help to Buy Isa schemes.
Another regime propaganda exercise. The interest
rates are going to be variable, so there is
no guarantee they are going to last. The scheme
amounts are derisory. The overall financial
benefit isn't even going to keep up with ever-increasing
house prices. (Unless there is a housing market
crash.) And ISAs have acquired a shit reputation
invest in the Russian rouble and buy a house
in Eastern Europe instead? With ISIS suppliers
the Ukraine and now, Turkey, the most recently
sanctioned by Vlad The Bad (in addition to the
USA, Britain and France for their terrorist/'war'
activities in Syria, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan,
the Ukraine and northern Africa), the Russian
economy looks to be rebounding very nicely indeed.
domain registration cost soars as UK internet
registry hikes prices by 50%. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/cost-of-setting-up-website-soars-as-uk-internet-registry-hikes-prices-by-50-a6750496.html
a million British families at risk as hackers
target toy firm website accessing information
described as a 'goldmine for fraudsters'.
statement is 'intended to muddy the waters',
claims anti-doping expert. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-3337374/IAAF-statement-intended-muddy-waters-claims-anti-doping-expert.html
Unfortunately 'doping experts' who have known
the truth for centuries, don't get prime-time
TV exposure on Fux News or the British Bropaganda
Corporation. Like 'experts' or honest journalists
commenting on terrorism, it would upset the
west's media owners, sponsors and advertisers.
Consequently, today's journalistic rule-of-thumb
is simply to maintain the status quo. Or, ensure
Joe Public can't tell its ISIS from its ARSIS.
Shapps quits amid Tory bullying claims. (Regime's
bogus internet 'get-rich-quick' guru slings
his hook.) http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-34952981
Interesting to note how political and media
values have shaped - and ended - this scrote's
Black Friday: online spending surge
in UK and US. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34931837
shoppers, watch out for payment-card-stealing
malware this Christmas. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/20824
release: UK and 18 other EU countries call for
business red tape reduction. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-and-18-other-eu-countries-call-for-business-red-tape-reduction
Apart from the UK, Germany and France are
also making the call. On the grounds that the
trio can create more than enough red tape for
the entire EU just by themselves.
declares an end to 'hiding money in another
country' from January. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12020346/HMRC-declares-an-end-to-hiding-money-in-another-country-from-January.html
You Buy Accounting Software For Your Small Business.
Ways to Simplify Your Business Finances.
#1 Rule You Need for Business Tax Planning.
Giving Back Can Help Your Small Business.
Simple Ways to Make the Best of Volunteering.
fashion designs are downloadable and customizable.
numbers direct offline marketing to online pages.
touchscreen control via finger angling.
UK's small businesses welcome Osbornes
building budget. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/uks-small-businesses-welcome-osbornes-building-budget/
Really? Perhaps we should wait until the
fat lady sings.
Statement 2015: IFS criticises George Osborne's
triple raid on businesses, landlords and workers.
Here we go!
Osborne: Tax returns will have to be filed four
times a year. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/george-osborne-tax-returns-will-have-to-be-filed-four-times-a-year/
Another fine contribution to the regime's
'1 out, 3 in' red tape criteria.
Autumn Spending Review: http://www.aims.co.uk/Content/Files/AIMS_Update.pdf
involved with Small Business Saturday. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/get-involved-small-business-saturday/
Just one day of pretending to support the country's
small business majority (99%) shouldn't be too
onerous for consumers and politicians (twattering
and taking selfies), one shouldn't have thought.
speeds failing UK businesses. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/broadband-speeds-failing-uk-businesses/
This story is becoming as common as the regime's
red tape propaganda.
business not to be trusted with our data, say
If British business doesn't abuse that data
then the government/American Big Corp certainly
who work from home earn more money but miss
gossip and flirting.
(Advertorial posing as a shaggy dog story.)
Anyway, I thought that's what social media for
no-lifers was supposed to take care of? Although
'people who work from home earn more money'
than whom? 250,000 dead and 11 million refugees,
mainly from Syria and the product of the latest
American, British and French wealth creation
UK vehicles double after paper tax disc abolished.
black cabs to accept contactless payments as
fight against Uber intensifies. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/londons-black-cabs-accept-contactless-payments-fight-against-uber-intensifies/
debit card makes cryptocurrency more accessible.
reality mall could be the shopping center of
the future. http://www.springwise.com/virtual-reality-mall-shopping-centre-future/
app for jellyfish warnings. http://www.springwise.com/crowdsourced-app-jellyfish-warnings/
many rugby players use steroids? Its more
like how many dont. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/nov/26/rugby-steroids-olympic-games-rio
Is this going to be another WADA (World Authorised
Dopers' Agency) and media 'revelation' which
has been 'overlooked' for 16 years?
Buy-to-let: Don't do it. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/25/buy-to-let-dont-do-it/
It's a bit late for the media to start saying
that! It's been behind the UK buy-to-let trend
(and which has been starving the marketplace
of affordable housing) - for years.
Statement: Buy-to-let homes face higher stamp
It's very expensive, subsidising the murder
industry. The money's got to come from somewhere.
ways thieves can steal your credit card information.
eye-scanning ATM is almost here. http://www.springwise.com/eye-scanning-atm-provides-screenless-cardless-banking/
British banks haven't even got a handle on
telephone banking yet.
