down to see full list; previous
month's (February 2015) Viewpoint
down for: A Home and Small Business
Viewpoint by Len Tondel, from 1st March 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
Britain one of the laziest countries in the
Is that why everyone wants to work from home
these days? Watching telly and eating cheese?
and overdrafts more popular. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-32049851
That's because everyone thinks they're an
'entrepreneur'. Minus their own shekels.
High Streets revealed. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-32058929
you can tell which bank will offer you the best
is too cosy with those that help companies avoid
tax, say MPs. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3012182/Taxman-cosy-help-companies-avoid-tax-Tax-avoidance-risk-worth-taking-say-MPs.html
More self-preservation propaganda from our
politicians in the pre-election run-up.
Failing to mention that ultimately, it's
their responsibility to ensure 'the taxman'
is appointed and operates in the public interest.
And not just for companies which give their
respective parties big bungs.
accused of 'failing to check tax reliefs' by
More failings by our MPs, in other words.
46, are most likely fraud victims. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-32048544
Having been successfully groomed for the
past 20 years by Big Corp, successive governments
and the media.
of 'tick box' hidden insurance. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3011973/End-tick-box-hidden-insurance-Sneaky-tactics-used-airlines-banks-customers-opt-small-print-set-outlawed.html
fur farming. http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2015/mar/25/fur-trade-booming-fashion-catwalks
and the great British food safety sell-off.
This Government would sell its grandmother
for a fiver, so no surprises here.
MPs seek more detail on controversial US-EU
trade talks. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-32045398
Once again, with election-time looming and
TTIP belatedly receiving an increasing amount
of adverse publicity, our politicians like to
be seen as showing interest in matters of grave
public concern. After having turned a
blind eye for the past year to these squalid,
secretive negotiations to further sell off the
Wise phone line opens for guidance on reforms.
reforms runs risk of becoming new mis-selling
Which is why, of course, the Government has
to spot pension scammers. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/24/watchdog-warns-savers-to-be-on-their-guard/
Website urls ending .gov.uk are another giveaway.
to make money from these four super-trends.
If the Government and its Big Corp snouts
in the trough allow you the opportunity.
million homes to be heated by river water energy.
Nineteenth century technology, eh? The next
thing you know we'll be seeing water mills every
quarter mile offering homes and producing food
and power for artisan-based communities and
all of a sudden we've gone back a couple of
thousand years to the future. Snouts in troughs
will be doing their utmost to jump into this
particular coracle. Or sink it before it floats.
the bleak service station is best for business
So this is why there has been such a dramatic
decline in the numbers of home businesses in
recent years. 'Entrepreneurs' can't afford to
buy or even rent homes any more, so they're
all operating out of log-book loan, second-hand
BMW status symbols parked in laybys, instead.
Friday must be reined in. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3010380/Black-Friday-reined-Retailers-set-cut-discounts-avoid-chaos-causing-backlog-deliveries.html
Another commercial practice aimed at knuckle-scraping
Yanks which hasn't weathered the transit to
more intelligent climes particularly well. 'Monkey
see, monkey do' British politicians on the other
hand, are all for it, hoping it will elevate
their online popularity from 2 likes to 3 and
an extra share.
shops to be allowed to offer click and collect.
release: Open consultation.
goods and services: protection of small businesses.
Bank brings in plastic £5 notes.
aren't brainless bimbos - we're businesswomen.
Deal with it. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-business/11491456/Edie-Campbell-row-Models-are-businesswomen-not-brainelss-bimbos.html
Oborne: advertising is consumerist sewage.
Snouts-in-troughs are understandably annoyed.
Den Daily Larf: New Dragons' Den guru has loss-making
All part and parcel of the Government's Fake
Britain entrepreneurial scene.
Reader: New app will 'clean up' bad language
in e-books. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/clean-reader-new-app-will-clean-up-bad-language-in-ebooks-10131321.html
The BBC (British/Israeli/American Bropaganda
and Bullshit Corporation) is reported as showing
no interest in this latest development and continues
instead, to press on with its search for a bloated,
ignorant and foul-mouthed thug to replace Jeremy
find walking while you work can improve the
British home businesses and the self-employed
have been aware of that for a couple of years,
as they take a regular walk to sign on.
website advertises for brothel tester. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3009501/Sex-website-advertises-brothel-tester-university-educated-speaks-French-not-afraid-contact.html
'Must speak French' for assessments to be sent
directly to French politicans.
Summary of Chancellor's 2015 Budget
George Osborne has presented his 2015 Budget
to Parliament. He opened his speech on 18th
March by claiming that the country is "walking
tall again" and described this year's Budget
as one of an economy "taking another big
step from austerity to prosperity". Key
points affecting small and medium-sized firms
income tax personal allowance will be raised
to £10,800 in 2016/17 and £11,000
tax accounts will be introduced over the next
five years, meaning individuals and small firms
will no longer have to submit annual paper returns
by 2020. The administration of employee benefits
and expenses will also be simplified.
6th April 2015, in order to claim Working Tax
Credits (WTCs), self-employed people will have
to demonstrate that they work more than a minimum
number of hours and that their work is 'commercial
and profitable' or 'working towards profitability'.
2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) will
be abolished during the next Parliament. Class
4 NICs will also be reformed to include a new
contributory benefit test, although little information
about this change has been provided and a consultation
is not expected until later in 2015.
VAT registration threshold will be raised to
£82,000 from 1st April 2015 and the deregistration
threshold increased to £80,000.
for apprenticeship training will be re-routed
to employers via 'digital apprenticeship vouchers'.
support will be provided to the creative sector
through funding and tax reliefs. Additional
investment will be used to create 'tech incubators'
in Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield. Enterprise
Zones in a number of Northern regions will also
be extended and a new Enterprise Zone will be
established in Blackpool.
will be allowed to average their profits for
income tax purposes over five years, rather
than two years, from April 2016.
Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS), the
Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Venture
Capital Trusts (VCTs) will be amended to ensure
continued support for investment in small and
growing firms, and measures to improve small
firms' access to R&D tax credits will be
subject to consultation.
full Budget report and associated notices are
available from HM Treasury at: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/budget-2015
interesting development affecting the payment
of Working Tax Credits to so-called 'self-employed'
people is the requirement that
they work more than a minimum number of hours
and that their work is 'commercial and profitable'
or 'working towards profitability'.
this mean that the country's 'huge' numbers
of unemployed self-employed 'entrepreneurs'
who aren't 'commercial and profitable'
or 'working towards profitability' (Twatterers
and Arsebookers), as well as those on zero hour
contracts and/or not being paid the National
Minimum Wage (More
firms failing to pay minimum wage),
will no longer be included in official employment
statistics? As would have once been the case.
Before the present Government, its American
gurus, Ministerial scammers, media micro-personalities
and its cronies took over?
SMEs issue call to arms against big business
unclear about what the general election could
mean for business. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/smes-unclear-about-what-the-general-election-could-mean-for-business/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
seeks views about business rates system.
A 'wide-ranging review' of England's non-domestic
rates system has been launched by HM Treasury,
which will report its findings before the 2016
Budget. The Treasury's review discussion paper
invites responses from a wide range of stakeholders
on issues such as commercial property use, how
the rates system can be modernised, and whether
business rates should continue to be based on
property values. Written responses will be accepted
from the beginning of April until 12th June
British High Street competition announced.
The second Great British High Street competition
has been announced by the Department for Communities
and Local Government (DCLG). The competition
gives local communities the chance to win a
share of £50,000, as well as support and
mentoring from industry experts. There are seven
competition categories including best village
high street, best town high street and best
parade of shops. Nominations must be submitted
by 17th July 2015, and a shortlist will be announced
in early August. Shortlisted communities will
be visited by a judging panel of industry leaders
from sectors such as retail, property and business.
consultation now open. VisitEngland has
launched a consultation to help shape the growth
strategy for tourism in England over the next
five years. VisitEngland published a Strategic
Framework for Tourism 2010-2020 five years ago,
and is using the new, industry-wide consultation
as a way to review and update its strategy.
The revised strategy will set out priorities
for tourism in England and help to ensure the
industry is prepared for new market trends,
challenges and opportunities. The consultation
will end on 15th May 2015, and the final strategy
will be launched during the summer. (EnterpriseQuest)
take part in the consultation, go to: http://www.visitengland.com/tourismgrowthstrategy
read more about the consultation, go to: http://www.visitengland.org/
allowed buyer to defraud me. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/jessicainvestigates/11482671/Ebay-allowed-buyer-to-defraud-me.html
Den 'reality' tv business comedy. 'Tiger
Mobiles, a smart phone comparison site rejected
for a slot on the Dragon's Den reality BBC2
TV series by the producers in 2008 have revealed
that 76 (half) of the 153 companies over 11
series that were pledged money by the top entrepreneurs
never saw a penny of it, and that only £5.8
million of the £13 million pledged was
ever actually invested by the "dragons".
to Tiger Mobiles the BBC produce the show as
a contrived affair that puts viewer entertainment
above genuine business success.
not to be taken too seriously then? That's TV
for you...' http://ezinematters.com/
momager and mummylancer: Let's ditch these patronising
There's an interesting call from the dumb
media who introduced and popularised these not-so-patronising
but dumb names in the first place. Perhaps they
can also dispense with American trailer-trash
talk like 'Oh my God', 'guys'
and 'Hi' while they're about it and stick
to using the English language like wot it is
used all over the world.
HMRC boss Dave Hartnett forced to defend new
job with HSBC. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/former-hmrc-boss-dave-hartnett-forced-to-defend-new-job--with-hsbc-10129195.html
What a surprise. Although HMRC bosses have
a long tradition of following their snouts.
complainers are driving up the quality of products
& service. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/twitter-complainers-are-driving-up-the-quality-of-products-service/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
Really? Or, you could take the Jeremy Clarkson
view that polls and petitions make no difference
to the status quo whatsoever.
release: £16 million boost for agricultural
The Government 'boost' will include further,
improved rural broadband proposals. £15
million for the telecoms industry to roll out
proposals for high speed broadband to rural
areas. And £1 million to the media to
report better broadband coverage for the countryside.
release. Business and Government join forces
to cut red tape. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/business-and-government-join-forces-to-cut-red-tape
Not a lot of 'joining' going on here but
it all looks good for propaganda purposes.
Leaving EU could force Britain into recession.
That's been the intelligent, informed view
for a number of years. Unfortunately, misinformation
is often more attractive than reality and the
British public is easier to dupe than most.
Nor is the 'quit Europe' camp offering any guarantees
or compensation in case its ranting is wrong.
exit checks will 'limit tourism and trade',
say transport operators Eurotunnel.
As long as it doesn't affect the Government
fagging for American/Israeli terrorists and
mafia, that's OK. Anyway, it's all show. Back
to 'normal' after the elections.
