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South East Asia: Can The UK Catch Up? by Colin Cram

Every time I visit South East Asia, I get a feeling of excitement. It is entrepreneurial and invigorating and poses an increasing economic threat to the more moribund economies of the ‘developed’ West. 594 more words

Editor Commentary

So whats this all about?

First let me tell you how this all came about. I held the position of Head of business development for a small firm in the contractor industry. 85 more words

Advice

Bicester. Dementia friendly garden city

It just jumps up and gets you.

You don’t expect it.

Everything is going well.

Then, where is it, what is it?

I’ve written about road systems before. 422 more words

Why is training so important?

Many companies underestimate the power of training and development within a company. The most common excuses I hear are; “we cannot afford to put our employees through training courses” or “we train them ourselves” after looking at the current training models of these companies, it became apparent that they were not getting the most from their employees. 97 more words

Advice

The tale of Elizabeth Smith (and her second husband's first wife's first husband), 1766

Sometimes, when trawling through historical records, a researcher comes across personal stories that seem destined for Hollywood. Take this dramatic tale of romance triumphing against all the odds, featuring sexually-charged teenage servants, illegimate pregnancy, forced separation, triple bigamy, a few deaths, and a… 316 more words

Marriage

Bicester to become enormous brothel

Residents of the market town of Bicester are said to be divided over news that it is to be expanded by up to 100%  before being turned into a giant brothel servicing the needs of shifty looking men throughout the home counties. 227 more words

Satire