THOSE SNEAKY BANKS AGAIN (from Marketing
Matters at http://ezinematters.com/)
are anxious to get everyone using contactless
debit cards, despite the proven problems of
accidental charging and high fraud risk, so
that their marketeers can collect valuable information
on their customer's spending habits, to be sold
editorial piece by Ross Clark in the Daily Mail
- "Creepy reason banks want us all to have
'tap and pay' cards" - pointed out the
ease with which researchers at Which? magazine
were able to obtain a card reader, place it
where someone's wallet would pass within a few
centimetres of it and then use the name and
card number collected to buy a £3,000
television set, despite assurances from the
banks that the maximum anyone would be able
to take was £20.
mentioned were the flood of complaints received
by Marks and Spencer when their customers paid
cash but still had the amount deducted from
their contactless card as well. And Transport
for London had to deal with irate passengers
who found their Oyster card, when in contact
in their wallet or purse with their contactless
card, was charging them the maximum fare when
they touched in and their contactless card was
doing the same as they touched out, turning
a £3 journey into an £18 one.
habit data collected from credit and debit card
purchases has always been sold on and used to
better target telephone sales and junk mail
campaigns, and the data from contactless sales
is also a saleable item, so the more people
the banks can get using their cards the more
profit they will make.
is, with their track record do they deserve
it? And do you feel inclined to help them?
Those who don't can request, like the writer,
that the contactless card sent is destroyed
and replaced by the traditional one)
another scam . . . SHARE THIS AROUND
online scam going around, and hacking into people's
email accounts to do it, is designed to encourage
those who would like to make around £100,000
a year from easy share-dealing from home to
sign up for a £200 scheme that uses, they
say "a patented mathematical algorithm
that was developed especially for binary options
trading" to accurately predict shares likely
to make a profit for those buying them.
the developers of this amazing tool are remaining
anonymous but punters can watch a video-blog
of "Lisa White from London" who has
a number of names and domiciles depending on
who the email is sent to (She is also "Melissa
Johnson", "Emma Coleman" in Australia,
and "Veera Koskinen" in Finland) and
who says she makes £7,650 a month, or
$7,650 in Australia. It's all promoted with
an email to look like a news website and called
Online Career Journal, and it's all fiction.
who know about "Pump and dump" share
scams will recognise the hall-marks on this
one and realise that the scammers will wait
until they have enough punters who are share-dealing
before themselves buying a huge parcel of obscure
stocks, promoting them heavily to their subscribers
to ramp up the price (the pump) and then selling
all their own when enough people have bought
(the dump), whereafter the price then plummets,
and the scammers start another one.
it sounds too good to be true...
10 Education Startups This Year.
York pop-up only sells crowdfunded products.
robots for less disruptive renovations.
Spending Review 2015: House building cash
amid cuts. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-34915218
privatisation of The Land Registry petition.
is world's third largest online exporter - thanks
to Chinese shoppers. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/12007271/UK-is-worlds-third-largest-online-exporter-thanks-to-Chinese-shoppers.html
Does that mean it's about time the UK and
NATO started dropping bombs on them?
buoyant christmas ahead as UK consumers are
set to increase retail spending. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/a-buoyant-christmas-ahead-as-uk-consumers-are-set-to-increase-retail-spending/
rates will stay low for longer - but household
debt is a worry, says BoE. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/bank-of-england/12014074/Interest-rates-will-stay-low-for-longer-but-household-debt-is-a-worry-says-BoE.html
'Fraud' Friday could cost you dear. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/beware-fraud-friday-could-cost-you-dear-a6747401.html
urged ahead of Black Friday shopping bonanza.
blamed for lack of availability of low-cost
According to recent media reporting on the
other hand, the lack of affordable housing was
supposed to be the fault of old farts hanging
onto their family homes instead of dying quickly
with all profits going to care costs, inheritance
tax and the regime's continued bombing of non-ISIS
civilian targets in Iraq and Syria.
Coe in fresh controversy over links with Nike
and award of world championships to Eugene.
More news of bent US Big Corp and their cast
of gofers. I suppose WADA (World Authorised
Dopers' Agency) didn't know any of this, either?
Or it wasn't their remit at the time? And of
course, it's all 'news' to the world's equally
bent, corrupt, criminal media as well!
20% of working age adults are running a side
hijacking: Could your business be at risk?
or money saver: which of these tips will reduce
your energy bills? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/energy-bills/11975357/Myth-or-money-saver-which-of-these-tips-will-reduce-your-energy-bills.html
hive farms edible insects. http://www.springwise.com/worlds-first-edible-insect-desktop-hive/
microbe bank for healthy gut bacteria. http://www.springwise.com/personal-microbe-bank-restore-healthy-gut-bacteria-antibiotics/
fabric detects noxious gas. http://www.springwise.com/graphene-coated-fabric-detects-noxious-gas/
Olderpreneurs cash in £400 million of
pensions pots to fund start-ups. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/olderpreneurs-cash-in-400million-of-pensions-to-fund-start-ups/
braced for freelance staffing clampdown nightmare
as workers forced onto payroll. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/smes-braced-freelance-staffing-clampdown-nightmare-workers-forced-onto-payroll/
'should be paid where products sold'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34900150
cold call firm fined £80,000 for sending
1.3million spam PPI texts
just 6p a message. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3331248/Rogue-cold-call-firm-fined-80-000-sending-1-3million-spam-PPI-texts-s-just-6p-message.html
Just Eat email warning. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/23/scamwatch-just-eat-email-warning/
issues worldwide travel warning. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-34907009
'With the number of US police arrest killings
for 2015 breaching the 1000 mark last week,
plus, an additional 336 mass killings so far,
America is increasingly viewed as a 'no-go'
zone for seasoned travellers and holidaymakers.'
(As not reported at all.) Nothwithstanding all
the regions around the world where one finds
US jackboots on the ground, as well as US-sponsored
terrorism, of course.
attacks have little impact on business travel.
(Yes, it's in French. It's a non-CIA propaganda
more to Google than searching the web. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/theres-more-to-google-than-searching-the-web/
thermoplastic card can be used to fix anything.
Black Friday backlash for smaller retailers.
