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Neighbourly help

Sometimes we need someone to help us for a while, for an hour, day or two. We need help for a one – time action – e.g. 98 more words



Don’t bother Yourself with understanding title of post. It is a Polish language joke on the topic described below:

With my fiance we go sometimes into discussion with our friends (won’t name them as he is a serious journalist). 130 more words



OK – one I just got going to the office today. Considering all electronic stuff we have these days – why don’t we develop electronic flipchart? 171 more words


Austerity - myth or reality

Just read an article by Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union, that has prompted this quick response – would like to have done it through twitter but I need more than 140ch to get it off my chest. 1,339 more words


Population and house prices - is there a link Sherlock?

According to The Office for National Statistics estimated there were 64.1 million people in the UK in June 2013, a rise of 0.63% on the previous year. 938 more words


Disruptive Innovation Is Challenging The Old European Banking Model

Disruptive Innovation Is Challenging The Old European Banking Model

These days, ensuring your old fashioned bank is well capitalized enough to deal with more realistic, but still moderate stress tests is a major priority. 174 more words


Are teachers right to feel undervalued ?

Two-thirds of teachers feel undervalued, says OECD study as reported http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27985795.

It’s a fair point. They get up every day ready to be in school between 8 & 9 am, apart from the 13 plus weeks of the year when it’s the school holidays, obviously. 1,074 more words