UK household to be £10,000 in debt by
It's what keeps the economy growing.
firms still trapped by banks' high-interest
Plenty more unemployed 'entrepreneurs' being
led to the slaughter by the Government and its
face threat from campaign to slash mobile mast
Another fairy tale earner turned harsh reality.
the man who turns seaweed into soap. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/fashion-and-style/11482310/Meet-the-man-who-turns-seaweed-into-soap.html
for the people. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardenprojects/11486315/HenPower-to-thepeople-keeping-hens-is-good-for-both-body-and-soul.html
scammer's sales pitch. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3006491/Full-toe-curling-sales-pitch-used-Tory-Grant-Shapps-convince-people-make-filthy-stinking-rich-bargain-130.html
Mobile phone companies agree to cap charges
on stolen devices. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-32005851#
face court threat over customer services.
how I get 35pc yields on buy-to-let'.
bank offers 113pc mortgages on repossessed
flats in Spain. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/buy-to-let/11470413/Buy-to-let-bank-offers-113pc-mortgages-on-repossessed-flats-in-Spain.html
go back to basics - throwing mud. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/housebuilders-go-back-to-basics-by-using-traditional-methods-and-materials-10125336.html
of the 'Returners'. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/rise-of-the-returners/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
industry at war over tax exemption deal.
release: Research and analysis. Local authority
trading standards: a review. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/local-authority-trading-standards-a-review
£2,000 fine for late tax return among
hidden penalties buried in Osborne's radical
'easy' digital system as officials plan to scrap
old £100 fine. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3004893/2-000-fine-late-tax-return-hidden-penalties-George-Osborne-s-new-easy-digital-system.html
release. New help for local businesses : Councils
give support. http://www.centre-p.co.uk/SmallBusinessRatesRelief.pdf
getting mortgages 'a serious problem'.
release. Research and guidance. Small Business
Survey 2014: businesses with no employees. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/small-business-survey-2014-businesses-with-no-employees
to increase sales on the internet.
to create a work-life balance in your small
After you have made enough money to pay your
bills, naturally. Hopefully.
your money through multi-currency cards and
smartphone map shows users their favorite places.
am a volunteer for Community Initiatives and
we are looking to encourage students and parents
across the UK to recycle more. I would like
to suggest a few resources to add to your website
as I think they would benefit your visitors:
Britains obsession with ownership has
turned housing into a pyramid scheme. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/mar/19/britain-obsession-ownership-housing-pyramid-scheme
We - and plenty of other people - have
been saying that for years. The problem is,
the media, every bit as much as successive governments,
are so hooked into Britain's Ponzi housing market,
that this kind of reporting and warning almost
never gets an airing.
is the time for Britons to buy European property.
farm payment system abandoned after 'performance
Entirely par for the course and a grim warning
of what awaits the taxpayer as the Government
introduces digital accounting to replace self-assessment
than one million online frauds and crimes go
unreported: 85% of victims choose not to go
to police as swindles cost economy £12
The Government's digital dickhead initiative
plans to extend the number of online scams to
support the activities of its ministers, cronies
and American eBayers outside UK legal jurisdiction,
who all belong to its Big, Happy Entrepreneur
government announces corporate tax evasion clampdown.
One of the Chancellor's infamous budget 'jokes'.
In future, only corporate tax evasion deals
brokered by HMRC itself will be allowed (and
paying inheritance tax to almost double by 2020.
The Government's reward for citizens and businessfolk
who have already paid their taxes yet still
managed to leave behind a few bob. Factor in
minus 40% to help finance corporate luvvy deals,
state incompetence and bent politicians.
accused of allowing arms manufacturers to export
in secret. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/government-accused-of-allowing-arms-manufacturers-to-export-in-secret-10120718.html
'Allowing'? UK governments actively encourage
and support the country's (and America's) murder
industry. And I very much doubt that privately,
there has ever been an MP who has ever been
fooled. The only reason we have some squawking
about the country's war criminal status now
is that their evil hypocrisy has been receiving
much attention in world reporting. With the
exception of the Coalition of Evil's Israeli-owned,
terrorist and hate-preaching propaganda, of
course. Which has more pressing stories to deal
with such as Jeremy Clarkson, rather than their
assistance with the perpetual murder of defenceless
(ongoing) scandal of mobile phone
hotels worst in Europe for service. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/hotels/11483272/UK-hotels-worst-in-Europe-for-service.html
confusing website cost me £180 in bag
decrees new rooftops must be covered in plants
or solar panels. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/20/france-decrees-new-rooftops-must-be-covered-in-plants-or-solar-panels
Which has come about because the billions
spent by French governments on unsustainable,
often crooked, wind power projects which have
ruined some of the most beautiful locations
in Europe, have proved to be a total disaster.
But then again - waste on a prolific scale,
sponsored by Europe's taxpayers, is a French
'happiness' table. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3003459/Smile-happier-French-EU-table-happiness-rates-Britain-alongside-Germany-satisfaction-lives.html
Ways To Be A Happier Small Business Owner.
gadget library rents out sound booths, drones
and more. http://www.springwise.com/crowdsourced-gadget-library-rents-sound-booths-drones/
can now go solar
even if they dont
have a roof. http://www.springwise.com/renters-solar-roof/
Business Matters budget update: http://postman.cbmeg.co.uk/index.php?action=social&c=2df45244f09369e16ea3f9117ca45157.1316
how long would it take for George Osborne to
lose all your tax by ignoring tax dodging? http://www.georgelostmytax.com/seconds
market 'out of control'. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/05/housing-market-out-of-control/
2015: Government plan for 'smart cash machines'
threatens bank branches. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/budget/11481052/Budget-2015-Government-plan-for-smart-cash-machines-threatens-bank-branches.html
release: consumer behaviour survey. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/consumer-behaviour-survey
unemployment falls to 1.86 million. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31938368#
The unemployment rate, however, remains the
same. In other words, significant 'illegal'
immigration by ready-to-go self-employed entrepreneurs
who can't speak English, continues unabated.