Portas warns regeneration of High Streets will
take years. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/22/mary-portas-warns-regeneration-of-high-streets-will-take-years/
Any past observer of Mary Portas and her
work with this government had already worked
call firms face new crackdown by regulator.
proposes restrictions on mobile adverts.
eBay pitfalls: sell on smartphone apps.
consultation. Limited liability partnerships
(LLPs) and qualifying partnerships: deregulatory
Community: Why do cloud applications take up
system resources? http://nls.cnet.com/pageservices/viewOnlineNewsletter.sc?list_id=e497
10 Home-Based Business Ideas. http://sbinformation.about.com/od/business-ideas/tp/Home-Based-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=5545588&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
And just one of these is an internet-centred
business. Or, pretty much how things have stayed
for the past twenty years despite the arrival
of dummyphones, social media and a procession
of self-proclaimed American gurus. All of which
have combined, together with numerous other
factors, to make these home businesses much
less profitable than they were - twenty, even
fifty years years ago.
to start a home-based business that will succeed.
ways to come up with a winning business idea.
Basic state pension set to rise to £119.30
a week. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-34886571
You lucky people, you!
be £28,000 worse off with the new state
pension and no one told me'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/12007716/Ill-be-28000-worse-off-with-the-new-state-pension-and-no-one-told-me.html
buy-to-let mortgage trap that 'guarantees' you
lose money. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/12007601/The-buy-to-let-mortgage-trap-that-guarantees-you-lose-money.html
'face £30 insurance hike next year'.
you can charter a private jet to Europe for
less than £500. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/12007549/Now-you-can-charter-a-private-jet-to-Europe-for-less-than-500.html
Almost 12 million 'unable to save in last two
That be an awful lot of UK 'entrepreneurs',
time to ditch the supermarkets.'
As in boycotting High Street supporters of
Israeli terrorism, in other words? Isn't that
really why they're in trouble, though? And small,
independent shops are doing better? (Which is
why HMRC and the regime are trying to destroy
them, of course.)
speech: Free trade and unlocking prosperity.
It's been a long time since I've read such a
load of hypocritical, childish bollox, especially
in the current international climate.
speech: Sport and business: a winning combination.
Especially if the sport/business combination
is American Big Corp, Olympic sponsorship and
doped-up, multi-medal-winning American athletes
- who aren't, as usual, being scrutinised by
WADA (World Authorised Dopers' Agency) at all,
at all. (And Sebastian Coe doesn't know anything
is it a winning combination for all the small
and local businesses who can't get a look-in
because of the regime's fagging arrangements
with Big Corp sponsors.
there people out there who actually believe
any of this political crap? Twatterers perhaps?)
a 'personal services company' (PSC) can cut
your income tax bill. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12001069/Autumn-Statement-2015-how-a-personal-services-company-PSC-cut-your-income-tax-bill.html
insurers hit customers with extra fees: Which
hits out at 'sneaky fees' for homeowners.
May demands action on firearms trafficking after
Paris attacks. http://www.aol.co.uk/news/2015/11/20/theresa-may-demands-action-on-firearms-trafficking-after-paris-attacks/
Tut, tut. That's another 'nice little earner'
which some of our enterprising 'heroes' and
'peacekeeping forces' are going to have to forget
about. Which only leaves looting historical
artefacts, snuff porn, body parts and the next
batch of 250,000 dead and 11 million refugees
to help power the US and the EU's economies.
advantages of being a contractor. (The future
is self-employed.) http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/startingadvice/ss/The-Advantages-of-Being-a-Contractor.htm?utm_content=5545551&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Or, the future is jobless, as they also say.
crash course in entrepreneurship.
Or, a car crash of a course in running a
breathable clothing. http://www.springwise.com/bacteria-powered-breathable-clothing/
connects brands with user-generated images.
crowdfunding results: 70 go bust, one makes
Almost as bad as The Dragons' Den, then?
Hill pub ejects painter and decorator for being
too 'scruffy'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12005753/Primrose-Hill-pub-ejects-painter-and-decorator-for-being-too-scruffy.html
The pub's regular clientele of cowboy builders
between 'jobs' had complained, it seems.
Banking and the failure of policing. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34869083
And that's it, is it? No trials, prison sentences
or executions. Millions of people sold themselves
into debt slavery, hundreds of thousands lost
everything they had, turned to drink and drugs
and in many cases, committed suicide and all
we are left with, is a banal observation. And
barely a murmur from the country's equally-criminal
media - which does very well out of the crooked
banks, of course. Almost as well as it does
out of terrorism, probably.
half of all SMEs forced to borrow to cover essential
'Nearly' half? And the rest!
engineered salmon are heading to supermarket
shelves despite environmentalists fears
that fish could escape and wreak havoc.
like yet another money-grubbing, American fcuk-up
on the way.
gypsies most negatively perceived European minority
group, survey finds. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/roma-gypsies-most-negatively-perceived-european-minority-group-survey-finds-a6740746.html
Make These 5 Small Business Money Mistakes!
Christmas Sales by Gifting Your Customers.
anonymizes Bitcoin transactions. http://www.springwise.com/extension-anonymizes-bitcoin-transactions/
advertise songs on streaming platforms.
tiny steps that can lead you to happiness.
MicroBiz Matters Day, 8th January 2016. http://microbizmattersday.rocks/
insurance? This scientific formula could win
you compensation. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/11991665/Mis-sold-insurance-This-scientific-formula-could-win-you-compensation.html
UK SMEs helped to get online with defunct broadband
connection vouchers. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/55000-uk-smes-helped-to-get-online-with-defunct-broadband-connection-vouchers/
Sure. From '4G' to dial-up speeds available
twenty years ago.
launched to get more help for UK entrepreneurs
& British startups. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/petition-launched-to-get-more-help-for-uk-entrepreneurs-british-startups/
Which will be ignored to the same extent
as every other petition to date.
