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Five tips for a fabulous frugal Christmas

The average Briton will spend £868 on Christmas this year, but in these credit crunch times who can really afford to splash out so much cash on one day of the year? 429 more words

Bayford Foundation

Black Friday?

What on earth is happened on Friday?

I had to nip up town to the bank and, as you might have seen for yourself, every shop window, bus shelter and ad space presented with us with an overwhelming array of ‘Black Friday’ offers and discounts, all urging us buy immediately as these goodies were limited to ‘today only’ or ‘while stocks last.’ 371 more words

Business Blogs

Assignment 1 - Theme and Meaning

After a lot of research into abandoned buildings around me and photographers on the subject and places to photograph, I have decided to go back to my theme of abandonment and plan to photograph places that are poorly looked after and are pushed away by society. 371 more words

150MC - Developing And Understanding Photographic Practice

The Freddo Crisis

For almost 8 years the Freddo Bar made by Cadbury in the UK, has been a cultural touchstone for generation “90s kid”. A way for the internet generation to vent its anger, in a satirical fashion, at the financial crisis they found themselves plunged into during the summer of 2007. 714 more words


The Malignity of Capital Gains

By George P. Brockway, originally published September 21, 1992

THE RECURRING wrangle over the fairness or unfairness of capital gains taxation, while certainly not irrelevant, has distracted attention from the malign effects on the economy of the search for… 1,635 more words

The Dismal Science


This is the Lord’s doing, and it is wonderful to see.  This is the day the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. 466 more words


Day 7 and Beyond – A ‘Week Without’ Completed!

There can be no doubt that hunger and deprivation sharpen the taste buds; not that I consider for one minute that this short experiment can be compared to the very real hunger that exists in our world, and even in our own country. 907 more words