Undeterred, the Chancellor has announced illegal
immigrant start-up loans for translation and
interpreter services to help them understand
The Apprentice, Dragons' Den and Jeremy Clarkson.
would make 2m Britons abroad illegal immigrants
Not to worry. Plenty of room for them back
in the UK 'where they belong' to become fully
The end of HMRC red tape and inefficiency? Annual
tax forms to be replaced by digital accounts.
As in 'HMRC' red tape. Not 'EU' red tape.
What now remains to be seen is if the Government
can achieve another 'first'. An official digital
system which works.
of mobile calls to other networks to fall.
ditching the banks. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/smes-ditching-the-banks/
in three retiring this year havent heard
of changes less than a month away.
timeshare gang smashed in Costa del Sol.
late payment. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/tackling-late-payment-2/
businesses can get free energy audits from competing
local students. http://www.springwise.com/small-businesses-free-energy-audits-competing-local-students/
smartphone tours from locals show remote sightseers
the world. http://www.springwise.com/live-smartphone-tours-locals-show-remote-sightseers-world/
Bank of England bulletin examines self-employment.
The Bank of England has published its bulletin
for Q1 of 2015, which examines the factors responsible
for the rise in self-employment. For example,
it has been suggested that self-employment has
arisen out of economic necessity and insecurity
in the labour market, where self-employment
represents an alternative to unemployment for
individuals who would prefer to be employed,
or a means of working additional hours for those
who are underemployed. An alternative explanation
gives more weight to long-term structural changes
in the labour market, such as an ageing workforce.
Property toolkit for small firms. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-toolkit-launched-to-help-businesses-exploit-their-intellectual-property
A new toolkit has been developed by the Intellectual
Property Office (IPO) to help small firms use
their intellectual property (IP) assets to obtain
finance for growth. The 'IP Finance' toolkit
covers topics such as documenting IP assets,
developing effective IP management strategies,
and using appropriate language when speaking
to lenders about IP value. The toolkit also
features details of finance options available
for firms with valuable IP. Minster for Intellectual
Property Baroness Neville-Rolfe, who launched
the toolkit, commented that: "It will assist
businesses which are rich in intangibles, but
lack traditional assets, to make a stronger
case when they need to access the finance they
need to grow." (EnterpriseQuest)
talking fridges to elephant poacher deterrents:
British start-ups to make £100bn from
'Internet of Everything'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/electronics/11475630/From-talking-fridges-to-elephant-poacher-deterrents-British-start-ups-to-make-100bn-from-Internet-of-Everything.html
rise of the energy-producing home. http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2015/mar/16/live-rise-energy-producing-home-architecture
practitioners to be more transparent about fees.
From October 2015, insolvency practitioners
in England and Wales will have to provide creditors
with up-front information about how their fees
and expenses are estimated and calculated. Practitioners
will not be able to charge an amount exceeding
their initial estimate without obtaining agreement
from the creditors making the claim. The changes
will only apply to administrations, creditors'
voluntary liquidation, compulsory liquidation
and bankruptcy. Business Minister Jo Swinson
said: "Initial fee estimates, which can
only be changed by agreement, will strengthen
the position of those owed money to ensure that
fees are fair and reasonable." (EnterpriseQuest)
Your Business -- And Your Life -- With Two Simple
jukebox adds customers favorite songs
to venues playlists automatically.
combines healthy lifestyle rewards and local
business offers. http://www.springwise.com/app-combines-healthy-lifestyle-rewards-local-business-offers
reinvents spreadsheets for the smartphone era.
Radical business rates review launched.
But as the reporting points out, the review
is expected to be 'neutral' or, just pre-election
window-dressing. With 16 High Street
shops a day closing, it could be said that the
Government's policy of fagging for big chains
and Big Corp is on course, so any amelioration
in business rates simply wouldn't fit in.
desert high street at faster rate in 2014.
secret database blacklisting borrowers.
of 'granlords' squeezing out first-time buyers.
Makes a change from millions of illegal immigrants
on the dole squeezing out first-time buyers
and pushing up house prices.
in junk mail since Royal Mail sell-off.
chair Grant Shapps held second job as a 'multimillion-dollar
web marketer' while also an MP. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/tory-chair-grant-shapps-held-second-job-as-a-multimilliondollar-web-marketer-while-also-an-mp-10109897.html
Errr. This isn't news.
Lewis top for broadband. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2996341/John-Lewis-broadband-Smaller-internet-providers-beat-bigger-rivals-customer-satisfaction-survey.html
in young mums launching home based start-ups
to beat childcare costs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/young-mums-surge-in-launching-home-based-start-ups-to-beat-childcare-costs/
Well, hardly a 'surge'. This has been a characteristic
of a significant number of home-based businesses
for decades although the present Government
and its cronies will be claiming they have discovered
the wheel before too long. The roots of the
Home Business Alliance itself stem from founder-member,
Theresita Heavens and her club for stay-at-homes
mums called The Nationwide Bureau of Home Businesses
- launched over twenty years ago.
British worker spends over half an hour working
during daily commute. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2996380/Hard-working-commuters-boost-economy-Survey-shows-average-British-workers-30-minutes-work-daily-journey.html
From what I see, there must be some confusion
between the term 'work' and mindlessly playing
games or scrolling through emails or selfies.
Still. Another negative for people working or
running a business from home. The daily commute
has now become an essential component of zero
hours employment contracts.
Blanc won't return to France until 'lazy 35-hour
week law' is lifted. http://www.express.co.uk/news/showbiz/564015/French-chef-Raymond-Blanc-will-not-return-lazy-law-ruin-France
There are plenty of people in France, especially
'artisans' like Raymond Blanc, who work way
longer than 35 hours a week. The country's real
problem with working hours are the trade unionists
and its 5 million parasite fonctionnaires who
don't do any work at all but fraudulently pretend
they do, just to draw their wages paid for from
tax revenues screwed out of a minority of grafters.