Reverse Mentorship can benefit your business.
road to becoming a digital business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/the-road-to-becoming-a-digital-business/
with inbuilt air conditioning. http://www.springwise.com/clothes-inbuilt-air-conditioning/
workstation lets users work lying down.
for outdoor advertising marketplace.
the plumber who has built an underground 'apocalypse
So now we know where all the plumbers are
when you can't get hold of one in an emergency.
body-builder who bullied more than £270,000
out of 'vulnerable' pensioners in cold-calling
'green deal' scam is jailed. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3323886/Champion-body-builder-bullied-270-000-vulnerable-pensioners-cold-calling-green-deal-scam-jailed.html
Shortage of builders holding back development,
says housebuilder. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/12000443/Shortage-of-builders-holding-back-development-says-housebuilder.html
targets 'affluent' taxpayers in anti-avoidance
time next year, I'll be a trillionaire! Real
life Del Boy who started out on a market stall
and is now one of Britain's richest men says
he won't retire - even though he's 63. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3320450/Real-life-Del-Boy-started-market-stall-one-Britain-s-richest-men-says-won-t-retire-s-63.html
thieves are not welcome at this online marketplace.
Women gear up for decade of female entrepreneurs.
I thought UK businesswomen had collectively
given the term 'entrepreneur' the bum's rush?
Which was a very promising move.
'harnessing the internet' as drop in footfall
forget about 'offline'. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/dont-forget-about-offline/
third of British and American retailers say
Black Friday is unprofitable. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/a-third-of-british-and-american-retailers-say-black-friday-is-unprofitable/
crisis: 350,000 UK households unable to rent
or buy without help by 2020. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/housing-crisis-350000-uk-households-unable-to-rent-or-buy-without-help-by-2020-a6736541.html
UK housing market leads to record sales at Taylor
shoppers can collect and return third party
online orders from Asda Stores. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/20594
Free or Affordable Small Business Website Design
to create a small business website that works.
game that challenges prejudices. http://www.springwise.com/card-game-challenges-prejudices/
any old computer into a Google Chromebook.
Assistant app puts users in charge of personal
People used to use their brains for this,
once upon a time.
Black Friday fraudsters will con online bargain
hunters out of more than £500,000 this
Friday costs UK retailers £180m in returned
truth behind Morrisons 'For Farmers
marketing plan for a home business.
holiday businesses you can start now. http://homebusiness.about.com/od/homebusinessprofiles/fl/7-Holiday-Business-You-can-Start-Now.htm?utm_content=5515766&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
Are you being ripped off at the garage?
Wouldn't it be more pertinent to ask where
consumers AREN'T being ripped off these days?
is taxed more in Britain than Germany, France
or US - before the new tax. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/11991724/Buy-to-let-is-taxed-more-in-Britain-than-Germany-France-or-US-before-the-new-tax.html
That's because those countries aren't full
of dumb sheep driving up property prices and
using them as short-term investments - and making
taxation on homes irresistably lucrative for
fixation with property will impoverish a generation.
It already has impoverished a generation.
Still - they've all got dummyphones and Sky
as consolation prizes instead.
with stamp duty? You can delay it.
Whitehall spends £289million of YOUR cash
on propaganda and marketing... but just £5.6million
of freedom law it now claims is 'too expensive'.
And anyone care to guess how much Wankminster
spends on the country's small business community?
The 'silent 99%'? Go on then. Tell me.
Ways to Create a Holiday Retail Rush for Your
Pop-Up Shop: Take Your Retail Business to the
UK construction declines for third straight
Not to worry. Plenty more refugees on
the way now that British bombings in Syria and
Iraq have been stepped up.
trade talks: Germany urges US to let MPs see
No such calls from Britain's politicians,
on the other hand. 'Fags' are their name; anti-consumer/small
business rights are their game.
needed' to fathom financial small print.
'could be blacklisted'. http://www.bbc.com/news/health-34744858
I'm surprised that Big Pharma and their Wankminster
fags haven't suggested this sooner.
Air France employees sacked over violent protest.
On the other hand, when striking French thugs
(criminals) injure ordinary members of the public
or bankrupt small businesses, they enjoy police
protection and receive full backing from local
mairies, French national propaganda and the
country's regime. What a difference being an
offended 'fonctionnaire' makes.
haggis import ban 'could be lifted' under new
with cashflow problems. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/dealing-with-cashflow-problems/
UK businesses earned over £1 trillion
in 2014. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/uk-businesses-earned-over-1-trillion-in-2014/
firms need tougher stance to reduce debtor
of all British jobs could be replaced by robots,
warns Bank of Englands chief economist.
'to launch peer-to-peer payment app'. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34803074
Let's hope it works better than High Street
banks' internet transfers. Other than customers'
money into hackers' accounts, of course.
chefs are upset about meal-sharing websites.
debt advice fears you should ignore. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/12/five-debt-advice-fears-you-should-ignore/
Small Business Awards: winners announcement.
BESPOKE OFFICE PROVIDER FLOORS JUDGES WITH BUSINESS
MODEL, WINNING NATIONAL NECTAR AWARD https://youtu.be/of584feoFz8
bringing the wow factor to the workplace, the
design savvy, Mayfair-based business, Ventia,
has beaten hundreds to be crowned Small Business
of the Year at this years Nectar Business
Small Business Awards.
business prowess and glowing customer testimonials,
the chic, boutique serviced office provider
amazed the judging panel* including star of
BBC1s Dragons Den, Sarah Willingham.
commented: Ventia is a really deserving
winner of Nectar Business Small Business
of the Year prize. Their success from design
led conversions of period buildings into unique
office spaces is inspired.
has a great entrepreneurial appetite and SMEs
are the backbone of our economy. I really was
wowed by this years Nectar Business Small
Business Award winners. All six winners reiterate
that with hard work and a clear vision, anythings
possible. I hope that their achievements will
motivate others to activate their own business
Baker, founder of Ventia said: Its
brilliant to have recognition in our sector
and this win endorses the strength of our business
- something which will not only help us reinforce
relationships with our clients, but will also
support our future business strategy.
will join the winners of the Awards five
other categories at the Nectar Business Round
Table event and Awards ceremony, hosted by the
lead judge, Sarah Willingham, on 10th November.
Other winners include:
Innovation of the Year: next-generation
router software provider, Netduma Ltd
Home Grown Business of the Year: school-to-home
communication facilitator, Jigsaw School Apps
Entrepreneur of the Year: online bespoke
jewellery boutique owners, Beatrice and Arnaud
de Montille, Merci Maman
Tradesperson of the Year: family owned
plumbing & heating company, Lewis Howard,
C & J Heating and Plumbing Ltd
Contribution to the Community: app provider
for people with disabilities, Therapy Box Ltd
Shuckburgh, Nectar Managing Director said: These
winners have great passion, dynamic vision and
proven success Im sold! The breadth
of the industries and sectors that our winners
represent just goes to show how much creativity
we have in Britain.
further details on the Nectar Business Small
Business Awards 2015, please visit http://www.nectar.com/smallbusiness.
not just Russia: Britain helped create this
corruption in sport. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/nov/12/not-just-russia-britain-corruption-allegations-athletics-sport
A bit of honest, self-effacing reporting
on the subject of cheating in sport, unusually,
and entirely in line with what we have been
saying for decades. Yet, as the article implies,
nothing will change. The taxpayers, Joe Pleb
and small businesses will continue to finance
the whole money-spinning circus as usual, while
only a few, individual fall-guys grab the corrupt
HMRC makes start-up investors wait a year for
Bank National Business Awards revealed.
scam warning issued by fraud action group.
entire Welsh town is going 'offshore' to avoid
tax on local businesses just like Google and
dong! What you need to know before signing up
for a direct sales business. https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/blogs/insight/what-you-need-to-know-before-signing-up-for-a-direct-sales-business-183831824.html
of the sharing economy. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/secrets-of-the-sharing-economy/
4 types of mentors you need in your life to
11 ways to increase productivity. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/timemanagement/ss/Top-10-Productivity-Hacks.htm?utm_content=5487883&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
ways to control chaos in your small business.
changes color to convey the wearers emotions.
support via Skype. http://www.springwise.com/police-support-via-skype/
Just like filming another PC Plonker series.
is not alone: the net must now be cast wider
to catch the doping cheats. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2015/nov/11/russia-doping-drug-testing-standards
That has been common knowledge for a long
time. So, as always, let's start with the money
trail. The sponsors. The Olympics. Big buck
stadium sports. Football, of course. Puppet
organisations like WADA. And the media.
Three quarters of UK small businesses are missing
export opportunity. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/three-quarters-of-uk-small-businesses-are-missing-export-opportunity/
That's because three quarters of the UK's
small businesses aren't part of the country's
murder industry or criminal finance sector and
consequently, don't receive any help or guidance
from the regime whatsoever.
to shun Black Friday sales. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34774289
All seemed like a good idea at the time.
Like using the internet for online banking services.
(Barclays gone down again? Thus adding still
more weight to the old saying that those who
can't do, teach.)
chiefs urge stores to cancel Black Friday as
Asda abandons flash sale. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11985589/Asda-we-will-not-be-part-of-Black-Friday-this-year.html
Good to see another piece of US commercial
crap biting the dust. Now all the UK has to
ensure is that it doesn't start following doped-up,
corrupt, cheating American sporting adaptations
of rugby-for-fairies, netball and rounders.
Charles asks to support English farmers by buying
Ingerlandt's politicians on the other hand,
continue to buy from High Street stores which
support Israeli terrorism.
insurance: 'How has my premium leapt 550pc when
I'm nowhere near water?' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/buildingsandcontent/11979412/Flood-insurance-How-has-my-premium-leapt-550pc-when-Im-nowhere-near-water.html
You will be. Patience. (And what's everyday
fleecing the public got to do with water, anyway?)
fast is Britain's broadband? http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-34775064
over computer takeover fraud. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34775226
says EU is 'emboldening its enemies' with labelling
Let's hope Israel's 'enemies' feel sufficiently
'emboldened' to finally drive out its terrorists,
in that case, just as they did in Jugoslavia,
Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and the Ukraine,
etc, etc. And level the commercial playing field
so that Israel has to sell its goods on the
same terms as every other country and producer
in the world. (Apart from the US, of course.)
And not hide, as always and with the usual theatrical
performance, behind the skirts of 'anti-Semitism'
for the continuing enrichment of a handful of
mutually aligned, western corporate interests.
transcribe text for the hearing impaired.
smartphone battery lasts 10h with 5 minutes
dressing glows to detect infections. http://www.springwise.com/fluorescent-dressing-detects-infected-wounds/
Sunday trading law proposals 'facing defeat'.
cuts global growth forecasts amid 'deep concern'
over slowdown. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34763751
Small businesses and the self-employed have
been 'deeply concerned' over the economic slowdown
for at least the past decade. Nor have they
sought to address the problem by bombing future
export markets and using millions of displaced,
penniless refugees as their latest terrorist
strategy to expand the waistlines of a handful
of shekel-worshipping, rabid American psycopaths.
American teaboys, WADA, (World Authorised Doping
Agency) are doing their bit by recommending
Russian sporting (business) interests be sanctioned
after disclosing fifty-year-old common knowledge
(a la Armstrong) that a number of Russia's athletes
had been doping. Quite why this self-proclaimed
'independent' investigation led by Dick Pound
only restricted its findings to the Russians
- OK a rhetorical question; (Mr Pound being
better known for spending his entire term in
office commenting only upon doping in professional
cycling); and why Mr Pound and his team of inactive
dope-police hadn't seen fit to share this common
knowledge - and to its full extent - since WADA's
formation in 1999, is not expected to challenge
the intellect even of someone who admits to
watching Fux News. All the more so as no comprehensive,
independent enquiry into doping in sports is
currently on the table nor being planned - as
that really would upset WADA itself, the IOC,
the IAAF, FIFA, etc, etc, and all their corrupt
hangers-on, including the media.