The real French 'black market', in other words.
Scottish tea served in The Balmoral.
gardening guide. http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/mar/15/indoor-gardening-guide-growing-vegetables-herbs-home
Pensions scam: over 600,000 retired workers
owed compensation. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/11471213/Pension-mis-selling-600000-retired-workers-owed-compensation.html
And the Government hasn't even started its
own pension scams yet.
a million more people claiming housing benefit
under coalition. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/mar/14/housing-benefit-coalition-people-claiming
That will be down to the significant decline
in the numbers of successful home businesses
under the present regime. (Sorry. Government.)
are organic farmers across Britain giving up?
Because Brits can't cook and everyone is
eating at Wetherspoons instead.
Community: Why do all these phone apps need
my personal information? http://nls.cnet.com/pageservices/viewOnlineNewsletter.sc?list_id=e497
So the Pentagon knows where to send its terminator
Your Online Sales with Effective Reputation
to open first UK drop in garage
to fix 200,000 SMEs web problems. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/google-to-open-first-uk-drop-in-garage-to-fix-smes-web-problems/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
Only recently, the Government's mandatory
Digital Dickhead initiative was whining there
were over 2 million UK SMEs without a web presence;
now, we've got another 200,000 SMEs with web
problems - and all of a sudden you are looking
at half the country's small businesses who would
and/or are, better off without the internet
at all. Perhaps that's why the country's politicians
who spend all their time communicating by Twatter
(1 share) and Arsebook (0 likes), aren't getting
any real-time grass roots support?
CAN-SPAM rules small business owners need to
Bernards will help to save attendees from low-battery
bracelet has infinite changeable designs.
cup embedded with seeds grows into native plants.
Africa, promising students are paid to become
remote software developers. http://www.springwise.com/africa-promising-students-paid-remote-software-developers/
project trains young people to improve their
local area. http://www.springwise.com/project-trains-communities-improve-area/
translations help apps to reach global audiences.
3D printer produces customers bespoke
cake designs. http://www.springwise.com/portable-3d-printer-produces-customers-bespoke-cake-designs/
Shock construction plunge. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11469242/Shock-construction-plunge-undermines-chance-of-UK-growth-bounce.html
Clearly not enough bungs going around.
to create 8,000 gas and oil jobs. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31862457#
This is to replace (supposedly) the jobs
lost as a direct result of fagging for the Americans
and the Saudis.
10 most sought-after apprenticeships in the
Plenty of scope here for the Government to
re-brand apprentices as 'entrepreneurs'.
'freedoms': don't book a cruise just yet.
'Throw your money into a doomed-to-fail home
500,000 pensioners will NOT be rushing into
forces councils to water down regulations on
private landlords. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/government-forces-councils-to-water-down-regulations-on-private-landlords-10105880.html
tax on Brits' second homes ruled illegal.
yoghurt cartel fined £136 million for
Read the article to find which yoghurt companies
aims to triple breakfast and coffee sales.
In the town which I most frequent in the UK,
there is a Wetherspoon but there also five,
family-run, home business cafes all of which
offer breakfasts the equal if not superior to
those offered by Wetherspoon, at prices which
are just as competitive. Locations are central,
parking is fine, decors are clean and tidy and
the staff are more than friendly. Yet Wetherspoon
alone will pull twice as much breakfast custom
as the five cafes combined. The same with a
couple of coffee shops versus a recent Costa,
which I find mediocre at best, especially the
in mind that most of this growing business has
to come from the unemployed (retired/older folk
don't habitually spend their money on eating
out and tend to be conspicuously absent), as
all the bums on seats I see certainly aren't
there during the course of a normal working
day, then I do wonder (again) just how much
truth there is to the Government's daily dose
of good news about the numbers of people in
still is the typical absence of support for
small, local businesses by modern, undiscerning
plebs whose usual topic of conversation is all
those immigrants taking away their jobs or living
off the dole.
Jobs boom as mothers set up their own businesses.
And how many of these '700,000' self-employed
'entrepreneurs' are even approaching the national
better off now than they have been for five
customers unaware of account switching.
million nuisance calls in a day from just one
release. Guidance. Cyber security: advice for
small businesses. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cyber-security-what-small-businesses-need-to-know
instant message fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/12/scamwatch-instant-message-fraud/
creates free space for ex-military personnel
to startup businesses. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/mod-creates-free-space-for-ex-milatary-personnel-to-startup-businesses/
& Digital UK exhibition. http://www.signuk.com/
British Government's sell-out of its country
to TTIP. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/what-is-ttip-and-six-reasons-why-the-answer-should-scare-you-9779688.html
2 million UK adults 'off the financial mains'.
pay £2 million a day in interest on loans
when they have enough savings to pay them off.
to help SMEs grab £193 billion of online
sales currently being missed. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/government-to-help-smes-grab-193bn-of-online-sales-currently-being-missed/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
As many as 2 million small businesses which
aren't online? It does make one wonder if questions
shouldn't be asked of the Government's Digital
Dickhead initiative. Especially as the UK is
already such an outstandingly successful entrepreneurial
house prices continuing to fall. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31839990#
broadband speeds: The ten fastest and slowest
streets revealed. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/uk-broadband-speeds-the-ten-fastest-and-slowest-streets-revealed-10100757.html
hit by online service faults. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-31840547#
fruit and veg really are healthier and tastier.
What would this century do without its scientists?
(Not so much opportunity for dumbwalking in
supermarket aisles, though.)