US Big Corp sponsors of endemic doping by American
athletes and Olympic bid-rigging (not being
recommended for sanctioning by WADA, naturally)
will happily be looking to recover some of their
recent commercial losses in the wake of a global
boycott of firms which have been supporting
firms dissatisfied with legal profession.
Small firms' dissatisfaction with legal services
providers has remained unchanged over the last
two years, research published by the Legal Services
Board (LSB) has indicated. In 2013, LSB research
revealed that just 13% of small firms believe
lawyers are cost effective, and a survey of
10,528 small firms earlier this year produced
the same result. Many of the firms recently
questioned said they went to an accountant rather
than a lawyer for legal help, and around one
in two described lawyers as "a last resort".
more about the research at: http://www.legalservicesboard.org.uk/news_publications/LSB_News/PDF/2015/20151021_
bedroom size proposed to clamp down on overcrowding.
26, builds a million-dollar company selling
boxes of health food for $25 - and they sell
out every month! (Advertorial.) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3309730/Entrepreneur-Peta-Shulman-26-builds-million-dollar-company-selling-GoodnessMe-boxes-health-food-25-sell-month.html
Worth a larf to see how many 'reporting'
errors there are. Plus, an Ozzie dollar is worth
less than half a British parnd. So even if we
take an astronomical profit margin of 50%, that
means this entrepreneur is worth about the same
as a typical British householder. From a very
simplistic point of view, of course. Or, rocket
science, if appearing in a tabloid.
website crashes - and phone lines jammed.
That's because all the Argos broadband routers
were too close to the ceiling lights. As well
as the fault of those pesky Rusky Muslim jihadist
doped-up Olympic cyberhackathletes again.
app sends encrypted, hidden messages.
local charities through online sales. http://www.springwise.com/crowdfunding-local-charities-online-sales/
drink vending machine also takes selfies.
Da PM will be standing in front of one of
Eurozone retail sales drop in September for
first time in six months. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/20365
ways you'll be 'sacked' by your bank
and it's only getting worse. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/bank-accounts/11906413/Compare-bank-accounts-five-ways-youll-be-dumped-by-your-bank.html
to pay £7m for smart meter failure.
It seems to be the case these days that anything
with the prefix 'smart' has been designed and
built by morons.
holiday homes will be the next buy-to-let boom.
A bit slow off the mark, as usual. By about
a hundred and fifty years. The media and the
internet will be discovering the wheel, next.
Crowdfunder Launched To Build a Permanent Street
Food Market in London. http://www.internationalsupermarketnews.com/news/20357
builder who pocketed £25,000 to renovate
a house 'left young family homeless after ripping
their home apart then downing tools because
he had a bad back'. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3309351/Builder-left-family-homeless-pocketed-life-savings.html
There are so many of these Tory-voting crooks
leeching off trusting homeowners, that any government
with a pair of balls would have dumped them
in the Mediterranean by now and let in some
honest and skilled contractors to take their
problem in the UK is that there are a number
of practices which have developed over the years,
such as paying up front for work which hasn't
yet been performed and standards, justified
by a laissez-faire, substandard construction
industry itself, although supported by the courts,
which can often be described as absolute crap.
(That's assuming the builder has even bothered
to turn up and emerged from his van!)
a genuine 'cowboy' once put it, he was fed up
being tarred with the same brush as shite English
building contactors. And DON'T think you are
necessarily going to receive competent, professional
and timely advice from solicitors, architects,
surveyors and consulting engineers, either!
Millions of letters go unanswered for three
weeks or more by taxman. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/11980801/Millions-of-letters-go-unanswered-for-three-weeks-or-more-by-taxman.html
Wrongly signed, no doubt. Taxpayers should
try 'Big Corp', instead.
barriers' stop old people from downsizing, says
housing minister. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/11915572/Psychological-barriers-stop-old-people-from-downsizing-says-housing-minister.html
One of the 'psychological barriers' being
handing over their hard-earned for the benefit
of a bunch of lying, thieving, war criminals.
what happened to the 'home office' requirements
of the country's 'millions' of silverpreneurs.
(Or, as they were before the present regime
was returned to minority power.) Surely they
need room to expand? To accommodate their new
workforce? To stock their goods and tools of
of course, the country's politicians will be
leading by example and all be moving into political
donor, jerry-built rabbit-hutches themselves
once they reach the age of 60. Won't they? The
lamp or baby monitor is responsible for slow
broadband, Ofcom says. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11980657/Your-lamp-or-baby-monitor-is-responsible-for-slow-broadband-Ofcom-says.html
You wouldn't believe that Ofcon's gofers
actually receive a salary as well for this drivel,
would you? I don't think any reasonable consumer
would expect the telecomms providers to have
overcome every technical obstacle to fast broadband
by now. On the other hand, if you run a normal
business - as opposed to a regime-protected,
official scam - you don't go around advertising
and promising a pack of lies with total impunity,
either. So, silly me, I'm sure, but shouldn't
Ofcon be getting on with prosecuting all the
conmen in their care, instead of proposing some
comical, Heath Robinson solutions?
to free yourself from income tax? The six tax-free
tricks that mean savers and investors can save
thousands from April. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-3308239/The-six-allowances-free-income-tax.html
Absolute rubbish as can only be writ by a
tabloid propaganda rag.
£1 billion warranty rip-off. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3307925/1bn-warranty-rip-Customers-paying-insurance-just-don-t-need.html
This has been going on for decades. Hardly
the stuff of an 'investigation'.
festive pyramid scam that's taking Facebook
by storm. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/secret-sister-gift-exchange-facebook-scam-a6724241.html
Hardly a surprise. There's no shortage of
morons on Facebook.
to make money from crafts this Christmas.
Take your hand skills down to a local construction
site where they are crying out for competent
Small Business Ideas for Businesses That Will
Prosper in Tough Times.
Excuses for Not Starting Your Own Business and
How to Get Over Them.
Simple Ways to Foster Creativity in Your Small
New survey shows global business confidence
has hit four year low. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/new-survey-shows-global-business-confidence-has-hit-four-year-low/
shows Europes still the preferred trading
destination for UK SMEs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/research-shows-europes-still-the-preferred-trading-destination-for-uk-smes/
Research? More like 'status quo'.
homeowners wealth set to double to £2.5
trillion by 2035. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/older-homeowners-wealth-set-to-double-to-2-5-trillion-by-2035/
Which is why the regime is targeting the
elderly with its latest pensions and inheritance
tax scams. In the meantime, its propaganda gobshites
have started winding up the public by suggesting
older folk should sell the homes they've saved
up for and lived in to help pay for the country's
war crimes in North Africa and the Middle East.
(Officially though, to make more housing stock
available for younger buyers. While 750,000
properties stand empty at the same.)
prices to rise 17% in next 5 years.
Any suggestions of capping house prices so
that they can become more affordable to Joe
Pleb? Or would that leave too many slavering,
regime donors out of sorts?
clock is ticking on a time bomb that could blow
up a free internet: the TPP. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/nov/06/clock-ticking-time-bomb-blow-up-free-internet-tpp
internet for all by 2020 pledges Cameron.
Hasn't Mr Cameron and other members of his
(and previous) regime/s suggested that the UK
already has 'fast' internet? That 4G - like
3G and 2G and 1G and half a G - will do the
business? That all the taxpayers' money shovelled
into assorted telecomms scammers will have provided
'fast' internet by the year 2000?
on the way to take over your world. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/tech/robots-on-the-way-to-take-over-your-world/
And they can all be programmed to vote Big
Corp Tory after putting millions of self-employed
slaves and displaced refugees out of work.
drivers consider legal action. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34733862
Against robots and driverless cars?
Wi-Fi: an irritatingly British problem.
Another hack who clearly doesn't get out
is teetering because it has turned into one
big pyramid scheme. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/nov/06/twitter-teetering-pyramid-scheme-social-media
Apart from being an American military tool
top four trends in sales. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/the-top-four-trends-in-sales/
watch buyer threatened to burn down my house
- then set eBay debt collectors on me.
Unique Business Ideas. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessideas/ss/12-Unique-Business-Ideas.htm?utm_content=5458616&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
unmanned restaurant where guests cook for themselves.
turns spreadsheets into written reports.
dashboard camera can reduce collisions by 40
The refugee crisis is actually having 'sizable'
economic benefits in European countries, EU
So that's why EU member states have been
bombing and murdering tens of thousands of defenceless
civilians again. And not just fagging for the
Americans and the Israelis, as usual. Any chance
of these 'sizeable' economic benefits filtering
down to small businesses and the proletariat?
Crimes against humanity being one of those earners
which the small business community (as opposed
to Big Corp and its political whores) isn't
too accustomed to dealing with.
many Brits now live abroad that they're causing
immigration debates. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/so-many-brits-now-live-abroad-that-theyre-causing-immigration-debates-oh-the-irony-a6723006.html
(As not reported by the regime's criminal,
of England dampens prospects of early UK rate
remain on costly energy tariffs despite new
price display rules. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/05/millions-remain-on-costly-energy-tariffs-despite-new-price-displ/
lost £77,000 to email hackers - and the
police have done nothing'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/mortgages/11975071/I-lost-77000-to-email-hackers-and-the-police-have-done-nothing.html
They have! They've filmed a new tv series.
tools to cut the stress of managing money.
best money advice I ever heard. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/05/the-best-money-advice-i-ever-heard/
to greet visitors in Cornish in language revival
Alternatives for Video Marketing (Part 1 of
to YouTube for Video Marketing (part 2 of 2).
artists can sell work through online startup.
floral arrangements join maker movement.
by autonomous terrestrial robots. http://www.springwise.com/deliveries-autonomous-terrestrial-robots-drones/
wearable to boost vocabulary. http://www.springwise.com/child-wearable-boost-vocabulary/
pollution data via smartphones. http://www.springwise.com/european-citizens-crowdsource-pollution-data-smartphones/
personalizes automated outreach emails.
novel guided by reader input. http://www.springwise.com/reader-comments-favoriting-influence-author-writes/
man is crowdfunding so he can start making scrotum
UK service sector growth picks up. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34720796
Grid seeks back-up supplies. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34723259
Wasn't it just last month the National Grid
were assuring the public there was nothing to
worry about? Still. I've got a few cord of dry
oak and ash to spare, if it helps.
launches Great British Food Unit.
Ken Hom and Raymond Blanc to be the envoys.
Typical. (Wonderful gentlemen though they both
suppose all British envoys are currently tied
up selling weapons of mass destruction to the
worlds' terrorists? (And if a country doesn't
have any terrorists, Britain can export those
upgrades exchanges to try to stop scammers.
spending boost 'could trigger rate rise in February'.
with Amazon coming to mobile apps.
you need to know about business rates, but were
afraid to ask. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/autumn-statement/11972695/Everything-you-need-to-know-about-business-rates-but-were-afraid-to-ask.html
homes 'cost 10 times annual income of full-time
landlord fined £30,000 for housing 12
tenants in five-person flat. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/watford-landlord-fined-30000-for-housing-12-tenants-in-five-person-flat/
He'll be getting an OBE then. And an appointment
as a regime adviser/guru.
accused of using inaccurate documents
for payouts. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/newswire/rbs-accused-of-using-inaccurate-documents-for-payouts/
to spot a terrorist, according to US airport
All typical signs of the average American
business traveller, in my experience. Especially
when one sees the passport. And then there's
the wig, of course. Wig = CIA. Every time.