UK economic recovery may be bypassing
retail sector - says KPMG. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31812849#
So which 'sector' has been enjoying
the UK economic 'recovery'? The criminal banks?
Funded by the taxpayer. Or the subsidised murder
industry, which, like its American counterparts,
has been doing very nicely out of the Ukraine,
Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Libya, Saudi Arabia,
ad infinitum? A few landowners and property
developers? Bent politicians? Anyone else?
shamed as small business scheme hands out only
£3.5M from £30M budget.
Too busy writing propaganda releases about
the country's 'entrepreneurial' successes, no
& O2 back five-year plan to give digital
CPR to UK dying high streets. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/a-digital-remedy-to-give-cpr-to-the-failing-high-street-proposed-for-2020/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
That's very 'charitable' of Google and O2
who of course, stand to gain nothing whatsoever
from this initiative after having been major
contributors to the root cause of the High Street's
'internet' problems in the first place. (If
you believe everything you read.) All we need
next is for someone to tackle business rates,
increased footfall, customers with shekels to
spend and shoplifting.
firms treated un fairly by bank compensation
scheme, claim MPs. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31825743#
They're really on the ball these MPs, eh?
So what are they going to do about it? Nothing.
Parliament backs cap on card processing fees.
The last 'cap' the European Parliament backed
was extortionate mobile roaming fees. Before
backtracking just a few days ago. Same old story
payday lenders still failing borrowers, says
warns of access to justice impact
of court fee increases on SMEs. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/solicitor-warns-of-access-to-justice-impact-of-court-fee-increases-on-smes/?utm_source=Business+Matters+Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily+News+update&utm_content=info%40homebusiness.org.uk
soon able to accept cashless payments. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/buskers-soon-able-to-accept-cashless-payments-10099213.html
All the better for HMRC to track them with.
to get cash back if a train is two minutes late.
That's a good bit of pre-election propaganda.
Guaranteed to bring public services to a standstill
London Enterprise Festival. http://www.londonenterprisefestival.com/
cultivated truffle found on British soil.
Toolkit launched to help high streets. http://thegreatbritishhighstreet.co.uk/kickstart
A new online toolkit to help retailers, local
authorities and local communities to revitalise
their high streets has been launched by the
Department for Communities and Local Government
(DCLG). The Kick Start Your High Street Action
Pack features a range of simple, concise guides
and videos, with ideas on taking the first steps
to help a high street thrive. The toolkit also
features a jargon-busting guide to help users
understand terminology relating to high-street
planning and provides guidance for local authorities
about running high-street workshops. (EnterpriseQuest)
of credit unions doubles. http://www.thenews.coop/93916/news/co-operatives/credit-unions-see-a-ten-year-doubling-in-size/
Credit union membership in Great Britain has
more than doubled over the last ten years, Bank
of England figures have revealed. Almost 1.2
million people were members of a credit union
in September 2014, compared to around 560,000
in September 2004. The value of loans has increased
from just over £310 million to almost
£690 million during the same period. More
than £1 billion worth of savings were
held in credit unions by September 2014, an
increase from around £380 million in 2004.
on online review websites. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/online-reviews-and-endorsements
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)
is seeking views about online review websites,
such as TripAdvisor, Checkatrade.com and Rated
People, particularly in the context of home
repairs, maintenance and improvement, hotels
and holidays, and beauty and grooming products.
It is also asking for opinions about the endorsement
of products and services on blogs. The CMA are
seeking views from bloggers, firms that have
been reviewed and consumers who use online reviews.
The consultation closes on 25th March 2015.
Business Grants to double from April. http://www.childcarebusinessgrants.dcms.gov.uk
New childcare firms in England will benefit
from doubled Childcare Business Grants from
April 2015, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan
has announced. Grants for nurseries, out-of-school
clubs and childcare for disabled children will
rise from £500 to £1,000, while
grants for childminders will rise from £250
to £500. The grant scheme will also be
extended to include existing childcare firms
which have been trading for less than a year.
Previously, only start ups which planned to
begin trading within six months were eligible.
The announcement follows criticism from sector
representatives about the grants providing too
little funding to encourage new start ups. (EnterpriseQuest)
release. Research and analysis. Self-employed
workers: comparison by length of time in employment.
furniture is made from Meccano pieces. http://www.springwise.com/reconfigurable-furniture-meccano-pieces/
discovery and investment app rewards discerning
head protection slots into any hat. http://www.springwise.com/flat-pack-head-protection-slots-hat/
charity converts smartphone screens into free
ad space. http://www.springwise.com/humanitarian-charity-convert-smartphone-screens-free-ad-space
bags are made from eel skin and salmon leather.
platform offers free tech support via smartphones.
money online with a blog. http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/businessideas/fl/Make-Money-Online-with-a-Blog.htm?utm_campaign=list_entrepreneurs&utm_content=20150309&utm_medium=email&utm_source=exp_nl
UK business costs fall for first time in six
uncertainty drives down UK Growth expectations.
Watts: NI start-up firms 'bypassing banks' says
leading entrepreneur. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-31771054#
meters energy saving project at risk, say MPs.
is my device losing wi-fi signal? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/advice/11454747/Why-is-my-device-losing-Wi-Fi-signal.html
businessmen are winning amateur races on EPO.
'Amateurs' have been using performance-enhancing
drugs in sport for thousands of years. It seems
only the world's media has resisted admitting
that fact. Especially with those sports which
sustain a large number of hacks, governing bodies
and the increasing proliferation of 'jobs for
the boys' cover-up doping agencies. In the meantime,
suplying 'performance products' remains, as
always, a nice little earner for quite a few
Yard chief recommends cctv for every home.