'smart' email reply will save you from pesky
business of human contact. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/nov/04/google-smart-reply-email
For committed saddos.
Best Online Courses for Starting a Business.
5 types of customers. http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/customerservice/a/customertypesmh.htm?utm_content=5458357&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cn_nl&utm_campaign=smbinfo&utm_term=
HMRC still failing UK taxpayers, say MPs. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34717035
Including those MPs who go on to work
for Big Corp after their political careers are
over. The same Big Corp which HMRC looks after
very well indeed. Otherwise known as non-UK
taxpayers. So despite a bit of political showboating
for propaganda purposes, I don't think we'll
be seeing any fundamental changes to any aspect
of HMRC's disservices to the proletariat any
reforms: 'Shortfall risk' from cashing in funds.
If there wasn't going to be a shortfall,
the regime wouldn't have introduced pension
reforms, would it? It needs to fund its latest
refugee-generation programme from somewhere.
cards: concerns over 'persistent' debt.
Once again, these are not 'official' concerns.
Otherwise, what is the point of credit card
lending - any kind of lending - if it isn't
going to generate profitable debt?
shops face 20pc jump in business rates bill
if relief ends. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11972173/Small-shops-face-20pc-jump-in-business-rates-bill-if-relief-ends.html
'down to lowest level since 2009'. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/03/exports-down-to-lowest-level-since-2009/
NatWest Everywoman Awards finalists just announced.
scams you need to know about. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/03/the-scams-you-need-to-know-about/
In other words, scams which weren't scams
until the internet came along.
opens physical bookshop in Seattle. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-34710069
took myself offline completely. Here's why.
with 'a life'!
Home buyers must be notified of flood risk,
ABI says. (There
are currently as many as 2.4 million properties
at risk of flooding in England.)
That's an awful lot of fraud by successive
governments and ministers, councils, developers,
builders and the housing market's parasites
which is refusing to go away. Or is the plea
going to be 'caveat
orders fall in last three months.
(As opposed to: UK manufacturing picks up
in October. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34697275)
shoppers reminded of consumer rights. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/11/02/christmas-shoppers-reminded-of-consumer-rights/
Santa ain't bringing you nothing this year!
charts that show it's not THAT hard for first-time
need to start taking cyber security seriously.
minister Anna Soubry's fury over 'dirtiest'
train she has ever travelled on.
One is left wondering just how often this
particular minister travels by train? Did she
have a seat, for example?
founders invent self-driving robot that can
deliver groceries for £1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11962566/Skype-founders-invent-self-driving-robot-that-can-deliver-groceries-for-1.html
Will this throw a spanner in the works of
Google's delivery drones? Or is it just another
step towards millions more jobs to be sacrificed
at the Satanic altar of American corporate profits?
And drones and robots joining the ranks of Ingerlandt's
ever-growing numbers of start-ups and entrepreneurs?
pay your local taxes, urges French budget minister
tells 300,000 people. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/11970270/Dont-pay-your-local-taxes-urges-French-budget-minister-tells-300000-people.html
On the other hand, it's local taxes and empire-building
French mairies dreaming up superfluous jobs
which have been behind the country's much-trumpeted
rise in employment figures recently. Leaving
real work the French don't like to do, to be
undertaken by the millions of refugees which
they have been helping to displace.
cancer scare boosts sales of luxury sausages.
Or, what used to be ordinary sausages produced
by your local butcher - before the internet
things successful people do before breakfast.
Judging by the predictable trash following
this article, one thing thing sucessful people
certainly don't do before breakfast, is - Twatter.
On the other hand, 'successful people' do get
up early. Relatively. By the standards of millions
of self-employed trades which have been doing
so for generations.
Councils and taxman to be given power to view
your internet history. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terrorism-in-the-uk/11968999/Councils-and-taxman-to-be-given-power-to-view-your-internet-history.html
As the public begins to wise up and acknowledge
what a can of worms the internet really is,
the next step will be compulsory internet connections
for everyone. We've already got the banks and
the regime's assorted government departments
at full, totalitarian status; with the elimination
of cash, all the future will hold is 100 words
on Twatter and 45 minutes of Big Brother every
day. And every virtually real penny going
into the pockets of American Big Corp.
best and worst places in the UK to make a living.
Well, England, actually. The country's hacks
spending so much time regurgitating propaganda
for the Americans and the Israelis, they have
long since forgotten that the UK comprises four
and eBay 'liable' if they ignore VAT fraud.
is a life-or-death matter for Britain's farmers.
I'll make my car pay for my house deposit'.
steps to become impervious to cyberattackers.
Great Businesses You Can Start While Keeping
Your Day Job.
Best Sites for Unbiased Feedback on Your Business
Community: How do I get rid of the annoying
Windows 10 upgrade nag? http://nls.cnet.com/pageservices/viewOnlineNewsletter.sc?list_id=e497
Six million workers paid less than the living
Just in case anyone in the business world
needed reminding why things are so tight at
the moment. During the more transparent past,
of course, slave labour wasn't included in government
employment statistics, so there wasn't so much
likelihood of any confusion over the real state
of the country's economy.
highest - and lowest - council tax bills.
tax will cut our income by 25pc.' How much will
YOU lose? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/11965438/Buy-to-let-tax-will-cut-our-income-by-25pc.-How-much-will-YOU-lose.html
Media Business launches free broadband installation
for small businesses. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/virgin-media-business-launches-free-broadband-installation-for-small-businesses/
2,000 Vodafone customers 'open to fraud'.
'Russian Islamic jihadist hackers' under
the bed again? Or just incompetent operators
using systems which aren't fit for purpose?
want Windows 10? Check your settings! Microsoft
to begin automatically upgrading user's machines.
customers horrified by price hike
which will see some customers paying FIVE TIMES
more for films delivered by post.
fitting room mirror tells customers their bra
cars to be available to consumers by year end.
lets cyclists know where they can park.
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