This will allow the police more time to concentrate
on their filming duties, snouting for tabloid
rags and fetching and carrying for the Pentagon
and US Big Corp. Meanwhile, don't forget
that running a business from home is your cheap
option if you want to be a British entrepreneur.
So they say. (But don't forget to dial into
your budget the next set of proposals which
are still to be made public: a Neighbourhood
Watch uniform including hobnail boots and a
sharpened belt buckle; a taser; a lead cosh
made from materials 're-cycled' from the neighbour's
roof; a sawn-off shotgun; a pack of rubber bullets;
half a scaffold plank for waterboarding hoodies
in your blow-up hot tub; and a subscription
out of five British cider makers will be pressed
by new European Commission tax threat that could
put them out of business. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2985440/Four-five-British-cider-makers-pressed-new-European-Commission-tax-threat-business.html
this mean that in future, cider will be sourced,
like performance-enhancing drugs, on the internet
and down at the local fitness centre?
Countries with best property profits. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/mortgages/11451313/European-countries-where-homeowners-have-profited-most-from-their-property.html
cash on the way out? http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/mar/08/mobile-cards-google-is-this-end-cash
Yes, because that is what governments and
the banks want. All part of the organised collapse
of free society, of marching hashtag hypocrites
and zombie Charlies, clamouring as one sheep
to live as corporate fodder in Big Brother's
Brave New World.
smart energy meter initiative threatens to be
'costly failure,' claim MPs. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/governments-smart-energy-meter-initiative-threatens-to-be-costly-failure-claim-mps-10093737.html
Everything this Government's Hand of Faecus
has touched has been 'a costly failure'. Which
is what 'fagging' is all about, of course.
elderly Britons under fire. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/06/scamwatch-elderly-britons-under-fire/
tourist locations cashing in on Britain's film
and tv fame. http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2015/mar/08/locations-cashing-in-britain-film-tv-fame
dog ate your address. The mark of a British
government proposes hiring tourists to help
uncover tax dodging businesses by carrying hidden
Or why not simply have taxmen posing as tourists,
which is what Britain's corporate gofers, HMRC,
prefer to do?
can I convert an Excel spreadsheet into a pdf
food: the next big thing? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/11445191/Balkan-food-the-next-big-thing.html
London: the finest steak and chips joint in
the land. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/restaurants/11450191/Rowleys-London-restaurant-review.html
Pension changes to be open season for fraudsters.
arrested in cybercrime 'strike' week. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-31753934#
chaos for thousands of people moving home.
billed me £86 for marketing calls I didnt
will £15 buy you in Parliament restaurants?
Half a bent government.
trade deal with U.S. will open the door to inferior
food pumped with growth hormones and pesticides
warns Jamie Oliver. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2983108/New-trade-deal-U-S-open-door-inferior-food-pumped-growth-hormones-pesticides-warns-Jamie-Oliver.html
Yup. Now that's what I'm talking about. (Although
as far as food goes, we've been getting that
for a few decades already. Much of it promoted
by celebrity chefs.) What Yank cockroach corporations
are hoping for is an enlarged, EU marketplace
buying their crap from them - which includes
everything from 'weapons of mass destruction'
to public services. With recent additions to
the fold such as the puppet Ukraine government,
already bankrolled by the IMF to buy everything
it doesn't need - as long as it's Made in the
USA. (Crippling rates of interest and economic
to lure Poles back home. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/11454795/Campaign-to-lure-Poles-back-home-amid-fears-of-brain-drain-to-Britain.html
Amazon picked £79 out of your pocket?
can be sued in France. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/11453537/Facebook-can-be-sued-if-it-tries-to-censor-content-says-French-court.html
Or, for non-charlies, they can simpy avoid
using Facebook altogether and get on with some
work to help the country out of its economic
lets women break book industry's glass ceiling,
survey finds. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/mar/06/self-publishing-lets-women-break-book-industrys-glass-ceiling-survey-finds
Rip-off charges on pension 'bank accounts'.
of UK adults wasting £3,000 a year.
2 million unsafe items seized at UK borders
in 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/mar/06/unsafe-items-seized-at-uk-borders
are using threats to stop negative client reviews.
big fresh food con. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/the-big-fresh-food-con-alarming-truth-behind-the-chocolate-muffin-that-wont-decay-10089292.html
ticket websites promise greater transparency.
enables any small business to take appointments
ultimate personal assistant. http://www.springwise.com/text-service-everyones-demand-personal-assistant
retrofits any whiteboard with smart capabilities.
keychain brings online cookie functionalities
to the mall. http://www.springwise.com/digital-keychain-brings-online-cookie-functionalities-mall/
brand turns old couches into custom running
Finland, decorative solar panels work indoors.
shipping container acts as a portable makerspace.
Eurozone economy picks up speed as retail sales
delays end to mobile phone roaming charges.
Now there's a surprise!
networks face investigation over 'too high'
costs to consumers. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/11450387/Energy-networks-face-investigation-over-too-high-costs-to-consumers.html
and heating engineers 'should sound alarm on
freezing homes'. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/mar/05/plumbers-and-heating-engineers-should-sound-alarm-on-freezing-homes
And what difference is that going to make?
Assuming that someone freezing in their home
can afford a heating engineer? (Or plumber.)
deals with tradesmen on your phone. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2980136/Record-deals-tradesmen-phone-including-hairdresser-Minister-says-evidence-ensure-stick-word-carrying-work.html
Once again, what difference is that going
users can now skip long lines at passport control.
And I'm quite sure our Government is already
clamouring for this latest piece of American
of fake law firms double, says SRA. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31730530#
scheme needs replacement before it ends, warn
mortgage lenders. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/mar/05/help-to-buy-scheme-needs-replacement-mortgage-guarantee-first-time-buyers
It sounds as if the housing markets' parasites,
constantly pushing up prices, are getting worried.
rules to clean up ticket websites.
we sell our home to our son free of tax?
The learnt cognitive skills driving entrepreneur
UK construction growth accelerates. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31708778#
attack' leaves millions of Apple and Google
users vulnerable to hackers. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/mar/04/freak-attack-leaves-millions-of-apple-and-google-users-vulnerable-to-hackers
the London property boom is built on dirty money.
rapped by ASA for 'misleading' Prime offer.
accused of Ponzi fraud. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/03/ex-footballer-michael-mcindoe-accused-of-ponzi-fraud/
Den reject makes millions. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2977376/Father-rejected-Dragons-Den-proves-wrong-making-millions-selling-date-food-thrifty-mums.html
I started a successful business in my 50s.
partnerships worth £150 million. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/03/uk-china-partnerships-worth-150m/
are the best countries in the world to grow
old in? http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/mar/03/which-best-countries-grow-old-in-pensions-benefits-happiness
release. Research and analysis. Entrepreneurship:
understanding the motivations. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/entrepreneurship-understanding-the-motivations
release. Consultation outcome. Street trading
and pedlary laws: draft regulations. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/street-trading-and-pedlary-laws-a-joint-consultation-on-draft-regulations-to-repeal-the-pedlars-acts-uk-wide-and-make-changes-to-the-street-trading-legislation-in-england-wales-and-northern-ireland
Decline of the stay-at-home mum. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2976536/Decline-stay-home-mother-Just-one-woman-ten-time-mum.html
Somewhat consistent with the accelerating
decline in the numbers of home businesses under
the present government, we would say.
inquiry into business support. http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-
An inquiry into government support for business
by the Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)
Select Committee has outlined a number of factors
that impact on the effectiveness of support.
The factors include the complex nature of the
support landscape and the long-term stability
of individual support schemes. The inquiry concluded
that government should have a clearer understanding
about scheme outcomes and undertake regular
analysis to ensure support schemes are addressing
the needs of individual firms. The inquiry also
recommended that government should encourage
Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to secure
funding from alternative sources and to monitor
Growth Hubs to ensure they are meeting business
needs in their local area. (EnterpriseQuest)
Government and cronies, small business 'success'
good, additional and current reading on the
subject here: http://www.cobwebinfo.com/the-myth-about-business-schools-and-business-start-ups/
and here: http://www.cobwebinfo.com/the-misunderstood-and-misrepresented-needs-of-the-self-employed/
with late payment of invoices getting
over the awkwardness. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/finance/dealing-with-late-payment-of-invoices-getting-over-the-awkwardness/
being an entrepreneur is easy? Most work 60
Hour weeks to go alone. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/think-entrepreneur-easy-work-60-hour-weeks-go-alone/
to bounce back from failure. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/how-to-bounce-back-from-failure/
helps bosses remember names, birthdays and favorite
bikes come in the color of the riders
for seniors offers discreet protection.
What's wrong with a shotgun?
UK house prices fall in February. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31690194#
DIY approach to securing a new house. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/families-clubbing-together-to-build-their-own-affordable-accommodation-10078962.html
buy a house? Build your own. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2974560/Tory-plan-tackle-historic-slump-home-ownership.html
Secretary Vince Cable warns interest rate rises
could hit Londoners. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/business-secretary-vince-cable-warns-interest-rate-rises-could-hit-londoners-10079061.html
thieves raid TalkTalk customers' bank accounts.
online scams to watch out for. http://money.aol.co.uk/2015/03/01/dangerous-scams-to-watch-out-for/
decline of Britain's super-brands. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2974838/Decline-Britain-s-superbrands-Shoppers-falling-love-M-S-Cadbury-Heinz-drop-list-20-popular.html
to launch furniture range to charge devices
place to live in Britain's countryside.
easy ways to improve your efficiency. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/advice/3-easy-ways-to-improve-your-efficiency/
to drop Dropbox: why businesses need to abandon
consumer cloud services. http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/columns/opinion/time-to-drop-dropbox-why-businesses-need-to-abandon-consumer-cloud-services/
Businesses never took to cloud.
Why you WILL have to sell your home to pay for
get paid £3,706 a year to heat my home
here's how'. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/energy-bills/11433858/I-get-paid-3706-a-year-to-heat-my-home-heres-how.html
unlimited pension lump sums can be ploughed
into your dream business. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/pensions/11439131/Now-unlimited-pension-lump-sums-can-be-ploughed-into-your-dream-business.html
face delays in accessing retirement funds because
pension firms are 'not ready' for reforms.
to continue relaxed rules on planning permission
for home extensions. http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/property/561116/Government-continue-relaxed-rules-planning-permission-home-extensions
rent - an entire village for just £500
a day. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/for-rent-entire-village-in-hungary-for-just-500-a-day--with-everything-included-says-the-mayor-10077284.html
I'd have thought this was ripe for picking
by a Government crony 'home business consortium'
as Eastern Europe is THE hotbed for self-employment
(and no, it certainly isn't Engerlandt, no matter
what claims are made in party political propaganda.)
centres replaced by WhatsApp customer support.
the job of travel writer over-rated? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/11440013/Is-the-job-of-travel-writer-overrated.html
for Choosing and Purchasing a Domain Name for
Your Online Business. http://onlinebusiness.about.com/od/webhosting/fl/Tips-for-Choosing-and-Purchasing-a-Domain-Name-for-Your-Online-Business.htm?utm_campaign=list_onlinebusiness&utm_content=20150301&utm_medium=email&utm_source=exp_nl
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